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Plot Data

The "first" step to look at your data is to plot parameters against each other. This is an easy way to identify trends, find outliers and identify low quality measurements.

View Plots

  1. Just select the Plot View from the right menu underneath the Project name.
  2. Select the type of plot and adjust the Settings.
  3. Enter a plot title if you don't like the auto-suggestion.
  4. Click on Plot to close the dialog and show the plot.

Scatter - Plots

  1. You have a couple options for scatter plots.
  2. Pick the Parameters for both axis.

Note: Only Markers allows you to select the Marker Size and Marker Color based on Parameters.

Tip: Adding Marker Size and / or Color will help to emphasize differences and trends, as well as show relationships between Parameters.

Average - Plots

  1. There are three types of average plots (Bar charts).
  2. If needed you can display the standard deviation or error as well.
  3. Pick the Parameter you would like to average
  4. You can group the averages by a Category. Currently only the project questions are available as categories.

Histogram - Plots

  1. There is only one type of histogram (Area Chart).
  2. Pick the Parameter from the dropdown menu that you would like to explore.
  3. The number of bins is calculated automatically for the minimum and maximum and number of values. The bins are the same for every series.

Navigation

  • Zoom in: by drawing a rectangle while holding down the left mouse button.
  • Zoom out: do a left double click or click on .

Save a Plot

  1. Select Save from above the plot and save the Plot as an image (.png) or the data (.csv or .txt).

Linear Regression

  1. Select Analysis from above the plot to fit different linear regressions to your plot (only for scatter plots).
  2. There will be one regression line per series.
  3. Click on and select activity log to bring up the activity log showing the associated equations.

Measurement Details

  1. Click on a marker of a Scatter Plot to view the measurement details.

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