Hello JMP Community,
I am working on a project and would like to analyze strings of data to determine statistical differences in clusters of XY coordinate data. Specifically, I would like to be able to determine if string 1 is less dispersed than string 2.
I have made a mock dataset (attached) that illustrates the type of data I am looking to analyze. Additionally, I have attached a file that examples the methodology I would like to explore. Unfortunately, I'm still learning JMP Pro (I have JMP Pro 11.2) and haven't been able to figure out how to tackle this analysis.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Mock Data Attached.
I'm not exactly sure what you are interested in, but I will attach a JMP data table (BGC Mock Data 2.jmp) constructed from your mock data by stacking the X and Y columns. The table contains a few scripts. Here is what they do:
The Source script (select Edit) shows how the data table was constructed.
For the remaining scripts, select Run Script:
Now, having done all of this, please look at the attached data table BGC Mock Data 1.jmp. Run the script. It shows a scatterplot of the X and Y coordinates where the points are colored. There is a density ellipse for each bullet. The ellipses would suggest that the points don't follow a circular normal distribution. To better see the points, select Rows > Color or Mark by Column, select Bullet, check the box next to Make Window with Legend, and click OK. A Legend window appears. Click on the Bullet numbers to see them highlighted in the plot.
I hope this helps you some.