Minitab displays area by default for contour plots and area graphs. You can add area as a data display for histograms, scatterplots, and matrix plots.
You can add area to scatterplots, matrix plots, and histograms.
You can add area to scatterplots, matrix plots, and histograms.
The projection direction is the direction in which the area extends on the graph. By default, the direction is toward the x-axis. However, you can change the projection direction for the area in scatterplots and matrix plots.
If you have identical data values on your graph, these data points can overlap and appear hidden behind each other. Jitter randomly nudges each point to help reduce overlap. Because jitter is random, the position of each point is slightly different each time you recreate the same graph. This option is not available for all graphs.
By default, Minitab uses a straight line to connect the symbols, but you can change to a stepped function.
The shaded areas start at the base position and extend to the data points.
You can edit the fill type, fill color, line type, and line color of the selected areas.
To change the default settings and attributes for graph elements, choose .