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Sep 19, 2014 1:05 PM
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I ran the fit group analysis.

I am looking at the fixed effect test report and I wanted to know if the yellow prob > F values show a positive correlation meaning the higher the value the more positive the effect and the red prob >F values indicate a negative correlation meaning the lower the value the better the result.

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Hi mpatpc,

The coloring on p-values, conditional formatting as it's called in JMP, is based on how small the p-value is. By default, P-values are colored red if they are between 0.01 and 0.05, and p-values are colored yellow if they are less than 0.01.

For platforms that support correlation (such as Analyze > Multivariate) conditional formatting is applied to values on the basis of the degree and direction of correlation.

I hope this helps!

Julian

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Hi mpatpc,

The coloring on p-values, conditional formatting as it's called in JMP, is based on how small the p-value is. By default, P-values are colored red if they are between 0.01 and 0.05, and p-values are colored yellow if they are less than 0.01.

For platforms that support correlation (such as Analyze > Multivariate) conditional formatting is applied to values on the basis of the degree and direction of correlation.

I hope this helps!

Julian