I am trying to make a figure like Fig. 2C in this article. However, using Pivot and Bar, I can only get the data points between the two bars instead of on top of their respective bar. Photos posted below
The Box command only groups in one category at a time, so you will need to have two Box commands, where each one has a mask and is offset to overlay the bars.
To do this, select the box command you already created with the points option. Expand the command and add a negative offset and a mask to limit to the appropriate data.
Then you can make copy of the Box command (select and use command-C and command-V). Edit the copy to have a the same offset but positive. And update the mask.
Does that help?
We also just uploaded a similar example (File > On-line examples).
The file also includes this as an alternate way to represent.
Yes!!! Thank you, this is exactly what I needed, thank you so much for explaining it. So simple. I never would have figured out the masking mechanism. Very excited to share this feature with my lab
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