I'm creating a rather large Profiler plot with many fits and standard error formulas. JMP keeps telling me "Profiler will be faster by decreasing Default N Levels".
I have aleady reduced the default n levels in JSL that creates the plots to a level that I don't want to go below. Is there a way to ignore this alert window? I accept profiler will be a bit sluggish and I'm ok with it. I don't want this to keep popping up repeatedly.
Alternatively, is it possible to send a "press OK" command using JSL to that window? I could add that after my profiler plot generating code.
Thanks for the help!
Worked like a charm!
Quick note for others who need this solution:
Add a "Batch Interactive( 0 )" somewhere appropriate along the execution afterwards. Otherwise it's not possible to quit JMP. I just surrounded my profiler code with "batch interactive(1)" and "batch interactive(0)".
I see that Batch Interactive( 0|1 ) is in the list of JMP commands ( Show Commands() ), but where is this documented?
BTW, thank you for the heads up on this.
Batch Interactive() was documented in the JMP Help as late as JMP 13 (in the Utility Function section of the JSL syntax reference). However, it's a bit of an oddity that it's nowhere to be found in the 14 docs. I'll see if I can get to the bottom of that.
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