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Jul 12, 2017 9:14 AM
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Trying to use jsl script to copy a row of data that was selected from a fit y by x and paste that to another table (BigClass2). Using the Big Class table, Oneway Analysis of height By name, I select one point on the chart which selects the row in the table. I can get the row number but cannot find how to copy the selected cell values. Searched forum and did not locate a solution.

Any help would be appreciated.

dt = Data Table( "Big Class" );

dt2 = Data Table( "BigClass2" );

sel = dt << Get Selected Rows;

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Jul 12, 2017 12:02 PM
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Solution

Make the subset invisible, then delete it when no longer needed.

```
dt = Open( "$sample_data/Big Class.jmp" );
dt2 = subset( dt );
dt << select rows( {2, 4, 6} );
dt3 = dt << subset( Selected Rows( 1 ), Selected columns only( 0 ),invisible );
dt2 << concatenate( dt3, AppendToFirstTable( 1 ) );
close(dt3,"nosave");
```

Craige

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Jul 12, 2017 10:22 AM
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Here's one approach using data table subscripting (needs JMP 13); it depends on the table columns being identically ordered.

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

dt2 = subset( dt );

dt << select rows( {2, 4, 6} );

sel = dt << Get Selected Rows; // [2,4,6]

seldata = dt[sel, 0]; // {{"LOUISE", 12, "F", 61, 123}, {"J...

oldend = N Rows( dt2 ); // 40

dt2 << addrows( N Items( seldata ) ); // add 3 rows to end

// copy the seldata to the end, one after the old end

dt2[oldend + 1 :: oldend + N Items( seldata ), 0] = seldata;

Here's an approach using concatenation:

```
dt = Open( "$sample_data/Big Class.jmp" );
dt2 = subset( dt );
dt << select rows( {2, 4, 6} );
dt3 = dt << subset( Selected Rows( 1 ), Selected columns only( 0 ) );
dt2 << concatenate( dt3, AppendToFirstTable( 1 ) );
```

Craige

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Jul 12, 2017 11:33 AM
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Hi Craige,

Thank you for the quick reply.

The columns are identically ordered. Using JMP 11 so the data table subscripting does not seem to work. See screenshot below.

The concatenation script opens a subset table which I do not require. I have 2 tables open, one table generates a chart. From this chart I select specific points that are to be copied to another table. I will be selecting a single data point and then run the script to copy the data over the the table. Then select another point and run the script.

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Jul 12, 2017 11:42 AM
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Jul 12, 2017 12:02 PM
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Make the subset invisible, then delete it when no longer needed.

```
dt = Open( "$sample_data/Big Class.jmp" );
dt2 = subset( dt );
dt << select rows( {2, 4, 6} );
dt3 = dt << subset( Selected Rows( 1 ), Selected columns only( 0 ),invisible );
dt2 << concatenate( dt3, AppendToFirstTable( 1 ) );
close(dt3,"nosave");
```

Craige

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Jul 13, 2017 7:13 AM
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