Beyond Basic: Using JSL to Build Dynamic Add-Ins (2019-US-EPO-275)
Aug 27, 2019 12:46 PM
| Last Modified: Oct 21, 2019 9:13 AM
Timothy Whetstone, Scientist, IDEXX
Some tools written in JSL may need to support a high degree of variability in user inputs. I will show a tool developed for data simulation of biochemical systems where the user can design a system containing up to hundreds of components with a variety of effects that can be added at each level. This talk will show how to use JSL to accomplish the following: enabling, disabling or drawing new elements based on user inputs; how to privately launch the built-in platforms in JMP and display their graphical elements within your applications; and how to use loops and recursive functions to handle a variable number of inputs.