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the more often that emotion was given by the children.  Do the “Correct” colors and  the “Obtained” correspond? 6. Look carefully.  What do you see?  Open a Word document and write a paragraph  that describes the information you obtained from the Mosaic Plot.  When you have  completed your paragraph, save it as: “Chapter 14 JMP Assignment.doc.” 7. Now let’s take a look at the cross-tabulation table itself.  I know that JMP calls it a  “Contingency Table,” but any social scientist would recognize the two terms as  synonymous.  The first thing you probably notice is that each cell is a bit busy with  a lot of numbers.  The legend for those numbers is in the left-hand, top cell of the  table.  Maybe for somebody, somewhere the bottom three numbers in each cell  might be meaningful, but for us they are clutter.  Let’s get rid of them so we can see  what is important. 8. While holding down the Alt key, click on the  Red Diamond  right next to  “Contingency Table.”  A table of options should pop up.  Wow, we could make those  cells even busier if we wished, but let’s go the other way.  Remove the checks for  everything but “Count” and click  OK .  Now we can try to make sense out of the  numbers. 9. I find it unfortunate that the Mosaic Plot and the Contingency Table cannot be  oriented the same way.  It is possible to turn the Mosaic Plot on its side (Can you  figure out how?), but it still doesn’t line up the way we would like.  I consider that a  shortcoming of JMP, but it is what it is.  Each column in the Plot corresponds to a 
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  • Winter '08
  • Signorielli,N
  • JMP assignment.  Stifle, little JMP trick

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