User-Defined Functions

In an earlier post I discussed how we can reuse code by creating our own user-defined JSL functions.  The most common reason I hear for not creating user-defined functions is that the code is only being used once, hence there is no requirement for reuse.  But there are many benefits to creating our own functions – far beyond code reuse.  In this post I’m going to explore some of those benefits.


Designing a User Interface? Take the Hint!

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.


Insights in the use of JMP and the scripting language JSL