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Plot 2 set of data (x,y,z1), (x,y, z2) using Graph Builder; then correlate z1 and z2, same (x,y)

Feb 15, 2019 12:23 PM
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I am new to JMP and trying to get started. Please help to advise the followings.

I have several sets of data, (x, y, z1), (x, y, z2,) ..., (x, y, zn).

1. For one set of data (x, y, z1), create a contour plot of z1 on (x, y), using Graph Builder

2. For one set of data (x, y, z1), plot only Z1 vs. (x_0, to x_m), using Graph Builder

3. Plot several sets of the data, say (x,y,z1) and (x,y, z2) using Graph Builder, and overlp the the data on the same plot

Appreciated.

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Re: Plot 2 set of data (x,y,z1), (x,y, z2) using Graph Builder; then correlate z1 and z2, same (x,y)

See in JMP **Help** > **Books** > **Essential Graphing**. You can learn a lot from the descriptions, explanations, and examples. It doesn't take much time and it is time well spent.

Learn it once, use it forever!

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Re: Plot 2 set of data (x,y,z1), (x,y, z2) using Graph Builder; then correlate z1 and z2, same (x,y)

I will also suggest that you can go to the JMP Starter Window to get you going quickly in JMP From the pull down menus go to:

View==>JMP Starter

View==>JMP Starter

Jim