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May 1, 2017 12:37 AM
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all i use the samlpe which named thickness.JMP to produce a new file by summary。 but i don not know to how to add one formula with JSL in summary table。

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Your formula involves division. It requires numeric data columns for this compuation. Your result is set up for a new column with the character data type. If that is what you want, then wrap the division inside the Char() function to satisfy the data type.

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Re: how to add a new formula with JSL？

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Re: how to add a new formula with JSL？

To create the summary table first and then add a formula column to it, save a reference to the table when you create it:

```
//Save reference to the newly created summary table.
dt = Data Table( "Thickness" ) << Summary( Group( :Bar ), N, Mean( :Thickness 01 ) );
//Send a message to the new table to create the new column.
dt << New Column( "New formula column",
Character,
Formula(
If( :Name( "Mean(Thickness 01)" ) > 0.04,
"normal",
"thin"
)
)
);
```

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Re: how to add a new formula with JSL？

i want to calculate " Thickness 01/N rows ". JSL is below, that is right? dt << New Column( "New formula column", Character, Formula( :Name( "Thickness 01) / :Name( "N rows"));

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Your formula involves division. It requires numeric data columns for this compuation. Your result is set up for a new column with the character data type. If that is what you want, then wrap the division inside the Char() function to satisfy the data type.

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Re: how to add a new formula with JSL？

I am stuck with a simialr issue. I perform division operation in one column and then need to transpose the table.Running into issue while I try to do this.

```
dtIn << New Column("Max Size ",Character,format("best",8),Formula(
:Name("Max Size") = (2500/:Min Size))
);
//check for empty columns and delete if any
dt = Current Data Table();
names = dt << Get Column Names();
dt1 = dt << Missing Data Pattern(columns(Eval(names)), invisible);
n = N Row(dt1);
For(i = N Col(dt), i >= 1, i--,
If(Col Sum(Column(dt1, i + 3)) < n,
Remove From(names, i)
)
);
Try(dt << delete columns(names));
Close(dt1, nosave);
//Get all coulmn names
allcolnames = dt << get column names(string);
show(allcolnames);
for (i = 1, i <= nitems(allcolnames), i++,
column(dt, allcolnames[i]) << data type(Character,"Nominal");
);
```

But getting an error becuase of the formula -

Cannot convert argument to a number [or matrix] 1 times At rows: 2 Operation: Divide, 2500 / /*###*/:Min Size/*###*/

Formula evaluation errors have been ignored

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Re: how to add a new formula with JSL？

I am assuming that you have a pointer to your data table called

dtInput

but not one called

dtIn

Jim

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Re: how to add a new formula with JSL？

That's a typo. I have pointer to data table called dtIn.