It occurred to me that this may be a more accurate representation of the relationship between the levels of affection expressed by cats and humans:
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No, on second thought, my first graph is closer to the mark. I need to pay attention to the subtleties implied by the choice of graph axes. In this case, it’s probably better to use cat affection as the independent variable, and proximity and people affection as the dependent variables. This graph implies that cat affection increases as proximity increases, where it should be the other way around. Hmm… So much to learn!
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