Tag: JMP Scripting Language

Get more from Graph Builder: Points with error bars

Error bars are a great way to visually show the variability in your data. They are often seen overlaid on top of bars and points, and a wide range of error bar views is available in Graph Builder in JMP. To see what's possible, let's first build a bar chart

Lookup tables in JMP

A few days ago, I showed a customer how she could use lookup tables in JMP, and I thought it would be a good idea to share this with everyone. Those of you who have used lookup tables elsewhere already know how handy they can be. For those who have

Using JMP to respond to workshop submissions en masse

Greetings, everyone. Sorry for the extra-long blogging hiatus. I have recently been wandering the desert in a self-imposed social media exile (well, mostly) due to some other writing responsibilities. If you’ve been upset over the lack of posts on JMP Clinical or statistics, let me just say that my absence

Simple nonlinear least squares curve fitting in JMP

In his Walking Randomly blog, Mike Croucher shows how to fit a simple nonlinear curve using five different statistical programming libraries: R, MATLAB, Maple, Julia and Python/numpy. The idea is to provide concrete examples for a commonly asked modeling question that is simple to state but not so simple to

Using JMP to connect to database, insert records

I've recently gotten a few questions from customers about how to perform database operations using JMP. One question is whether you can use JMP to connect to databases. With JMP, yes, you can connect to an ODBC-compliant database using JMP Scripting Language or the Open database dialog interface. If  you

The weekly status call...Is it really that time again?

Whether it is 10:00 a.m. on Monday morning or 5:00 p.m. on Friday afternoon, that weekly meeting just seems to come pretty quickly doesn't it? I don't know if it is true for you, but when I begin reporting on something weekly or at any short frequency, I start thinking

Test your geographical knowledge with JMP

Can you point to a map of the world and locate Madrid, Toronto and New York? How about Rabat, Bangkok or Caracas? Test your geographical knowledge with this fun JMP game that Sebastian Hoffmeister from our German Training Partner Statcon developed and shared via the German Statcon blog. I played

Image analysis of an elephant's foot in JMP

This is a picture of the bottom of an elephant's foot. As you might guess from looking at this picture, this is not a very happy elephant. Elephants kept in captivity often spend their time walking on pavement or other hard surfaces. This is not the substrate they are used

Visualizing the variability of a curve using bootstrapping

This is part 4 of a series of blog posts on the new bootstrap feature in JMP Pro, Version 10, that began with an introduction to one-click bootstrapping. In previous posts in this series, we have looked at bootstrapping functions of the output and multiple tables simultaneously. In this post,

Monte Carlo simulation of 2012 presidential election

There were probably more state and national polls of the 2012 election for President of the United States than ever before. Despite this, many pundits were shocked by the election result. Most national polls showed the two candidates' expected vote percentages within each other's margin of error. As result, many commentators viewed the presidential

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