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Jun
25
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
26
accepted Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
Jan
22
revised Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
Added comment about z-score being transformed to cum. prob. when displaying plot.
Jan
22
comment Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
When I was looking at the InputForm for the function, I noticed the PlotRange thing too: Mathematica is using the Z-score (# Std Dev away from mean) as the actual range, but then transforming it to the cumulative probability when displaying.
Jan
21
comment Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
@MikeHoneychurch Awesome, thanks for the info.
Jan
21
awarded  Yearling
Jan
21
comment Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
I think it's most definitely a bug. I've already sent Wolfram the bug report. See my Answer for details on the bug, if interested.
Jan
21
answered Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
Jan
21
comment Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
It's the lateral gridlines, those associated with Y values, that I'm most interested in. During my search for a solution, I actually found what I think is a bug in ProbabilityScalePlot: try adding the option GridLines->{Automatic, Automatic} - in Mathematica 8, it errors out.
Jan
21
revised Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
Added Mathematica version number.
Jan
21
comment Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
@DumpsterDoofus That doesn't work for me - it reports the "A GridLines specification should be None, Automatic, or a list of grid line specifications" error. I didn't mention it before, but I'm using Mathematica v8 (post updated).
Jan
21
asked Custom Grid Lines for ProbabilityScalePlot
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awarded  Curious
Dec
13
awarded  Commentator
Dec
13
accepted Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
Dec
13
comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
So this appears to just be another way of setting the downvalues that Szabolcs described. Would you agree?
Dec
13
comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
Yeah that's where I normally go. But your answer below works, so yay! :-)
Dec
13
comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
Cool, thanks. It took a little bit of work and I had to add an option for what I wanted to do, but everything's working well thanks to this answer. I now have a function that will plot up a scatterplot and the fitted line of data, and can also return the slope, Rsq, and intercept.
Dec
13
comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
Oh crap, thanks Szabolcs. I didn't notice that I was at stackoverflow. I'll flag it.
Dec
13
asked Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?