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Jun 1, 2016 5:49 AM
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Hi, I recently downloaded JMP.

1- I used FIT Y by X to compare variables between 2 groups. I went ahead and selected 50 columns. the analysis I got makes me choose to show the means and STD and the t-test for each column. a friend of mine who showed me how to do that on an older version, had all the info ready. is there a better way than tediously selecting it for each variable?

2- is there a way to export just the means, std and p value to a table (other than copying it one by one)

thanks

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Try these "tricks":

1. To broadcast an action to all columns, hold down Ctrl or Cmd key while selecting t-test etc.

2. One way is to right click on a table box in the report and select *Make Combined Data Table*.

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Analyze==>Modeling==>Response Screening will create a data table that will contain the analysis for the comparisons between the groups. You may want to look at it. It runs very fast.

Jim