A setting option allows you to hide the comparison data points when doing a significance test.
The image below shows an example: the result of the latest month is tested against the previous month (the +/- signs indicating the significant difference from the previous month). The previous month’s results are not shown in the table.
The setting to allow you to hide the comparison points is located in a drop-down list named “Comparison behavior,” as shown in the image below. When the option “Hide comparison points” is selected, then all the comparison points will become hidden. The image below shows the setting used to hide the comparison points.
If “All vs all” is selected in the “Comparison type” list, then the “Hide comparison points” option will not be available. Due to the nature of this function, it cannot be applied when all data points are tested against all data points.