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Basic Analysis > Oneway Analysis > The Oneway Plot
Publication date: 11/10/2021

The Oneway Plot

The Oneway plot shows the response points for each X factor value. You can compare the distribution of the response across the levels of the X factor. The distinct values of X are sometimes called levels. If a Block variable is specified in the launch window, the values of the Y variable in the Oneway plot are centered by the Block variable.

Replace variables in the plot in one of two ways: swap existing variables by dragging and dropping a variable from one axis to the other axis; or, click a variable in the Columns panel of the associated data table and drag it onto an axis.

You can add reports, additional plots, and tests to the report window using the options in the red triangle menu for Oneway Analysis. See Oneway Platform Options.

To produce the plot shown in Figure 6.5, follow the instructions in Example of Oneway Analysis.

Figure 6.5 The Oneway PlotĀ 

The Oneway Plot

Note: Any rows that are excluded in the data table are also hidden in the Oneway plot.

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