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Ted
Ted
Level IV

Graph Builder

The question is about the Graph Builder (please, see the picture)

 

 

Many thanks!

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statman
Level VII

Re: Graph Builder

I'm probably the wrong person to answer, but you can change the scale of the Y axis by double clicking on it (lots of options including Min, Max, Increment, font, reference lines, et. al.).  The greyed boxes are drop zones.  Simply drag a column into the zone.  Depending on the graph you choose (e.g., bubble plot), it will change the size of the plot.

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txnelson
Super User

Re: Graph Builder

In JMP 13, you can set the label font by setting the  "Text" font size in the 

     File==>Preferences==>Fonts

Jim

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statman
Level VII

Re: Graph Builder

I'm probably the wrong person to answer, but you can change the scale of the Y axis by double clicking on it (lots of options including Min, Max, Increment, font, reference lines, et. al.).  The greyed boxes are drop zones.  Simply drag a column into the zone.  Depending on the graph you choose (e.g., bubble plot), it will change the size of the plot.

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Ted
Ted
Level IV

Re: Graph Builder

Thank you, but these numbers (3, 5 and 7) are not controlled by the axis (it's obvious).
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stan_koprowski
Community Manager Community Manager

Re: Graph Builder

Hi @Ted,

The graph label font size can be adjusted through a preference setting.

image.png

  • Go to File-->Preferences
  • Select Fonts
  • Select Graph Labels

Modify Graph LabelsModify Graph Labels

 

cheers,

Stan

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Ted
Ted
Level IV

Re: Graph Builder

I do not have such in my JMP pro 13.0.0

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txnelson
Super User

Re: Graph Builder

In JMP 13, you can set the label font by setting the  "Text" font size in the 

     File==>Preferences==>Fonts

Jim

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