DIRECTIONS FOR COMPARISON OF GROUPS' GRAPHS:
In the results blank, input x:y value pairs as follows:
x1:y1,x2:y2,x3,y3, ... xN:yN Example: 0:10,10:10,25:50,30:80
(have no leading spaces or spaces at the end; no comma after last set)
USE ONLY THE NUMBER OF GROUPS (RESULTS AND LABELS) AS YOU NEED (up to 15).
(*NOTES*: It is best to have a X zero point, otherwise KNOW that the lowest x value
is placed leftmost, as if it were zero. If you do not have a x=0 point, I
recommend you make one with the same y-value as the first point you do have --
it will be clear to most that the x=0 point is not real, but just there to
scale the x-axis appropriately. The graphs are set up for Y values
to be within the range 0 to 100, so you should translate your results to
that scale if the top y-value is, say, way less than 50. Good news:
y plots perfectly, so no worry about whether there is a y=0 result.)
Provide each groups' results (or group of results) with a
label of you choice (preferably less than 20 characters).
Using the same number of characters per label gives a visually
pleasing display. (I use 01 for one, so it lines up with "11".)
Click the "Click to generate web page showing Graphs" button.
FINAL NOTE: THESE GRAPHS CAN BE SAVED, SIMPLY BY VIEWING THE HTML SOURCE,
COPYING THAT INTO NOTEPAD/SIMPLETEXT AND SAVING IT AS WHATEVER.htm, AND
PUTTING THAT htm file in the same folder as the stuff you can download
from the "CLICK HERE TO GET THE WHOLE KIT IN ZIP" link above, in the yellow area.
(These sets of multiple graphs may need to be produced here, unless you can
see the pattern in the code and replicate that. BUT, once a set of graphs
is made, it can be permanent and run from anywhere, even your desktop.)