Date: Fri, 16 May 1997 15:16:06 +0200
Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Maurice Vergeer <m.vergeer@PED.KUN.NL>
Organization: University of Nijmegen
Subject: plots and/or alscal
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I have some difficulty in getting clearly interpretable plots from
alscal (MDS) in SPSS 7.5. The problem is that a three dimensional MDS
produces one 3-d plot. Interpretation of this plot is difficult.
In Alscal it is not possible to produce three 2-dimensional plots.
However, this can be resolved by saving the stimulus configuration into
a system file, read it and use the procedure PLOT. Then, I can produce
three 2-dimensional plots. However, then another problem occurs because
the legend of the plot only displays 12 point while the plot itself has
30 point. So, 12 points I can't identify. Or I should look at the
In SPSS 6.1 you could SET HIGHRES=OFF. It works, but not anymore in SPSS
My question is: how can I get PLOT to produce the entire legend, or how
can I get the variable identification in the plot itself?
University of Nijmegen