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Feb 24, 2016 7:50 AM
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Hello everyone,

I would like to find a way, using JSL, to precise if I want to "fit separately" or "fit together" when there is missing values different across Y columns.

The following script enables to fit separately:

Fit Group(

Fit Model(

Y( :Y1 ),

Effects( :X ),

Personality( "Standard Least Squares" ),

Emphasis( "Effect Leverage" ),

Run()

),

Fit Model(

Y( :Y2 ),

Effects( :X ),

Personality( "Standard Least Squares" ),

Emphasis( "Effect Leverage" ),

Run()

)

);

And this one to fit together:

Fit Model(

Y( :Y1, :Y2 ),

Effects( :X ),

Personality( "Standard Least Squares" ),

Emphasis( "Effect Leverage" ),

Run()

);

But my problem is that I need to use the Fit Model function, after cliking on a button.

If I insert the previous script in a Button Box it does not work properly and I do not understand why:

new window("test",bb=button box("Fit Model"));

bb<<set function(

Fit Model(

Y( :Y1, :Y2 ),

Effects( :X ),

Personality( "Standard Least Squares" ),

Emphasis( "Effect Leverage" ),

Run()

)

);

When I click on the button, JMP opens the window to ask the user if he want to fit separately or fit together, instead of directly fitting together.

Do you have an idea of how I could fix this ?

Thanks in advance.

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Solution

It is strange and it may be a bug.

As a workaround, try a where-clause:

bb1 << **set function****(** New Window**(**"Fit Model Together",

Fit Model**(**

Y**(**:height, :weight**)**,

Effects**(**:sex**)**,

Personality**(**"Standard Least Squares"**)**,

Emphasis**(**"Effect Leverage"**)**,

where**(**!Is Missing**(**:height**)** & !Is Missing**(**:weight**))**,

Run**()**

**)**

**)**

**)**;

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Feb 25, 2016 2:02 AM
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Yes, I see the effect too (JMP 12.1 on the Mac).

If you press the 'Together' button, JMP tries to be helpful and pops up this:

but, if you run the code behind the button directly it doesn't (which is the desired behaviour). No good idea how to stop this, unfortunately. Please mail support@jmp.com and reference this thread.

Names Default To Here**(** **1** **)**;

dt = Open**(** "$SAMPLE_DATA/Big Class.jmp" **)**;

// Decimate the responses a little to make a difference between the fits

Column**(**dt, "height"**)[**RandomIndex**(**NRow**(**dt**)**, **10****)]** = **.**;

Column**(**dt, "weight"**)[**RandomIndex**(**NRow**(**dt**)**, **10****)]** = **.**;

New Window**(** "test", bb1 = Button Box**(** "Fit Model Together" **)**, bb2 = Button Box**(** "Fit Model Separately" **)** **)**;

bb1 << **set function****(**

NewWindow**(**"Fit Model Together",

Fit Model**(**

Y**(** :height, :weight **)**,

Effects**(** :sex **)**,

Personality**(** "Standard Least Squares" **)**,

Emphasis**(** "Effect Leverage" **)**,

Run**()**

**)**

**)**

**)**;

bb2 << **set function****(**

NewWindow**(**"Fit Model Separately",

Fit Model**(**

Y**(** :height**)**,

Effects**(** :sex **)**,

Personality**(** "Standard Least Squares" **)**,

Emphasis**(** "Effect Leverage" **)**,

Run**()**

**)**,

Fit Model**(**

Y**(** :weight**)**,

Effects**(** :sex **)**,

Personality**(** "Standard Least Squares" **)**,

Emphasis**(** "Effect Leverage" **)**,

Run**()**

**)**

**)**

**)**;

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Feb 25, 2016 2:44 AM
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Just want to add that the pop-up is suppressed if *Fit Model* is explicitly told to fit separately.

bb1 << **set function****(**

NewWindow**(**"Fit Model Together",

Fit Model**(**

Y**(** :height, :weight **)**,

Effects**(** :sex **)**,

Personality**(** "Standard Least Squares" **)**,

Emphasis**(** "Effect Leverage" **)**,

** Run(****"Fit Separately"****)**

**)**

**)**

**)**;

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Feb 25, 2016 2:55 AM
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Indeed it works easily and perfectly with "Fit Separately", thanks !

Unfortunately I have tried with "Fit Together" and the pop-up still appears. Is there another way to precise explicitly that we want to fit together?

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It is strange and it may be a bug.

As a workaround, try a where-clause:

bb1 << **set function****(** New Window**(**"Fit Model Together",

Fit Model**(**

Y**(**:height, :weight**)**,

Effects**(**:sex**)**,

Personality**(**"Standard Least Squares"**)**,

Emphasis**(**"Effect Leverage"**)**,

where**(**!Is Missing**(**:height**)** & !Is Missing**(**:weight**))**,

Run**()**

**)**

**)**

**)**;

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Feb 25, 2016 4:52 AM
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Thanks a lot! I wouldn't have thought using a where clause right here.

Furthermore I have just found an other interesting discussion:

Re: A JSL scripting question: JMP alert Please select the rows to be deleted

Using the option *Batch interactive* seems to fix the problem as well.

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Feb 25, 2016 5:21 AM
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