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May 20, 2015 1:17 PM
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This add-in performs local control analysis along with several interactive graphical and statistical options. Local Control estimates treatment effects within clusters of subjects as described in Lopiano, Obenchain, and Young (2014). You can interactively select the number of clusters and cumulatively compare results. This kind of analysis is useful for handling subgroups in observational or experimental data.
JSL code for this add-in was originally written by Bob Obenchain and Stan Young.
To install the add-in, download the .jmpaddin file below and then drag it onto your JMP window. To run it, first open a JMP table for which you wish to perform a local control analysis then click Add-Ins > Local Control > Dialog.