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st: RE: Dashed lines indistinguishable on graph
Clarence C. Gravlee, Ph.D.
> I have a line graph to illustrate an interaction effect between two
> continuous variables. The color version looks fine, but
> the lines on
> the graph are indistinguishable when the graph is displayed in a
> grayscale scheme (e.g., s2mono, sj) -- all three appear as
> solid lines.
> Note that the legend properly displays three different
> line styles.
> For an example, see
> Have others had this problem? What's the solution?
Ensure that your line patterns have enough
embedded spaces so that they can be distinguished.
i.e. use a formula in the sense of -help linepatternstyle-.
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