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Date:         Fri, 12 Mar 2010 13:07:14 -0500
Reply-To:     howard schuman <hschuman@umich.edu>
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From:         howard schuman <hschuman@umich.edu>
Subject:      chart making
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Does anyone have recommendations for creating line graphs other than by SPSS or Excel? Two desirable qualities are ease of use and flexibility of output. For example, I need to create charts from spss cross-tab data that allow several (e.g., as many as 5) easily distinguishable lines, with the categories shown below the chart *and* several rows of Ns (i.e., one row of base Ns for each line in the chart). hs

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