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Validation Mode | Tools | Multi-Quadrant Analysis

This tools allows creating a network per state of a Breakout Variable, by using the corresponding subset of data.

The selected analysis is performed on each network, which allows comparing the relationships of the variables with the Target Variable per state of the breakout variable.

History

Multi-Quadrant Analysis has been updated in versions 5.0.4, 5.0.7, 5.4 and 6.0

New Feature: Representation of the Quadrants

The vertical and horizontal lines representing the quadrants are now displayed for the Overall view as well as for each breakout state view.

Updated Feature: Export Mean Value Ranges

The previously called Export Variations has been renamed Export Mean Value Ranges. This feature allows to export, in a text file, the range of values taken by each variable (X-axis) across the different breakout data sets. The exported file can then be utilized in the Edit Variations of the Target Optimization and Function Optimization tools. 

Two type of export are available:

  • Ranges: the minimum and maximum values;
  • Relative Variations: the minimum and maximum values expressed as percentages of the value of the variable for the chosen breakout state. 

Whereas Ranges generates the same file for each breakout state, Relative Variations creates a specific file for each breakout state. 


Example

The mean values of Intensity vary from 2.77 to 3.3.

This file describes the ranges of the variables relative to the mean values of the variables on the subset of data corresponding to Product 1.

For example, the mean values of Intensity vary from 2.77 to 3.3. As the value for Product 1 is 2.77, the corresponding relative variations are 0% and 18.9%