Training & Education: JMP® Tables & Charts

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This course contains a wealth of information and techniques suitable for new and experienced JMP uses.

Data Tables Part I

See just how versatile JMP data tables are with this demonstration. Add and move columns, rows both directly and with the row editor. See how you can easily re-arrange columns and note how you can ensure data integrity with JMP’s List Check column property.

TIME 33:17

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Data Tables Part II

Continuing from JMP Data Tables Part I, here we look at Column Roles, selecting observations from the Rows Menu and interactively via the Distribution Platform. Finally, a quick start at how easy it is to save analyses via a script to the JMP Data Table.

TIME 22:56

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Row States & Row State Columns

Have you ever confused yourself trying to figure out why you created all sorts of variant subsets of your data? With JMP’s Row States, you can keep as many subsets of your data in one data file. See how and learn what else you can do with Row States.

TIME: 14:49
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Transfering data between JMP & Excel

JMP and Excel: two popular applications that work well together. Learn a few tricks and considerations involved with transferring data between JMP and Excel.

TIME 11:49

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Getting Started With JMP Formulas

Get started with JMP formulas in this episode. This is a first look at the formula editor where you will see how to create formulas, copy and paste formulas between columns and incorporate Table Variables into formulas.

TIME 19:15

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Other Column Properties

Data tables are for more than just data. You can also record important context information with column properties. Doing so will save you time and deepen the insights derived from your analysis. We extend our exploration of this JMP facility.

TIME 17:48

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Getting Help In JMP

JMP offers many avenues for getting assistance both within the application and from a variety of external sources.

TIME 14:25

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Importing Text Files

A variety of options makes importing data from text files into JMP really easy. We review them in this ASE episode.

TIME 12:37

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Correcting Erroneous Data

From time to time data is just not as it should be. Fortunately, JMP users can easily correct the situation.

TIME 15:56

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Exporting Reports

After you complete your analysis you often need to share it with others. JMP facilitates this in two ways the first being the Journal feature in JMP. In this episode, we’ll get a look at some Journal versatility. The second option is to export your analysis into word processing applications either by copying and pasting elements of your analysis directly or by exporting a Journal. Learn these features and catch some useful but little-known tricks.

TIME 24:48

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Bar & Pie Charts

Introduction

Introduction to the Graph platform. Why use JMP over a spreadsheet application for your graphs and charts?

TIME 2:06

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Graph Platform: Dialogue Box

Review the Graph platform’s Dialogue Box.

TIME: 2:09

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Bar Charts & Error Bars

New to JMP 8 are several types of Error Bars.

TIME 3:40

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Stacking Bar Charts

TIME: 2:16

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Range Charts

Range Charts are a perhaps lesser-known but very useful alternative to bar charts.

TIME: 5:10

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Quantile Charts

JMP makes it easy to chart summary statistics in one step. You can go directly from your data to charts summarizing your data in a variety of ways, including Quantiles.

TIME: 1:49

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Line Charts

Plotting trends is usually done with line charts. The arrangement of the line charts produced depends directly on the arrangement of the data in the datatable.

TIME: 5:18

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Grouping Role

JMP’s graphing capability came in large part due to the Grouping role in the dialogue box. A few variants are presented in this segment.

TIME: 5:38

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General Customizations: Introduction

Review some general customizations common to JMP’s Graphs – applicable to the Graph Platform and other platforms as well.

TIME: 3:18

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General Customizations: 
Red Triangle “Hot Spot”

TIME: 4:38

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General Customizations: Legends

TIME: 4:48

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General Customizations: Background

Right-click (on Macintosh, right-click or command-click) on the background brings forward a menu with a number of customizations.

TIME: 2:35

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General Customizations: Customize

Some additional customization can be accomplished with “customize” off the sub-menu mentioned in the segment on General Customizations: Background.

TIME: 3:50

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General Customizations: Copying & Pasting Customizations

You can copy customizations from one graph to another. A tip is also offered on saving customizations via a script in a JMP data table so that you can propagate the customizations elsewhere at a later date.

TIME: 3:43

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X Axis Ordering

The default ordering along the X axis is alphabetical but there are a couple of ways in which that oder can be customized.

TIME: 4:09

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Other Statistics on the Graph Platform

A quick review of other summary statistics available via the Graph Platform including N, Standard Deviation, Standard Error, Coefficient of Variation, % of Total, N Missing.

TIME: 5:00

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Pareto Plot Introduction

An explanation of Pareto Plots and some important assumptions and considerations that are often missed with Pareto Analysis.

TIME: 14:49

Pareto Plots in JMP

Learn the essentials of how JMP implements Pareto Plots. Compare using categorical variables in “X, Grouping” versus “by” roles. Using Threshold of Combined Causes feature.

TIME: 3:27

Consolidating Causes

We need to focus on causes rather than symptoms when conducting Pareto analyses. That may require us to consolidate some categories of symptoms into causes. JMP has some features in this area.

TIME: 4:25

Miscellaneous features of JMP’s 
Pareto Plot Platform

Review a variety of options available via the red-triangle drop down menu in the Pareto Plot platform.

 

TIME: 4:12

Comparative Pareto Analysis

You can put up to two categorical variables in the X,Grouping role. See how and what can be accomplished by doing so.

TIME: 1:54

Weighted Pareto Analysis

Not all counts are created equal. Frequently, the occurence of some defects has more impact or severity than others. This section explores how to weight counts in a Pareto analysis.

TIME: 4:11

Other Content

Leverage Plots Part I

Leverage plots provide lots of insights. Learn how to interpret Whole Model and Effect Leverage plots in this episode. The next one will show how Effect Leverage plots are constructed.

TIME 24:51

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Leverage Plots Part II

Let’s go beyond interpretation and see how Effect Leverage Plots are constructed. Once you’ve watched this episode, look for the link at the very end where you can download a step-by-step JSL script used to build Effect Leverage Plots.

TIME 18:31

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