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Jackknife Predicted Values

pniel

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Jun 23, 2011


Dear developers.

I need to retrieve the predicted value from Jackknife

I saw an example of getting the value from the table in the scripting guide..

myJackVal = column(“Jackknife Distances”)<<Get Property(“Jackknife value”);

Unfortunately I don’t know how to save the values to the data table.

Can someone please help?

Thanks,

Pniel

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michael_jmp

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Jun 23, 2011

Solution

Hello Pniel,

I see that this post is from a while ago, so you might have figured out an answer to your question already. If not, this script might help with what you're trying to do.

 

dt = open( "$SAMPLE_DATA/Cytometry.jmp" );
mv = Multivariate( Y( :ForSc, :SideSc, :CD3, :CD8, :CD4, :MCB ) );
mv << Jackknife Distances( 1, Save Jackknife Distances );
jd = dt:Jackknife Distances << get values;

 


Regards,

Michael

 

Michael Crotty
Sr Statistical Writer
JMP Development
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michael_jmp

Staff

Joined:

Jun 23, 2011

Solution

Hello Pniel,

I see that this post is from a while ago, so you might have figured out an answer to your question already. If not, this script might help with what you're trying to do.

 

dt = open( "$SAMPLE_DATA/Cytometry.jmp" );
mv = Multivariate( Y( :ForSc, :SideSc, :CD3, :CD8, :CD4, :MCB ) );
mv << Jackknife Distances( 1, Save Jackknife Distances );
jd = dt:Jackknife Distances << get values;

 


Regards,

Michael

 

Michael Crotty
Sr Statistical Writer
JMP Development
UserLightNew

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Aug 28, 2017

Thanks for the helpful answer, Michael. With regard to Jackknife distances, in the graph I can see an UCL value being displayed as well as a horizontal dashed line marking the UCL value. When I tried to extract the UCL value I realized it is stored in a FrameBox. Is there any way to extract the UCL value through JSL?

 

 

txnelson

Super User

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Jun 22, 2012

If you save the Jackknife distancies, the column that is saved has a Column Property called Jackknife Value.  You can retrieve that value with

     UCL = col << get property( "Jackknife Value" )

Jim