OT: How to graph a specific data set?

Prothero-ELS prothero at earthlearningsolutions.org
Tue May 5 12:07:11 EDT 2020

Still, if there is some parameter that you want to examine that correlates to the intersections, that would influence your chart. I am suspecting you want to keep the experiment confidential, but I would need a lot more information about the source of the data and goals of the experiment to make useful comments. But, I think if you carefully state the questions that are being asked about the data, the answer will become more clear to you.

I suspect the researchers would want to assess correlations between intersections, or the lack of, with other variables. Offhand, you could map the intersections and color code them with the magnitude of the variable you are trying to correlate them with. Just guessing.... That assumes the intersections are geographic and there are other variables related to the intersection.

I’d be glad to brainstorm with you off-list, if you think it would be helpful.


William Prothero

> On May 5, 2020, at 8:30 AM, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> On 5/5/2020 11:17 AM, Prothero-ELS via use-livecode wrote:
>> Paul,
>> The first question I have is: “what are you trying to communicate with your chart?” The answer to that question will point to a charting strategy.
>> Bill
> I am trying to visually call attention to those intersections with high occurrences.
> However, the labels that I replaced with the alphabet for confidentiality have meaning to the researchers looking at this and they may equally be fascinated when a pair has NO intersections in the data.
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