Am 28.11.2017 um 16:27 schrieb Schaff, Frederik:
- an option where multiple (up to 3, e.g.) distributions can be plotted
in the same window would be nice.
- an optional --max command would be nice (if comparing different
distributions visually, it is good if they have the same scale.
Not directly about histograms, but both these things can be done with
boxplots (View / Graph specified vars / Boxplots).
For the above scenarios, I often calculate the minimum and maximum in
set of functions and based on this the width as (max-min)/21. It would
be nice if one could directly use these variables with data as input.
As hinted at in the doc for 'freq', I'm sure there's a clever way how
this can be done with 'aggregate', but right now I can't tell you :-)
- It would be nice if the size of a dataset would be checked first,
someone clicks on the “correlations” icon. Otherwise, in large datasets,
this can lead to long waiting times… or the need to shut down gretl
without having saved anything. Something like a pop-up with a warning if
one continues, or the like, would be nice.
Or a kind of abort button like what we have in script output windows.
But apart from this: So this means you really are using the icon view
and the elements therein?