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BHarris
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How do I plot row number in Graph Builder?

As a former gnuplot user, I could plot column "0" as one of the axis, and it would plot the row number on that axis.  

 

Obviously I could do this with a formula column ("row()"), but is there a way to do this without having to create a new column in my table?

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Re: How do I plot row number in Graph Builder?

Right-click on a column name in a dialog box and choose Row > Row. This will add a temporary variable for the row number which can be used like any variable in your data table.

Dan Obermiller

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Re: How do I plot row number in Graph Builder?

Right-click on a column name in a dialog box and choose Row > Row. This will add a temporary variable for the row number which can be used like any variable in your data table.

Dan Obermiller

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BHarris
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Re: How do I plot row number in Graph Builder?

Right-click on the column name in the Graph Builder interface? Wow, I had no idea that existed! Thank you!
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Re: How do I plot row number in Graph Builder?

That feature exists everywhere in JMP, not just the Graph Builder. It is called temporary variables. You can use it for many common transformations/formulas.

Dan Obermiller
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