On Fri, 30 Jan 2004, Ignacio Díaz-Emparanza wrote:
I think there is a bug in the plot "X-Y with factor
least in the spanish version). I open the dataset in file
data7-2.gdt, I click on "Data-Graphics-X-Y with factor
separation..." and I select "EDUC" for X variable, WAGE for Y
variable and GENDER for factor. Then gretl opens a graph (through
gnuplot). I suppose the points are correct, (I don't like much two
scales for the two categories, I would prefer one), some of them are
marked by "+" and some other by "X", but the legend says:
And this is not correct....
You're right. This bug arose as a side-effect of a previous "fix",
namely allowing for automatic use of two different Y-scales in a wider
variety of cases. But two scales should not be permitted in the case
of a "factor separation" plot. This is fixed in CVS and the fix will
be in gretl 1.2.2.