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katelyn
Level I

Adding Duplicate Rows

Quick question,

I am working on moving columns from one data table over to another.  The rows don't match up, the place where I am moving the columns has 4 times more rows.  Is there a way that I can duplicate every row three times to make the copying and pasting easier?

Thanks!

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Re: Adding Duplicate Rows

Have you investigated the Tables > Join command? The default method to match rows but there is another option, Cartesian, to match every row in one table with every row in the other table. I can't tell from your description if this way will work but it is worth looking into.

See Help > Books > Using JMP > Reshape Data chapter > Join section.

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txnelson
Super User

Re: Adding Duplicate Rows

Go to

     Tables==Concatinate

There you can specify to concatinate your current data table 3 times concat.GIF

 

Jim
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Re: Adding Duplicate Rows

Have you investigated the Tables > Join command? The default method to match rows but there is another option, Cartesian, to match every row in one table with every row in the other table. I can't tell from your description if this way will work but it is worth looking into.

See Help > Books > Using JMP > Reshape Data chapter > Join section.

Learn it once, use it forever!

View solution in original post

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Roselle_Grant
Level II

Re: Adding Duplicate Rows

This helped me... Thanks!
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