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Rob128
Level II

Saving graph distribution and window generated by script.

Hello, 

 

Here is my issue.

I wrote different script to analyse a lot of datatable.

Some scripts are generating Graph distribution and others are generating Window with specified data calculated.



//*First type of graphics generated that fit in a project*/
New Window( "Distribution du target status", H List Box( For( p = 2, p <= dim, p++, nom = "target_status " || Char( p ); col = Column( nom ); corner = Contains(cornerList, nom); If ( corner == 0, Distribution( Uniform Scaling( 1 ), Continuous Distribution( Column( col ), Show Percents( 1 ), Show Counts( 1 ) ) ); ); ); ) );

/******************************************************************************/
/* Second type of data that doesn't fit in a project */
/Display wrong data
title = "Statistic status";
content1 = Text Box( "Nombre de target status valide : " );
content2 = Text Box( v );
content3 = Text Box( "Nombre de target status non valide : " );
content4 = Text Box( c );
//content5 = Text Box( "Nombre de bavure : " );
//content6 = Text Box( b );
//content7 = Text Box( "No target in previous range : ");
//content8 = Text Box( n );
content9 = Text Box( "Ratio : " );
content10 = Text Box( r );
New Window( title, content1, content2, content3, content4, /*content5, content6, content7, content8,*/ content9, content10 );

I'm using  7 scripts that are generating 15 different data analysis. I would like to save, the datatable modified, graphics distribution generated and windows generated in one .pdf. 

At the moment I'm clicing a lot to save data table and distrubtion graph associated in a project, and I screen shot windows that can't go in project.

File > New > Project or Ctrl + Shift + P

It's a huge waste of time. I need to find a way to save everything in a .pdf where I can read vertically form top to bottom each graphics in order I generated them.

 

Ps : I think I can merge all my sript in one if It could help...

 

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txnelson
Super User

Re: Saving graph distribution and window generated by script.

What you need to do, is,

1. At the beginning of your script, open a JMP Journal

     ex: 

          myJournal = New Window( "Journal", << journal );

2. As you generate your data tables and results, move a copy to the above mentioned JMP Journal

3. At the end of your processing, all you have to do is to save the JMP Journal to a PDF format.

Jim

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txnelson
Super User

Re: Saving graph distribution and window generated by script.

What you need to do, is,

1. At the beginning of your script, open a JMP Journal

     ex: 

          myJournal = New Window( "Journal", << journal );

2. As you generate your data tables and results, move a copy to the above mentioned JMP Journal

3. At the end of your processing, all you have to do is to save the JMP Journal to a PDF format.

Jim

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Rob128
Level II

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