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friederike_klug

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Joined:

Mar 10, 2015

How to extract Parameter Estimates of Reciprocals (i.e. make into data table) derived from Bivariates Fit Special?

First of all, my Bivariate Analysis works well. Unfortunately "Make Into Data Table"-Reporting doesn't (meaning, jmp does not create any output table).

I applied the following script:

dt = Current Data Table ();

biv = dt << Bivariate(

                                   Y( :Y ),

                                   X( :X ),

                              Fit Special(

                              xTran( "Reciprocal" ),

                              {Line Color( "BlueCyan" ), Line Width( 2 )}

));

//Note: Parameter Estimates are in TableBox3

rep = Report (biv [1]) [TableBox(3)]  << Make Combined Data Table;

Do you know the correct scipt for exporting the parameter estimates to a new table?

I really would appreciate your help so much!


1 REPLY
ian_jmp

Staff

Joined:

Jun 23, 2011

Re: How to extract Parameter Estimates of Reciprocals (i.e. make into data table) derived from Bivariates Fit Special?

You were very close . . .

NamesDefaultToHere(1);

// Data

dt = New Table ("X and Y",

  NewColumn("X", Numeric, Continuous, Formula(RandomNormal())),

  NewColumn("Y", Numeric, Continuous, Formula(RandomNormal())),

  NewColumn("By", Numeric, Nominal, Formula(RandomInteger(1, 3))),

  AddRows(100)

  );

// Biveriate analysis: biv is a list, one item for each level of the 'By' variable

biv = dt << Bivariate(

    Y( :Y ),

    X( :X ),

    By( :By ),

                           Fit Special(

    xTran( "Reciprocal" ),

    {Line Color( "BlueCyan" ), Line Width( 2 )}

  )

  );

// A reference to the report layer: bivRep is also a list

bivRep = biv << Report;

// 'Make Combined Data Table' avoids having to message to each item in 'bivRep'

dt2 = bivRep [1] [TableBox(3)]  << Make Combined Data Table;