A mosaic plot is an effective way to visualise the distribution of the
values of a variable over the different values of another
variable. Often, this second variable is the target variable that we
are interested in (e.g., Adjusted in our
Mosaic plot of Age by Adjusted.
The example in
Figure 6.3 displays the
relationship between the input variable Age and target
variable Adjusted. Age is a numeric
variable, so for it to make sense in a mosaic plot we need to bin it
so that it becomes categoric, which can be accomplished using the
Remap option of the Transform tab. In this case
we have transformed Age into 6 quantiles (equal sized
The plot tells us that XXXX
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