3D Histogram by... - Continuous by Discrete

This Graphs of Input Data - 3D Histogram by... option will allow you to plot a continuous (or to-be-categorized automatically) variable (the currently highlighted variable) against a discrete variable. The values of the first variable will be categorized according to the STATISTICA automatic categorization conventions (see below), however, you will be given the option to specify the codes for the discrete variable in the Select Codes dialog.

Automatic categorization conventions. Both selected variables will be divided into categories for this bivariate histogram. When a selected variable is categorical (usually 10 or fewer categories), STATISTICA will use those categories as the histogram intervals for that variable. If a variable has either more than 10 categories or its values are non-integers (continuous), then STATISTICA will divide the values into approximately 10 to 12 intervals based on the range of the values.