Connect lines appear by default on time series plots, empirical CDF plots, and line plots. You can add a connect line to scatterplots, matrix plots, bar charts, boxplots, interval plots, and individual value plots.
You can add a connect line to scatterplots, matrix plots, bar charts, and histograms.
You can add a connect line to scatterplots, matrix plots, bar charts, and histograms.
The connection function is the way in which Minitab connects the data values for connect lines. By default, Minitab uses a straight connection, but you can change the function for a different effect; for example, to show accumulating sums by steps.
The connection order is the order in which Minitab connects points. This option is not available for all graphs.
When using the Worksheet connection order the graph's appearance depends on the arrangement of your worksheet.
You can edit the type, color, and size of connect lines.
To change the default settings and attributes for graph elements, choose .
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.