How to Create JSL Libraries of User-Defined Functions
Sep 7, 2017 04:14 PM
| Last Modified: Oct 26, 2017 01:01 PM
Brady Brady, JMP Principal Systems Engineer, SAS
This presentation was voted one of three finalists for Best Invited Paper.
Have you written JSL functions that appear in several of your scripts? Do you share the JSL functions you’ve created with others? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could call these functions as if they were native to JMP, make modifications in a single location, and as a bonus, not have to worry about names colliding—especially in the scripts of those with whom you’ve shared your functions? With a custom function library, you can do all of these things. This session will discuss the advantages of using a custom library, show you how to create and maintain a custom library, and demonstrate how to use library functions in scripts.