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Re: Scatterplot
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John Darrington |
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Re: Scatterplot |
Date: |
Tue, 21 Jul 2009 08:45:38 +0000 |
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Your original question was about fitting a curve, rather than
plotting one.
Plotting an arbitrary curve would require the GGRAPH command
which we don't currently implement.
J'
On Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 05:01:26PM -0700, David Nasatir wrote:
> Thanks, Jason.
>
> Using the syntax below, I do, indeed, obtain the desired statistics and
> the variables PRED and RESID are created. Now, how do I get the
> scatterplot using PRED and RES without leaving PSPP?
>
> Thanks again,
>
> David
>
>
> Jason Stover wrote:
>> With the REGRESSION procedure, the syntax would be something
>> like this:
>>
>> REGRESSION
>> /VARIABLES= educ
>> /DEPENDENT= happy
>> /STATISTICS=COEFF R ANOVA
>> /SAVE= PRED RESID.
>>
>> You can then make scatterplots using residuals and predicted values.
>>
>> On Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 09:42:48AM -0700, David Nasatir wrote:
>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I'm the guy trying to fit a line to a scatterplot in PSPP.
>>>
>>> John Darrington suggested it might be done using the REGRESSION
>>> procedure with "...a bit more manual work".
>>>
>>> What would that work be? What steps should I follow?
>>>
>>> I understand that the syntax in SPSS would be something like:
>>>
>>> * Curve Estimation.
>>> TSET NEWVAR=NONE .
>>> PREDICT THRU END.
>>> CURVEFIT /VARIABLES=happy WITH educ
>>> /CONSTANT
>>> /MODEL=LINEAR
>>> /PLOT FIT.
>>>
>>> but, of course, that doesn't work in the version of PSPPIRE 0.7.2
>>> that I have been using
>>>
>>> At the moment I must move the data to Open Office Calc, do the
>>> regression using that program and then insert a line. I would rather
>>> just stay in PSPPIRE 0.7.2 if possible.
>>>
>>> Thanks for your help and for all the good work you have been doing
>>>
>>> David
>>>
>>>
>>> John Darrington wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 08:37:54PM -0300, michel wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> A Windows user is asking me if there is some way to fit a curve to a
>>>>
>>>> scatterplot on PSPP. I don't think it is possible
>>>>
>>>> so far, but I don't know for sure.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Is there some way to do this?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Not exactly. The procedure would be CURVEFIT, which we don't currently
>>>> implement.
>>>>
>>>> But the job could be done with the REGRESSION procedure - the user just
>>>> has to do a bit more manual work.
>>>>
>>>> J'
>>>>
>>>>
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- Scatterplot, michel, 2009/07/19
- Re: Scatterplot, John Darrington, 2009/07/20
- Re: Scatterplot, David Nasatir, 2009/07/20
- Re: Scatterplot, Jason Stover, 2009/07/20
- Re: Scatterplot, David Nasatir, 2009/07/20
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- Re: Scatterplot, David Nasatir, 2009/07/21
- Re: Scatterplot, John Darrington, 2009/07/22
- Re: Scatterplot, michel, 2009/07/20
- Re: Scatterplot, David Nasatir, 2009/07/21