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comment Export MatrixPlot graphics to PDF
Your solution works for me as well, but the exported graphic is still a bit more fuzzy than if I save it as png for example. Is there a way to improve the level of fuzzyness based on your code (even if it increases the size of the pdf)?
Oct
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accepted Impose the color for one discrete value above a color predefined gradient
Oct
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accepted ListPlot with lots of same couples of values
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asked Plots to check all assumptions of linear regression
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accepted Add reference letters to multipanel figures
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asked Add reference letters to multipanel figures
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accepted Change the legend labels' font when PlotLegends is Automatic
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comment ListPlot with lots of same couples of values
Oh I see I just need a legend for the colors.
Sep
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comment ListPlot with lots of same couples of values
This works great, except when you have a LOT of points with the same value, in this case the dots are so big that they hide smaller dots and fill almost the whole figure.
Sep
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comment ListPlot with lots of same couples of values
This colors the points but I still can't distinguish them as they are stacked
Sep
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asked ListPlot with lots of same couples of values
Sep
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comment General F statistic and p value in LinearModelFit
I also see that adding the interactions to the model has changed the coefficients I had without interactions. How do I know which coefficients I should keep?
Sep
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comment General F statistic and p value in LinearModelFit
@SjoerdC.deVries degrees of freedom are calculated differently in ANOVA than in LinearModelFit, which changes the MS and thus F ratios. What can I really infer from ANOVA[] for the interactions in my multiple regression?
Sep
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accepted General F statistic and p value in LinearModelFit
Sep
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comment General F statistic and p value in LinearModelFit
With a F value of 570.523, I get a p value of 0. I guess it's because my F value is really really high, but how should I report this result? Prob > F = 0.000 ?
Sep
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comment General F statistic and p value in LinearModelFit
thanks a lot! Yeah I'd love to see them too...
Sep
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comment General F statistic and p value in LinearModelFit
model[{"ANOVATableFStatistics"}] gives F statistics for each predictor variable, but what I would like is the overall F statistic, usually computed with the formula F = MS Model / MS Error (and the p value associated)