In this article: http://kb.tableausoftware.com/articles/knowledgebase/statistics-finding-correlation
in step 6 there's a window with some important information including the R-squared value. That's what I'm looking for. However, in my window, which I get when I follow the steps provided, I am missing the entire top portion of the information (everything above "Individual Trend Lines"). I need that data especially the R-squared value, but I can't get it because it's missing. Why the difference in screens? (screenshot of what I see attached)
Anyone know if this information is still available from somewhere?
EDIT: I just tried a completely different scatterplot with slightly different x and y axis data sources and the information that was missing is there on these charts. When I go back to the one I had problems with, it's still missing. So, now I guess the question is why it's there for some charts, but not others.
Thanks.
JMR
Message was edited by: Jonathan Richman
Not so smart error on my part. When you right click the trend line, you can either "Describe Trend Line" or "Describe Trend Model." I was clicking the former. If you click the latter, you get the right information.