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    Re: Normality




    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz3 View Post
    Thanks I will do that, but how do I get different symbols or colors?
    I would search the documentation on your software to see how to apply a plotting or grouping variable to a scatter plot. It really depends on the program you're using.

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    Re: Normality

    Quote Originally Posted by ondansetron View Post
    I would search the documentation on your software to see how to apply a plotting or grouping variable to a scatter plot. It really depends on the program you're using.
    Not sure if I did it correctly.... I am using STATA at the moment.
    I managed to change the color of only one of my categorical variable, cant seem to select more (if that makes sense?), but then I tried with another categorical variable and the colored dots were exactly the same
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    Re: Normality

    I don't think your output is right. What ondansetron was looking for was just a scatterplot like you were doing before, but to have signs for each of your categorical variables. So if you had sex in the model, all of the females would be one color or shape and the males would be a different color or shape. It seems like you got close with your code, though it appears you have two values for each observation in the figure.
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    Re: Normality


    I can't seem to find the option to plot multiple variables in a scatter plot by color

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