10 things you didn’t know about JMP: Tips and tricks

A fellow consultant has advised that, when working on submissions for a regulatory agency, you should “model” your submission on previous ones (that is, leverage previous successful work to your benefit). In that spirit, I fully admit to “modeling” this blog post on those by Jeff Perkinson (10 Things You […]

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New activities and videos to enhance your JMP skills

Since it debuted earlier this year, the New User Welcome Kit has become one of the most fun and efficient ways to learn how to use JMP. Now it’s been updated with six new hands-on activities that let you apply your skills within JMP itself. The new activities include: Using Graph […]

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5 more things you don't know about JMP

Previously, I shared a list of things you probably didn't know about JMP. Maybe you already knew some of them. Maybe you learned a few new things; I hope you did. Well, now here are five more things you probably don't know about JMP. 1. Row State columns There are […]

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5 things you don't know about JMP

The title of this post is provocative, I know. But if you read this list, I'll bet you'll find something that you didn't know about. Now, if it turns out that you already knew most of these, I do want to know. Take a moment, let me know and add […]

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Using data points to fill a graphic with color

When dealing with graphs and plots, we will very likely need to fill colors in a graph to highlight an area or distinguish it from other shapes. You may know how to shade regular shapes, but what about irregular polygons and contours? You can do can this easily to any […]

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Creating a JMP 12 Recode script from a Lookup Table containing original and new values

I recently used a JMP add-in I wrote to import my complete set of BodyMedia FIT food log data files, including data from Dec. 21, 2010, through the last day I logged my meals in that software on March 29, 2015. My final data table contained 39,942 rows of food items names. […]

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How to stack data for a Oneway analysis

The data you want to import into JMP often requires some manipulation before it’s ready to be analyzed in JMP. Sometimes data is arranged so that a row contains information for multiple observations. To prepare your data for analysis, you must restructure it so that each row of the JMP […]

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How to create an axis break in JMP

I’ve been asked three times this year about how to make a graph in JMP with an axis break. Before I show how, I want to ask “Why?” The obvious answer to “Why?” is “to show items with very different values in one graph,” but that’s a little unsatisfying. I […]

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New in JMP 12: Data Table support for images (part 2)

Author’s note: Today’s example applies to a map created in Graph Builder, but you can use this approach in the majority of platforms in JMP. In part one of this two-part series, I showed an example of the support for images in data tables in JMP 12. Today, I’ll show […]

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Using a space filling design and Google Maps to plan my commute: Part 2

In my previous blog post, I created a 150-run space filling design to collect travel times over various departure times in the morning and evening. I wanted to see if I use this designed experiment to  learn something useful about my commute. Google Maps gives a range of times for […]

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