Plotting a 3d graph using inputs from a different graph.

Imeshinu shared this question 7 months ago
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I am a newbie to GeoGebra.

I was so thrilled to see this graph and thinking how can I plot another output graph like this (image attached) on the same plane - to see how the new graph will change according to changing parameters in the first graph.

It may be a long process, but can someone please explain me where to start and how to proceed? I checked all the basics videos but still not able to connect the dots.

Thank you!

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me es imposible entender frases como "quiero que un valor cambie cuando cambie otro valor" sin saber en qué sentido deben cambiar y qué relación hay entre los valores. Pero sí puedo decirte cómo dibujar bandas que dependen de dos funciones

Files: foro.ggb
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Actually, I want to create lines not bands. Basically, this is what I want to do.

1. I want to use this chart https://www.geogebra.org/classic/RhuUbJsG

2. From the chart, I want to use P(Type I Error) and P(Type II Error) values.


3. Using those values I want to calculate Total Error.

Total Error = ( H0 * P(Type I Error) ) + (H1 * P(Type II Error) )

Assumption: H0 + H1 = 100% ( So, H0 < 100, H1 < 100)

4. My goal is to plot a graph:

X-axis: P(Type I Error) or alpha

Y-axis: P(Type II Error) or beta

Z-axis: Total Error

The final output would looks like in this attached image. In this plot, X-axis: P(Type I Error) or alpha and Y-axis: P(Type II Error) or beta.

When changing values on this chart, I want to see the changes in the final graph.

Can you please advise? Thanks!!

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sorry I can not edit your file

try locus((P(Type I Error) , P(Type II Error) ) , alpha)

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You mean this file?

It is JPEG file. Cannot edit it.


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