I am having trouble reading an internet table. The table is internal to our company, so I am not able to share the link. I am using JMP12.
An example of the table source code and error messages are attached. Any ideas about how to resolve this? Or even better: is it possible to script around this?
I'm not the expert on Internet Open, but, looking at your HTML snippet, you've got <TD> tags appearing outside the context of <TR> tags. I dummied up a quick example, and data that was present in <TD> tags that were not enclosed in <TR> tags shows up in the browser, but JMP Internet Open does not find that data. My understanding is that <TD> tags *must* be nested inside of <TR> tags in correct HTML.
Also, I don't see a closing </TABLE> tag, although I might have missed it. JMP definitely does not like a missing closing </TABLE> tag.
While you're at it, if "run", "context", "reads (100/250K)", "readlength (2K)", etc., are supposed to be headers, you'd be better off if they were in <TH> tags rather than <TD> tags. If they are in <TH> tags, they will automatically be set as column names. In <TD> tags, they are going to be assumed to be the first row of data. Here is an example: