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how to assign colors and markers to specific values

I have a graph built out, but I would like to assign colors and markers to specific values. I have 8 variables. I would like 5 of them to be a different color and the other 3 to be different markers. How would I go about doing this in the script?

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txnelson
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Re: how to assign colors and markers to specific values

You should be able to interactively change the the graph to the settings you want, and then to go to the red triangle, and select "Save Script".  The script generated will give you the JSL required to make the changes you want.

Jim

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gzmorgan0
Super User

Re: how to assign colors and markers to specific values

This is just to add to Jim's reply. From the JMP main menu select Help>Scripting Index> All Categories find some of these table messages.

If you are learning JSL, look up Row State, in the JMP Scripting Guide.  The example code is meant for Big Class.jmp.

dt<<color by column(:sex);
dt<<marker by column(:sex);


dt<<select where(:sex=="F");
dt<<colors(14)<<markers(15);

dt<<select where(:sex=="M");
dt<<colors(8)<<markers(12);
dt<<clear select;

dt << select rows(1::5);
dt << Colors("Blue");
dt<<clear select;

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txnelson
Super User

Re: how to assign colors and markers to specific values

You should be able to interactively change the the graph to the settings you want, and then to go to the red triangle, and select "Save Script".  The script generated will give you the JSL required to make the changes you want.

Jim

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gzmorgan0
Super User

Re: how to assign colors and markers to specific values

This is just to add to Jim's reply. From the JMP main menu select Help>Scripting Index> All Categories find some of these table messages.

If you are learning JSL, look up Row State, in the JMP Scripting Guide.  The example code is meant for Big Class.jmp.

dt<<color by column(:sex);
dt<<marker by column(:sex);


dt<<select where(:sex=="F");
dt<<colors(14)<<markers(15);

dt<<select where(:sex=="M");
dt<<colors(8)<<markers(12);
dt<<clear select;

dt << select rows(1::5);
dt << Colors("Blue");
dt<<clear select;

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