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10-02-2016 05:57 PM

After I run Score node. I wanted to check the distribution of P_target0 or p_target1. I found in the exported data window the role of p_targe0 or p_target1 was "rejected". So I can not check their statistic information.

My question is why their roles are "rejected", how can I chang their roles?

If I can not change, how can I get p_target0 or p_target1 statistic information.

Thanks.

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10-03-2016 04:00 PM

Even though their role is Rejected, you can still view statistics for them or create distribution plots using those variables by clicking **Explore** from the Exported Data window. You can also use the StatExplore node to view various statistics, you just need to set Use=Yes for those variables from the Edit Variables window for that node.

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10-03-2016 08:03 PM

Wendy, Thanks. I got the data using StatExplore node.

At beginning I used Code Node to got mean median, then I tried StatExplore node and set USE=YES. I found the results were a little difference, but they were very close.

For example for P_TARGET0:

when I used code node, median=0.9058705 mean=0.8383493 std=0.1647437 skewness= -1.5372081 Kurtosis=2.1043724;

when I used StatExplore node, median=0.903874 mean=0.835846 std=0.166262 skewness=-1.52727

Kurtosis= 2.062464;

do you think that is normal? Thanks.