File Exchange > Graphing >    Paired Comparison Plot

Author:
OriginLab Technical Support
Date Added:
11/9/2017
Downloads (90 Days):
1119
Last Update:
3/20/2018
Total Ratings:
4
File Size:
429 KB
Average Rating:
File Name:
Paired Com...ot.opx
File Version:
2
Minimum Versions:
2018b
License:
Free
Summary:

Create plots with significant differences for pairwise comparison

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Description:

Purpose
This app can be used to create various plot with significant differences.  Use can choose what post-hoc method to be used for getting the statistics of means comparison.

Installation
Download the file "Paired Comparison Plot.opx", and then drag-and-drop onto the Origin workspace. An icon will appear in the Apps gallery window.

Operation

  • Click the app icon to open the dialog
  • Select  input for Data and Group columns. Please note that the you can select one group column for One-way ANOVA, or two group columns for Two-way ANOVA.
  • You can choose to indicate the significant difference on top with letters, asterisk bracket, or p values.

Note:

  • To view the sample graphs, right click on the app icon and choose Open Samples Folder from the context menu
  • Significant Mark option
    • Letters on Top
    • Asterisk with Bracket
    • P-value with Bracket
  • Plot Type option
    • Bar
    • Data Points
    • Box Chart
    • Scatter with Error Bar
  • Means Comparison option
    • Tukey
    • Bonferroni
    • Dunn-Sidak
    • Fisher's LSD
    • Scheffé
    • Holm-Bonferroni
    • Holm-Sidak 

Updates:

1.01: Fix bug of asterisks displaying problem when p = 0 or p = 0.01
2.0: Support options of mean comparison methods, different plot type

Reviews and Comments:
04/12/2018OriginLabHi, dgstrawm

In regard to the input data format, the APP also support paired comparison for two way ANOVA, we don't want to make GUI complex so we decided to only support index data mode (data/group)

However, you can convert your data to be index data mode with our Stack Columns tool (menu "Worksheet: Stack Columns").

Currently it uses Turkey method for means comparison. We are working on a new version of this APP, which will provide option of post-hoc method.

03/25/2018hyb136557829@gmail.com试用

03/07/2018kobrinskyevgeny 

01/10/2018dgstrawnVery helpful, but still a little crude on data input format (columns, groups etc.). Also, what test is used for mean separation.