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oneway unusually large number of levels warning?

how to turn of  wrning in  oneway plot? "unusually large number of levels warning"?

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txnelson
Super User

Re: oneway unusually large number of levels warning?

What version of JMP are you using?

Is the JMP platform you are using the Oneway platform?  Fit Y by X, with one Ordinal or Nominal column, and one Continuous column?

How many levels do you actually have?

Jim
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Re: oneway unusually large number of levels warning?

I am using JMP14 and using Oneway platform.

Thank you

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txnelson
Super User

Re: oneway unusually large number of levels warning?

I can not find a specific reference to your specified Warning Message.  I suggest you contact JMP Support at:

     support@jmp.com

Jim
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Re: oneway unusually large number of levels warning?

Ok, so it took me a while to simulate the problem so that i can post it here.

follow below steps

1. run the script code below. it will give a one way chart.

2. on the oneway chart.... Red menu triangle>>Redo>>Relaunch ananlysis>>Ok

 

Names Default To Here( 1 );
dt = New Table( "Little Class",
	Add Rows( 10000 ),
	New Column( "name",
		numeric,
		Nominal,
		formula( "L_"||char(Random integer( 1, 6000 )); )
	),
	New Column( "height", numeric, Continuous, formula(Random normal( 2, 2.5 ); ) )
);
ya="height"; xa="name";
dataTable( "Little Class")<<Oneway(Y(:eval(ya)), X(:eval(xa)), Automatic Recalc(0), Box Plots(1));
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txnelson
Super User

Re: oneway unusually large number of levels warning?

Thanks for digging until you figured out how to recreate the error.  Unfortunatly, I am not aware of how to eliminate the warning messsage.  

Jim
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