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gene

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Jun 23, 2011

Why does a project recalculate all the models included in the project

Every time I reopen a project JMP Pro recalculates all the models (LASSO, Ridgem PLS, ...) that I have included in model comparisons.  Is that what I should expect.  For some of the models it can take a bit of time to recalculate solution paths.

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txnelson

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Re: Why does a project recalculate all the models included in the project

A saved project is saved in a JSL format, not in a Output Display structure, therefore, it has to re-execute the script to create the output.  If you do not want this behavior to continue, then you can save the output from your analyses to a Journal, and than close the original analysis before you save the project.

Jim
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txnelson

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Re: Why does a project recalculate all the models included in the project

A saved project is saved in a JSL format, not in a Output Display structure, therefore, it has to re-execute the script to create the output.  If you do not want this behavior to continue, then you can save the output from your analyses to a Journal, and than close the original analysis before you save the project.

Jim
gene

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Jun 23, 2011

Re: Why does a project recalculate all the models included in the project

Thanks for your answer.  A quick follow-up.  So when I create a bunch of derivative tables such as summary tables, these are not saved anywhere?  They are simply recreated when I open the project?  I guess that warrants being careful perhaps.

txnelson

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Re: Why does a project recalculate all the models included in the project

yes
Jim