Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 16:57:10 -0300
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From: Hector Maletta <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Clustered boxplots produce one less data level than expected
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Are you sure you have valid cases in the omitted level? I see no obvious
reasons why one of the five levels should be omitted.
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> On Behalf Of Stephen Arthur
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> Subject: Clustered boxplots produce one less data level than expected
> I am submitting the following SPSS EXAMINE statement:
> EXAMINE VARIABLES=num1 BY fac1 BY fac2
> to produce clustered boxplots.
> fac1 has 5 data levels and fac2 has 4 data levels. num1 is scalar.
> When the boxplot is produced (even when I reverse fac1 and
> fac2), one of the fac1 data levels is not produced on the output.
> Is the 5th level really not produced or can I access it
> somehow through the chart interface?
> Please advise,