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Jan 10, 2014 12:06 PM
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Hi ALl

Iam trying to draw a Pareto graph in JMP with the following columns in my excel. Can someone help me how to draw a pareto that has cost and cumulative percentage?

Data:-

PONC Summary Cost ($) Cum%

Operator Error 250000 65.8%

Packaging/Hanlding 34013 74.8%

Assembly Realted 25000 78.2%

Equipment function 32000 78.3%

Maintenance 18000 100%

please help me for that sample data

thanks,

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You can click on a bar in the Pareto plot and choose "Causes->Move to Last".

-Jeff

-Jeff

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Re: pareto graph in JMP-please help

I the Pareto Plot dialog you can use **PONC Summary** in the *Y, Cause* role and the **Cost** column in the *Freq* role.

You'll get this pareto plot.

-Jeff

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Re: pareto graph in JMP-please help

Thanks a lot. In pareto graphs, how do we get the "OThers" column at the end of the graph? Thanks

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You can click on a bar in the Pareto plot and choose "Causes->Move to Last".

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