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vince_faller

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Mar 17, 2015

JMP 14.1 process screening

In the 14.1 release notes it says. 

 

In the summary reports in Process Screening and Process Capability, the following values are color coded: Stability Index, Ppk, Cpk, Cp, and Target Index. Green, yellow, and red indicate adequate, marginal, and poor stability or capability. Output for the Save Summary Table option in Process Screening is also color coded. The color coding can be customized or removed.

 

I've tried finding how to change color coding or remove it, and can't find it.  Also, it definitely isn't color coding on the Save Summary Table.  

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gzmorgan0

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Jul 25, 2016

Solution

Re: JMP 14.1 process screening

It appears the color coding is for reports. See Preferences > Reports > Show Conditional Formatting.

The menu item allows Never amd Manage Rules allow you to modify the color settings and to create custom rules.

 

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gzmorgan0

Community Trekker

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Jul 25, 2016

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Re: JMP 14.1 process screening

It appears the color coding is for reports. See Preferences > Reports > Show Conditional Formatting.

The menu item allows Never amd Manage Rules allow you to modify the color settings and to create custom rules.

 

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tonya_mauldin0

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Jan 21, 2015

Re: JMP 14.1 process screening

Color coding of the summary table will be available in a future version of JMP.  As the previous user suggested, you can use preferences to alter the color coding.

Jeff_Perkinson

Community Manager

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Jun 23, 2011

Re: JMP 14.1 process screening

The Process Screening summary statistics are colored in JMP 14.1. In the screen capture below JMP 14.0 is on the left and 14.1 is on the right.

JMPScreenSnapz263.pngJMP 14.0 on the left and 14.1 on the right

As @gzmorgan0 said, you can customize these colors in the Reports section of Preferences using the Manage Rules button.

 

JMPScreenSnapz267.pngPreferences->Reports->Manage Rules

As @tonya_mauldin0 pointed out, it looks like we jumped the gun and documented a planned feature of exporting these colors to the Save Summary table. We'll get the JMP 14.1 release notes updated to remove this.

 

-Jeff