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    newbie
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    Is there such a thing as a text that focuses on graphical analysis?  I would love to find a reference that would show and explain how to interpret and analyze plotted data in all it various forms across the differerent graphical tools.  Any ideas?
    Example:  Fan-shaped data on a fitted vs. residual plot indicates a violation of the underlying assumption of equal variance and can often be resolved by transforming the Y (i am guessing here, this is just an example).
    Thanks!!

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    #178528

    Anonymous
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    The Grammar of Graphics (Statistics and Computing) (Hardcover)
    by Leland Wilkinson (Author)Although I’ve not seen this particular book it looks similar to the one I have.

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    #178534

    Anonymous
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    With afterthought, I don’t think this is the same book. The book I used is:http://www.amazon.com/Desktop-Analysis-Systat-Leland-Wilkinson/dp/0135693101Cheers,
    Andy

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    #178581

    Matson
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    A good graphical analysis guideline that is free is the NIST/SEMATECH e-Handbook of Statistical Methods.  It is available on the internet – suggest that you google it.

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