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Sep 3, 2018 8:50 AM
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Hi,

I am using the JMP the basic version, not JMP pro and would like to know how to retrieve from JMP the distribution we get when using proc univariate in SAS base.

Thank You

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Given the architecture of SAS is different from JMP there is no single equivalent. The closest match is the D

@Statistician wrote:Hi,

I am using the JMP the basic version, not JMP pro and would like to know how to retrieve from JMP the distribution we get when using proc univariate in SAS base.

Thank You

istribution platform in JMP, however Proc Univariate does a lot of different analyses (as Procs often do in SAS), so you may find some analyses in other JMP platforms. If you cannot find the Proc Univariate equivalent in Distribution, you can always search Help for that particular topic. Hope this helps.

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Sorry, somehow the quote embedded in the middle of the reply – no doubt user error. Look below and you should see the remainder. Basically the Distribution platform is the closest match overall.

Phil

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Given the architecture of SAS is different from JMP there is no single equivalent. The closest match is the D

@Statistician wrote:Hi,

I am using the JMP the basic version, not JMP pro and would like to know how to retrieve from JMP the distribution we get when using proc univariate in SAS base.

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istribution platform in JMP, however Proc Univariate does a lot of different analyses (as Procs often do in SAS), so you may find some analyses in other JMP platforms. If you cannot find the Proc Univariate equivalent in Distribution, you can always search Help for that particular topic. Hope this helps.

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Re: What's the equivalent of Proc Univariate in JMP

Hello Phil,

Sorry you haven't finished the sentence...you said ' The closest match is the D'?

What's the D?

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Sorry, somehow the quote embedded in the middle of the reply – no doubt user error. Look below and you should see the remainder. Basically the Distribution platform is the closest match overall.

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Re: What's the equivalent of Proc Univariate in JMP

Given the architecture of SAS is different from JMP there is no single equivalent. The closest match is the Distribution platform in JMP, however Proc Univariate does a lot of different analyses (as Procs often do in SAS), so you may find some analyses in other JMP platforms. If you cannot find the Proc Univariate equivalent in Distribution, you can always search Help for that particular topic. Hope this helps.

Jim