**To**:**David Wang <climater@xxxxxxxxx>****Subject**:**Re: [ferret_users] regression issue: one variable VS another variables****From**:**Ansley Manke <ansley.b.manke@xxxxxxxx>**- Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 14:25:14 -0700
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Hi David, Sure, PLOT/VS/LINE will just connect the dots in the order they appear in the variables, with no plot marker. Instead of the last line in your example, substitute, yes? plot/vs/nolab/over/line p,qhat Or, to be more accurate, if there's missing data, you want to plot p only where there are valid values of P and Q. Look at the regression script yes? go/help regresst and see that the variable pmasked is "p where p and q" yes? plot/vs/nolab/over/line pmasked,qhat Ansley David Wang wrote: Hi Yangxing, |

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