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heena

Community Member

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Jul 31, 2012

run jsl script from command line in linux

Dear community,

I am very new to jmp. i want to use on linux. I have installed jmp on my mac and generated script file. i have many questions

1> how i can install jmp on linux. on this page (http://www.jmp.com/support/system_requirements_jmp.shtml) they say they have linux version but can't find anywhere

2> what is the command for running script from command line? I am familiar with R.i used to run command for r script like this

     Rscript script.R  "output.pdf" "/data.csv" 

how i can of this for JMP script on command line?

3> how i can access command line parameter in script? for eg

     in R if i ran this command Rscript script.R  "output.pdf" "/data.csv" 

     i can get output.pdf and data.csv like this

     args <- commandArgs(TRUE)

     pdfname <- args[1]

     datafile <- args[2]

how i can do in jsl script?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Many thanks.

1 REPLY
Jeff_Perkinson

Community Manager

Joined:

Jun 23, 2011

Re: run jsl script from command line in linux

JMP is not available for Linux.

The system requirements listed on the page referenced are for an older version that is no longer distributed.

-Jeff

-Jeff