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Jan 9, 2013 9:02 PM
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Hi there~

Could you do me a favor?

I want to know

"How many (categorical data) by column

without calculation of repeated data?

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for example

Open( "$SAMPLE_DATA/Big Class.jmp" );

I want to know **how many (:age) types by (:sex)?**

I want to know that function by using **formula only**

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Jan 11, 2013 6:49 AM
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Solution

Oh, I forgot that Col Number() only works for numeric columns as first argument.

Here two suggestion for a column formula solution (and not by JSL-script ):

Use a numeric column that's known to not have any missing values, e.g.

Col Number( :TRANS_TIME, :DVC )

Or if each DVC data always ends with a unique four digit number (as in the posted table) this would give the same result:

Col Number( Num( Right( :DVC, 4 ) ), :DVC )

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Jan 10, 2013 12:32 AM
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Use this Statistical function:

Col Number( :age, :sex )

The second argument is the By-bariable. In formula editor the optional second argument (and third etc) is activated by selecting the first argument and clicking on ^ (insert).

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Jan 11, 2013 4:29 AM
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Dear MS,

**I really appreciate with ur idea. **

**But I still cannot solve this problem**.

b'cus my data is a little bit more complicate.

There are repeated same data in the "name" column,

.. therefore... Col Number( :age, :sex ) is not working..

**This is actual sample..**

when I use this

**Col Number(:LOT_ID, :DVC)**

but it is not working,,, the result shows "0" only like as below.

I think ... it is because of the same data in 'LOT_ID' column

but i still want to calculate it.

I soIve it, by using other column data "time" like as below.

Col Sum(If(Col Minimum(:TRANS_TIME, :LOT_ID) == :TRANS_TIME, 1, 0), :DVC)

**But I still want to solve it without the other data.**

**Could you give me the other idea? I need ur help.. MS **

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Jan 11, 2013 6:49 AM
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Oh, I forgot that Col Number() only works for numeric columns as first argument.

Here two suggestion for a column formula solution (and not by JSL-script ):

Use a numeric column that's known to not have any missing values, e.g.

Col Number( :TRANS_TIME, :DVC )

Or if each DVC data always ends with a unique four digit number (as in the posted table) this would give the same result:

Col Number( Num( Right( :DVC, 4 ) ), :DVC )

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Jan 12, 2013 4:47 PM
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Oh~ MS~!

I truly appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions!

I hope I have a chance to help you, someday.

Have a good day! thanks.