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Identify Vertices/Edges points (point type) in a Mixture Design plot

hello, I have a JMP table built with points from a Mixture DOE. I would like to identify which points are Vertices, Edges and Interiors. The Help menu indicates a script but i can't manage to use it. Is there an easy way to obtain this information? Thanks
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louv

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Jun 23, 2011

Re: Identify Vertices/Edges points (point type) in a Mixture Design plot

I mark the rows according to the type of mixture settings utilizing the row pulldown menu. I choose the rows of interest and select the appropriate marker and color for the settings so that they have visual identity in the output graphics produced. I use the dynamic linking capability of the distribution platform and/or data filter to select the desired set of rows to globally change them back in the table with the corresponding markers and colors. Hope this helps.

Re: Identify Vertices/Edges points (point type) in a Mixture Design plot

I thought it was possible that JMP automatically creates a specific column indicating the Type of point (vertex, edge, etc...) for each row of the table. But I can't manage to find this option...
Thanks for your help

Re: Identify Vertices/Edges points (point type) in a Mixture Design plot

The Ternary Plot helps in visualizing mixture designs. You will be able to see which points are corners, interior, etc. If you have a fitted model, you can also use the Mixture Profiler.
louv

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Jun 23, 2011

Re: Identify Vertices/Edges points (point type) in a Mixture Design plot

I think I found what you were looking for.
If you go to Program Files>SAS>JMP>Support Files English>Sample Scripts>Label Mixture Points.jsl
Run the script with your Mixture DOE table open and it will generate a new column and label your points.
louv

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Jun 23, 2011

Re: Identify Vertices/Edges points (point type) in a Mixture Design plot

I think I found what you were looking for.
If you go to Program Files>SAS>JMP>Support Files English>Sample Scripts>Label Mixture Points.jsl
Run the script with your Mixture DOE table open and it will generate a new column and label your points.