One of the things you can do with JMP is build an interactive user interface using display boxes. For instance, you might be interested in building a custom add-in, creating an interactive display for your data, or a custom report. If so, you've come to the right place!
I have been working on a project to create a custom add-in builder that allows users to create a custom JMP add-in that accesses R functions. This allows users to define their own R functions packaged in a JMP user interface. Building a wizard that generates a user interface display requires a lot of display box manipulation in JSL (JMP Scripting Language).
Thus, some of my best friends have been these handy JMP scripting help articles, accumulated after weeks of research:
Since friends don't let friends waste time googling very specific UI display functions in JSL using 17 different keyword combinations, I compiled a "Display Box Construction 101" resource kit that can jump-start you on your journey to building complex UIs.
Creating Variable Amounts of Variables (as if there aren't enough variables already)
Happy scripting, and best of luck in your UI building adventures! Let me know what your favorite UI building resources are in the comments below; I'd be happy to hear from you.
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