## Solved – Does it make sense to add error bars in a bar chart of frequencies

Assume a survey plot that shows a histogram of percentages of respondent's answers, like the following which shows "Percentages of respondents' answers for five tornado warning behaviors across six lead time and daylight scenarios": Do error bars make any sense for a plot like that? As far as I know, error bars are useful only … Read more

## Solved – Problems plotting GLM data of binomial proportional data

This might be a question for the programmers, but I thought I would ask here first. Im comparing browsing pressure on plants between sites. Ive a value to indicate Browsing Pressure and count data of trees that have been damaged between locations. Ive been using Crawleys R example (page 574) regarding sex ratios and my … Read more

## Solved – Why jitter continuous value in a scatterplot

I'm using Orange Canvas and I generated a scatter plot. I have the possibility to jitter continuous variables but I really don't know why would I do that. What's the idea behind jittering? Best Answer This post explains it well. Often when you have a lot of overlapping points it can be hard to get … Read more

## Solved – How to view large time series data interactively

I often deal with reasonable sized amount of time series data, 50-200 million doubles with associated time stamps and would like to visualize them dynamically. Is there existing software to do this effectively? How about libraries and data formats? Zoom-cache is one example of library focusing on large time series. In Zoom-cache the data is … Read more

## Solved – Outliers for boxplot

If I have a set of data and I want to display it as a boxplot, when there are some outliers in the boxplot, we indicate outliers with a *. If there are two outliers having the same value, how to put that in the boxplot? Is it still *? Best Answer I'll use R … Read more

## Solved – Standard deviation visualization for different time series

I want to visualize the following data in the more concise way possible (only 1 figure of possible!) I have the following averaged and std (grey shaded) profiles, which come from 20 different experiments. I can generate different profiles for different values of N = {1,10,100,1000,…} (The first figure is an example for N=100, the … Read more

## Solved – Standard deviation visualization for different time series

I want to visualize the following data in the more concise way possible (only 1 figure of possible!) I have the following averaged and std (grey shaded) profiles, which come from 20 different experiments. I can generate different profiles for different values of N = {1,10,100,1000,…} (The first figure is an example for N=100, the … Read more

## Solved – Drawing Chernoff graph in R with only four face features

Locked. This question and its answers are locked because the question is off-topic but has historical significance. It is not currently accepting new answers or interactions. I have used aplpack package faces() method in R for drawing a Chernoff graph of the following data. I would like to draw a face with only four variables … Read more

## Solved – Plot only OOB Error from RandomForest

I am using random Forest in R and only want to Plot the OOB Error. When I do plot(myModel, log = "y") I get a diagram where each of my class is a line. On the x-axis are the ntree while on the x-Axis there is the Error rate. When I try plot(myModel\$err.rate, log = … Read more

## Solved – Plot only OOB Error from RandomForest

I am using random Forest in R and only want to Plot the OOB Error. When I do plot(myModel, log = "y") I get a diagram where each of my class is a line. On the x-axis are the ntree while on the x-Axis there is the Error rate. When I try plot(myModel\$err.rate, log = … Read more