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Nov 10, 2019 4:17 AM
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Hi, it my first day on JMP, so basicly it is very simple question...

I would like to add a formula row to the tabel.

how can I do that?

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A formula can not be added directly to the display from the Tabulate Platform. What you need to do, is to go to the Red Triangle in the Tablulate Output, and select "Make into Data Table". Once the table is created, you can then add a formula to the table.

Jim

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Nov 12, 2019 7:28 AM
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| Posted in reply to message from TalDamri 11-12-2019

Orienting the table differently would make it easier to calculate your percent difference in the manner outlined by txnelson.

Using the data you provided, orient the table this way:

Now right-click and make into data table. Add a column for the formula that you have outlined (pin-countersink)/pin.

I'm sure there are other solutions, but this one does work.

Dan Obermiller

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A formula can not be added directly to the display from the Tabulate Platform. What you need to do, is to go to the Red Triangle in the Tablulate Output, and select "Make into Data Table". Once the table is created, you can then add a formula to the table.

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Re: adding formula to tabulate

Thanks

so what the best way to build a table like this (built with excel...) ?

the columns mean is the results ( of RP2% and Bearing) without separeted to the Variant (GF \ CF+GF)

attached the data file

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| Posted in reply to message from TalDamri 11-12-2019

Orienting the table differently would make it easier to calculate your percent difference in the manner outlined by txnelson.

Using the data you provided, orient the table this way:

Now right-click and make into data table. Add a column for the formula that you have outlined (pin-countersink)/pin.

I'm sure there are other solutions, but this one does work.

Dan Obermiller

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Re: adding formula to tabulate

thanks!

And it is possible to add the data table to Jornal or other report?

And it is possible to add the data table to Jornal or other report?

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Re: adding formula to tabulate

Yes, If there is an open journal you can click on the report or data table, and the use the key stroke, CNTL/J and it will be copied to the open journal.

All of this is documented in the Using JMP document, available under the Help pull down menu.

Jim

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