I am analyzing two datasets form Diggle's paper 1983:
Pine (actually Numata 1961)
The cells are coordinates between 0 and 1 and the pine are coordinates between 0 and 5.7 (both are square as you can see). The Pine is random and the Cells are not. I want to show differences in measurements between the two (for example the mean).
My question is- is it OK to scale one of the datasets to have the same coordinate range like the other? For example, I can divide Pine in 5.7 each coordinate and then present it as a different series in Excel scatter plot. Will I be losing ratio? Has anyone compared dataset in this way previously?