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ravi_jmp
Level I

Deleting columns

I am creating a bunch of new columns in a jmp datasheet and generate a summary table. I am doing all of this as a JMP script. Then I delete the new columns manually, exclude certain rows based on values in a column (manually) and rerun the earlier script. Is there a way to have jmp delete specific columns and exclude specific rows for me, as a script, instead of doing it manually?

Thanks,

Ravi

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ptkguy
Level II

Re: Deleting columns

Something like this should work: (though it may be more complicated depending on the condition you're using to exclude rows)

 

 

dt = data table("Your Table Name");
 
dt<< delete column(column("1st Column to Delete"));
dt<< delete column(column("2nd Column to Delete"));
 
dt<<select where(/*condition for excluding*/);
 
dt<<exclude;

 

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ron_horne
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Re: Deleting columns

hay Ravi,

i thin there is a way, by what criteria do you want do to this? will need more information to help you.

ron

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ptkguy
Level II

Re: Deleting columns

Something like this should work: (though it may be more complicated depending on the condition you're using to exclude rows)

 

 

dt = data table("Your Table Name");
 
dt<< delete column(column("1st Column to Delete"));
dt<< delete column(column("2nd Column to Delete"));
 
dt<<select where(/*condition for excluding*/);
 
dt<<exclude;

 

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