One of my favourite ways of visualising data is with the use of a tree map.
There are many reasons to make code re-usable. Even if you don’t want to re-use the code! I want to explore these reasons but first I need to introduce the nature of JSL syntax and the role of functions.
Convention suggests that programming languages should be introduced with a
simple trivial “Hello World” program. So I thought I would respect this convention and introduce JSL using this principle.
The Fit Model platform within JMP is incredibly powerful but can sometimes feel a little bit overwhelming when models are simultaneously being constructed for multiple responses.
When we create a custom window in JMP we basically design a layout for a variety of user interface building blocks referred to as display boxes. Most of these are quite logical – a button box displays a button, a radio box displays a radio button, a list box displays a list, and a text box displays some text.