If you want to know more about it, take a look at the XLS-Biplot User's Manual.
For an overview, there is a paper here (it has been published in the Journal of Statistical Software)
To give it a try, click here then paste soma plain data matrix with your data....
Download the full distribution: xls-biplot1-1a.tgz. Unpack it with
tar -zxf xls-biplot*.tgzand take a look at the users-manual by opening the file
users-manual-html/index.htmlIf the tar call above failed, use
gunzip xls-biplot*.tgz tar -xf xls-biplot*.tar
Download XLS-Biplot-Win32-1.1a.zip, then unpack it preserving directory structure (Winzip should do it), then look at the users-manual, file index.html, for a section named "Installing and configuring XLS-Biplot under MS-Windows"
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