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Waterfall Plot
Waterfall charts show how the value of a variable increases or decreases until it reaches a final value. In the chart, bars represent an initial value of Y and a series of intermediate values identified by X leading to a final value of Y.
The plot below shows the change in hemoglobin levels in individual patients after treatment with either Nicardipine or a placebo. Decreasing values are plotted to the left of the baseline value; increasing values are plotted to the right.
To select multiple subjects, hold down Ctrl while left-clicking.