El 29/04/11 20:37, Allin Cottrell escribió:
OK, now in CVS and snapshots you can use any discrete variable,
not just a 0/1 dummy, with gnuplot and the --dummy option.
In the same line of business I've added a --factorized option for
the boxplot command, and enhanced the GUI boxplot options (e.g.,
on right-clicking a variable and selecting Boxplot).
I have tried the new factorized plot, an I am obtaining this error:
gnuplot PIB08 pob08 Cod_prov --dummy
set xrange [1.797693135e+308:1.797693135e+308]
"/home/ignacio/.gretl/gpttmp.XpUlk9", line 17: undefined value
Cod_prov is a variable with three integer values, that I marked as
discrete in the "attributes" dialog. I must say I am obtaining this
error when I work with a dataset formed by 431 variables. I prepared a
dataset with only this three variables for sending to this list, but I
surprisingly found that the command works OK for this small dataset.
PIB08 and pob08 are variables with rather "normal" values and without
By other side, I had no problem with the new "factorized boxplot"
although using the large dataset.
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