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Expand your analytic skills by attending weekly live, online presentations led by our technical experts. These webcasts are designed specifically with JMP users in mind. Topics include data preparation, data visualization, modeling, design of experiments and more. Register now for all the webcasts that interest you, and we will remind you before each one.
When one JMP user had a problem with conditional statements in the JMP Scripting Language, the user posted a question to the JMP software community. After a couple of exchanges with another community member, the user had the answer to the problem. "Bingo! Thank you very much! That solved it, and it runs correctly now," the user wrote. Check out this discussion, and then tap into the experience and knowledge of the JMP software community for your own questions – or help out a fellow JMP user.
… copying axis settings? If you spend a lot of time getting one axis just right and that same column or similar columns should look the same, JMP makes it easy to make axes identical. Just right-click on the axis and choose Edit->Copy Axis Settings. Then go to another axis and right-click and choose Edit->Paste Axis Settings. If you hold the Control/Command key down as you choose Paste Axis Settings, you'll broadcast that command to all the similar axes in the report and change them all at once.
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