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Y Axis Format

I am returning to my question

https://community.jmp.com/t5/Discussions/Y-Axis-Specification-Format-on-Survival-Plot/m-p/43742

Please explain to me step by step how to do this in JMP 13. So,

Axis Settings => Custom ... (what to do next?)

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Re: Y Axis Format

Removing the percent sign is one of the example cases discussed here: https://www.jmp.com/support/help/14-2/numeric-formats.shtml

 

Excerpted:

"Enables you to define a custom format for a numeric column. Select Custom, click Set Custom Format, and define the format in the Formula Editor window. For example, if you don’t want to display the percentage sign next to a number, select this option and multiply the number by 100. This is an alternative to selecting the Percent format."

 

By default, the formula will come up as "value" - this is a variable that is created to represent the axis values.  You can use numeric transformations of any kind, or you can convert to a string and add units or other styling to the labels.  When the editor comes up, you can use the dialog buttons to add "*" and enter "100", or you can just double-click on the "value" and change the expression to ":value * 100"

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Re: Y Axis Format

Removing the percent sign is one of the example cases discussed here: https://www.jmp.com/support/help/14-2/numeric-formats.shtml

 

Excerpted:

"Enables you to define a custom format for a numeric column. Select Custom, click Set Custom Format, and define the format in the Formula Editor window. For example, if you don’t want to display the percentage sign next to a number, select this option and multiply the number by 100. This is an alternative to selecting the Percent format."

 

By default, the formula will come up as "value" - this is a variable that is created to represent the axis values.  You can use numeric transformations of any kind, or you can convert to a string and add units or other styling to the labels.  When the editor comes up, you can use the dialog buttons to add "*" and enter "100", or you can just double-click on the "value" and change the expression to ":value * 100"