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Hello together,

 

I was wondering if there are some kind of tutorials or explanations of the post-processing plots of HyperStudy. I'm trying to understand how ever data set in HyperStudy is been calculated and how every plot is created. Especially the pareto plot, the ordination plot and the linear effects plot are interesting to me. In all the ebooks and overviews I've read hasn't been a complete explanation how HyperStudy creates these plots.

Are there some video tutorials or pdf documents where maybe an example is calculated to show which methods are used? It would be a great help if someone has any documents, videos or experiences where I can get this information. I can't really estimate if this is already to deep into learning the program or maybe I just didn't find the right files.

 

I hope somebody can help me out on this topic.

Cheers Max

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PFB ftin link to download videos related to common and DOE specific post processing tools in HyperStudy.This is bit old but worth watching.

Snake view is also known as Parallel coordinate/Principal component analysis is known as Ordination post processing. Please ignore the clustering analysis topic which is not available anymore.

https://ftin.india.altair.com:8443/message/i50tz4VYYlHkDXltO3LyQl

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Hello Rahul,

thanks for the link. The video was really helpful.

Are there similar videos for the explanation and derivation of each plot?

 

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