You seem to be missing how the logic is working. What you have below can never have a sum greater than one.
a Boolean comparison always results in a 0 or a 1.
So if you were checking to see if a variable called X has a value of 22, the comparitor or
X==22 will return a 1 when it is true, and a 0 when it is false.
in your example below, the comparitor of
Fruit+Screener == "2" & Vegitables_Screener == "2" can only be true(1) or False(0).
The sum of this can only be a 0 or a 1, never a 4
Thanks Jim! I tried replacing that 4 with a 1 since I know this combination to be true of at least one row but still nothing was selected. Overall, I am looking to select rows which have "yes" (coded as 1) as answers for at least 3 questions out of a group of 7 total questions (so >=3 total). Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks again!
I suspect that Fruit_scanner and Vegitable_Scanner columns are numeric, not character. In your "Nonworking" example, you specified the comparison as:
Fruit_Scanner=="2".
If Fruit_Scanner is a numerical column the comparison would be:
Fruit_Scanner==2
Also look at the actual values of Fruit_scanner. I thought you indicated that the values were 0 or 1. If that is true then you need to be looking for:
Fruit_Scanner==1
The original reply that I published is the format that needs to be used to get what you want. What is needed are the actual names of the columns and the actual values in those columns. If you can provide that, I think I could give you the JSL
Thanks for the information! Modifying the Fruit_Scanner=="2" to Fruit_Scanner==2 worked like a charm. Using that I was finally able to get the rows I was looking for using the following:
dt = Open( "myfile.jmp" );
dt << Select Where( :testendurance_T1 == 1 | :teststrong_T1 == 1 | Sum( :testenjoy_T1 == 1, :testsad_T1 == 1, :testsports_T1 == 1, :testsleep_T1 == 1,
:testperform_T1 == 1, :testlibido_T1 == 1, :maleenergy_T1 == 1 ) >= 3 );
Thanks again all for everything!