Displaying distributional differences provide more information of the samples and are very useful when distance from zero is meaningless.
Furthermore, the option to overlay the mean, SEM, sd and percentiles helps us better interpret the statistical analyses.
Overall, an invaluable option to the classic barplots and boxplots.
This is a great function. However I want to discriminate between two quite different distributions. I have a problem getting the Total area under the respective curves to be equal (to a nominal 1) for separate datasets (even with the same number of observations). Eg, Say I want to plot U and V left and right respectively where
U = normrnd(3.3,1.0,100,1);
V = normrnd(2.0,0.3,100,1);
then no matter what I do, they don't look anywhere near equal. Any ideas? or have I missed something obvious?