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Have syntax for specifying multiple consecutive columns

This script works.

 

 

dt << New Column( "FrontPeak",
	"numeric",
	"continuous",
	setFormula(
		If( :DISPENSESPEED == 1550,
			Maximum(
				:R029,
				:R030,
				:R031,
				:R032,
				:R033,
				:R034,
				:R035,
				:R036,
				:R037,
				:R038
			) * 1000,
			.
		)
	)
);

 

However it would be nice to be able to be able to specify columns :R029 to :R038 or what ever number of columns.

 

Like the excel

 

=AVERAGE(A1:G1)

 

 

 

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Hi @UberBock,

This is not to lessen the value of your request, however, when scripting there is a pretty easy solution since JMP 13. This can also be specified using the formula editor, but it is a little more cumbersome. See the script, the formula and the result below. I don't store formulas in data table unless they are necessary.  The formula editor warns against using Current Data Table() in a formula, so the formula needs the table name. Using my preferred Set Each Value() instead of a formula, the table reference (dt or name in you script) can be used instead of the data table name.

 

Names Default to Here(1);

dt = Open("$Sample_Data/Semiconductor Capability.jmp");

testcol = dt << New Column("Maximum 7-11", numeric, continuous,
	Formula(If(:SITE==5, Maximum(Data Table("Semiconductor Capability")[row(),4::7]) ))
);

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