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For my user study, I am trying to find out to what extent people prefer to move by foot. They had the option to rank their preference for 'walking', 'jogging' and 'running' for a several amount of questions. Now I want to interpret the data by means of a Kruskal-Wallis test (Analyze -> Non Parametric Test -> Independent samples).

The following analysis gives me pairwise comparisons. However, I do not understand how the pairwise comparisons' plot has been created when I look at the table below it. How is the plot from the pairwise comparison generated when looking at the table below the plot?

table overview rejection of null hypothesis boxplots Pairwised comparison plot

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  • $\begingroup$ I psesume the very plot is drawn by some sort of multidimensional scaling or neural net. It doesn't bother me how it was drawn, really. Does it, for you? $\endgroup$ – ttnphns May 29 '14 at 6:35
  • $\begingroup$ I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the OP has not responded to questions and it has been years. $\endgroup$ – Peter Flom Jun 23 at 11:31