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Sep 26, 2014 1:49 AM
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Hi There,

I am having difficulty in seeing the predicted formula that is supposed to be save in the data table when I run the save predicted formula option from the PLS. I am using a JMP 5.1.2

Anyone able to help me on this?

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Sep 26, 2014 9:14 PM
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Hi albiruni81,

In order to help, can you explain a little bit more about the steps you are taking to save that formula column? When saving a formula column it should be appended to the end of your table as a new column. To reveal the formula in the column, you can right click the column name then select "Formula."

Julian

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Sep 28, 2014 6:23 PM
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Hi Julian,

Thanks for your reply, basically I'm using the PLS function in JMP 5.1.2, after generating the PLS function, i tried to select the save prediction formula besides the 'PLS' option but I can see any formula appearing in the original table. Hope this explain this, because what I understand from PLS is that it actually create a derived X variables to generate the Y = X relationship, I would like to know how does my original factors is related to the derived x variables

Irfan

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Sep 28, 2014 10:06 PM
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Hi Irfan,

Hmm, it sounds like you're saving the formula correctly, but can you explain a bit more about how you're setting up your model / what options you are using? I don't have access to a copy of JMP 5 (current version is 11) so I won't be able to try your exact methods, but hopefully I can help you track down what is going awry. As a general troubleshooting strategy, I would try fitting a model and saving a formula column with a completely different dataset to see if perhaps there is something strange happening with these particular data or model.

Julian