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Understanding the Report Layer

Started ‎11-08-2022 by
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So, you need to understand the report layer of built-in JMP platforms if you want to design and make your own custom reports using elements of those platforms. Your custom report can include simple copies, or clones, of platform elements, as well as new tabular or graphical displays based on results your script harvests from a platform. These custom windows can report new results and capabilities. Here's an example of a tabbed custom report where the script harvested the means and standard deviations from the Oneway platform to calculate the coefficient of variation -- %CV -- for the different levels in the data, and the raw and derived data are presented in the custom report. This custom report even incorporates a live Graph Builder platform in the first tab. So, what is the report layer? Well, it's a collection of elements that displays information in an organized structure, and the elements that make up the report layer are called display boxes. To access the report layer, you have to obtain an object reference to it, and you obtain that reference through the analysis layer.