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Calculation of space below the graph

Mar 27, 2019 8:06 AM
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Hi all,

I need to calculate the space below the graph, how do i do it using JMP?

can i set limits?

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Re: Calculation of space below the graph

Are you specifically setting a window size, placing a graph in the window, and then needing to know the space below the graph, to the bottom of the declared window? By default, JMP dynamically grows windows and when the information goes beyond the window size, JMP will add scroll bars. Could you please provide more detail on exactly what you are looking for?

Jim

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thank you Jim for the rapid answer. I attached example from Excel. I want to know/calculate the blue area. how can i do it by JMP?

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Re: Calculation of space below the graph

You did not mention which version of JMP you are using. JMP has several methods to do this. In the main menu, Help > Scripting Index, look up Area Under Curve and Integrate

Of course, there are other methods that can be scripted such as trapezoidal methods, and methods with conversion.

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