On the Tabulate red triangle menu you can select "Make Into Data Table". Then, in the resulting table you can do File->Save As and select Save As Type "Excel Workbook". You didn't say what version you are running, or under what operating system, but this should be similar if you are using a Mac. You would just need to use Export instead of File Save As.
You can save the Tabulate output to a text file, which you can then bring into Excel. Here is a simple illustration of saving the output to text
Names Default To Here( 1 ); dt = Open( "$SAMPLE_DATA/big class.jmp" ); tab = tb = Tabulate( Show Control Panel( 0 ), Add Table( Row Table( Grouping Columns( :age, :name ) ) ), Display Column Width( Row Label( "name" ), 70 ) ); Report( tb )[tabulatebox( 1 )] << save text( "$TEMP/tab.txt" );
I opened Excel, then went to File==>Open, and browsed to the text file. Selected it and when the file was attempting to open, it brought up the Text Impor Wizard.
and it then opened the file
I opened the excel wizard, but mine looks different from yours as attached. And I don't have the 437 origin like you did. However I managed to paste it to Notes first and then paste it to excel and it worked. Thank you very much!
Can I ask why you want to export a Tabulate result in JMP to Excel? Reason I'm asking if it's just so a non JMP user can 'see' the tabulate report there are variety of means to accomplish this. Copy/paste to the destination Microsoft application can work. You can also get more elegant and publish a Web Report...so lots of ways to share your JMP discoveries with others...if that's the primary reason for getting JMP created content into other applications or file structures.
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