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Graph Tips

Graphing data from multiple datasets

The GGRAPH command is one of the few commands that can read data from a non-active dataset. This allows you to create charts where you overlay data from multiple datasets.

For instructions, visit the Graphing data from multiple datasets page on developer.ibm.com site.

 

Removing the Histogram Summary frame

When you create a histogram in SPSS Statistics, the Histogram Summary frame is automatically added to the right-side of the chart. This frame contains the mean, standard deviation, and number of cases (N). histogramSummaryFrame If you don’t want this frame you can edit the chart and delete it, but it can be tricky to select just the right thing in order to delete this frame.

For instructions, visit the Removing the Histogram Summary frame page on developer.ibm.com site.

Adding percentiles and labels to high-low-close chart

When you are using Chart Builder to graph a High-Low-Close chart, it is actually giving you a High-Low-Mean chart by default. This post will explain how to add percentiles to the chart, along with adding labels and customizing the labels.

For instructions, visit the Adding percentiles and labels to high-low-close chart page on developer.ibm.com site.