The top 6 visited posts of 2016 were all written in 2015!
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One of the most useful features in the JSL editor is the ability to split a window. This is best illustrated by seeing how it is used in the context of creating a script. I’ve tried to capture that workflow in the following video …
Sometimes a script will fail with no apparent cause. The usual course of action is to check the log window, but sometimes there is just silence – an empty trail with no leads to follow. But there is a another source of information, the global variable exception_msg.
It’s not Friday. But I’ve just written this function and I thought I’d share it. Plus it’s Christmas. Almost.
Some background: I’ve just loaded a spreadsheet into a JMP table and it contains 257 columns. Only 55 of the columns contain data. This function will zap the empty columns and make the table more manageable.
Not only do singularities cause havoc to the fabric of spacetime, but they also cause your table splits to fall apart and your models to break with ugly error messages.
Today’s function is a utility to evaluate an individual data column to evaluate whether it is singular (i.e. the column has constant values through all of the rows).
Sometimes you compose a collection of display boxes and they don’t appear to be fully aligned. If you care about the aesthetics of a user interface this can drive you a bit crazy! Here is a trick that will help you fix the problem.
Version 13 of JMP introduces a new function: Get Excel Worksheets.
For this week Friday’s Function is a utility to check the availability of required columns.