With "Conditional" option enabled in Data filter, there are these circles with numbers.
In attached example, :weight is the third column in filter sequence.
The question is: is there some way to change the third column to :height
without reseting entire filter with "Clear" button?
Not sure if this is what you are asking, but you can delete variables from their 'little red triangle' then add them back again. Using a script:
NamesDefaultToHere(1); dt = Open("$SAMPLE_DATA/Big Class.jmp"); tab = dt << Tabulate( Show Control Panel( 0 ), Add Table( Row Table( Grouping Columns( :name ) ) ) ); ldf = tab << Local Data Filter( Conditional, Add Filter( columns( :age, :sex, :weight), Where( :age == 14 ), Where( :sex == "M" ) ) ); Wait(2); ldf << delete(:weight); ldf << addFilter(Columns(:height));
Depending on the details of the use case, you might also be able to exploit the 'Favourites' feature of the local data filter.
I am looking for simple/without script/without delete solution.
The best solution may be a right click and "Remove from filter sequence" option or something.
I guess, there is no solution for this right now.
Unfortunatly, changing column location in data filter doesnt change
its filter sequence in conditional data filter logic
(if I drag weight column, it still has a circle with number three in it)
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