Publication date: 08/13/2020

Pop-Up Menu

Right-click the mosaic plot to change colors and label the cells.

Set Colors

Shows the current assignment of colors to levels. See Set Colors.

Cell Labeling

Specify a label to be drawn in the mosaic plot. Select one of the following options:

Unlabeled

Shows no labels, and removes any of the other options.

Show Counts

Shows the number of observations in each cell.

Show Percents

Shows the percent of observations in each cell.

Show Labels

Shows the levels of the Y variable corresponding to each cell.

Show Row Labels

Shows the row labels for all of the rows represented by the cell.

Note: For descriptions of the remainder of the right-click options, see JMP Reports in Using JMP.

Set Colors

When you select the Set Colors option, the Select Colors for Values window appears.

Figure 7.6 Select Colors for Values Window 

The default mosaic colors depend on whether the response column is ordinal or nominal, and whether there is an existing Value Colors column property. To change the color for any level, click the oval in the second column of colors and select a new color.

Description of the Select Colors for Values Window

Macros

Computes a color gradient between any two levels, as follows:

The Gradient Between Ends option applies a gradient to all levels of the variable.

If you select a range of levels, the Gradient Between Selected Points option applies a color gradient to the levels that you have selected. You can select a range of levels by dragging the pointer over the levels that you want to select, or by pressing the Shift key and clicking the first and last level.

Flip the color order by selecting Reverse Colors.

Undo any of your changes by selecting Revert to Old Colors.

Color Theme

Changes the colors for each value based on a color theme.

Save Colors to Column

If you select this check box, a new column property (Value Colors) is added to the column in the associated data table. To edit this property from the data table, select Cols > Column Info.

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