# How do you do a stem plot in SPSS?

## How do you do a stem plot in SPSS?

Use the Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Explore menu to produce stem and leaf plots. If you specify a categorical variable in the Factor List a stem-and-leaf plot for each group will be displayed. Note that Explore lets you produce other plots (boxplots and histograms) and quite a number of summary statistics.

**Can you do a stem-and-leaf plot in SPSS?**

Example: Stem-and-Leaf Plot in SPSS To create a stem-and-leaf plot for this dataset, click the Analyze tab, then Descriptive Statistics, then Explore. This will bring up the following window: To create a stem-and-leaf plot, we need to drag the variable points into the box labelled Dependent List.

**Can you use a stem plot for quantitative data?**

A stem-and-leaf display or stem-and-leaf plot is a device for presenting quantitative data in a graphical format, similar to a histogram, to assist in visualizing the shape of a distribution.

### How do you read a stem and leaf plot?

A stem and leaf is a table used to display data. The ‘stem’ is on the left displays the first digit or digits. The ‘leaf’ is on the right and displays the last digit. For example, 543 and 548 can be displayed together on a stem and leaf as 54 | 3,8.

**Is a stem plot categorical or quantitative?**

While Bar Graphs and Pie Charts are used to graph Categorical Data, there are many methods of graphing Quantitative Data. These include dotplots, stemplots, histograms, and boxplots.

**Is a stem and leaf plot quantitative or qualitative?**

A stem-and-leaf plot is a graph of quantitative data that is similar to a histogram in the way that it visually displays the distribution.

## How to run stem and leaf plots in SPSS?

To run a Stem and Leaf Plot in SPSS, select from the menu: Analyze → Descriptive Statistics → Explore Figure 1 shows what this looks like in SPSS. Figure 1: Selecting a Stem and Leaf Plot From the Analyze Menu in SPSS.

**How does a stem and leaf plot work?**

A stem-and-leaf plot displays data by splitting up each value in a dataset into a stem and a leaf. It’s a useful plot for easily visualizing the distribution of a dataset. This tutorial explains how to create a stem-and-leaf plot in SPSS. Example: Stem-and-Leaf Plot in SPSS

**Is there a script to convert MATLAB figures to TikZ?**

This is matlab2tikz, a MATLAB(R) script for converting MATLAB figures into native TikZ/Pgfplots figures. matlab2tikz supports the conversion of most MATLAB figures, including 2D and 3D plots. For plots constructed with third- party packages, your mileage may vary. The workflow is as follows.

### How to convert a MATLAB plot to a LaTeX file?

Typical usage of matlab2tikz consists of converting your MATLAB plot to a TikZ/LaTeX file and then running a LaTeX compiler to produce your document. Generate your plot in MATLAB (R). Add the contents of myfile.tex into your LaTeX source code, for example using \\input {myfile.tex} .