There is a newer version of this course. Please see the schedule for the new JMP Software: Introduction to the JMP Scripting Language course.
This course demonstrates how to extend JMP software's functionality using the JMP Scripting Language (JSL) to automate routine procedures, extend or create new procedures, and customize reports.
Learn how to
- use the basic elements in JSL
- use messages, functions, and expressions to create new data tables and columns, control analyses, and capture or modify reports
- create and use dialogs to adapt script behavior
- save JMP scripts as JMP Add-Ins to automate routine analyses and reporting and facilitate script deployment.
Who should attend
Anyone familiar with JMP who wants to learn the JMP Scripting Language (JSL)
Before attending this course, it is recommended you complete the JMP Software: A Case Study Approach to Data Exploration course or have equivalent experience.
This course addresses JMP software.
JSL Building Blocks
- introducing scripting
- introducing object-oriented approach
- reviewing how to generate scripts interactively
- storing scripts in the Table panel
- understanding operators, numbers, and names
- understanding lists and expressions
- understanding comments, commas, parentheses, quoted strings, and matrices
- introducing a visual JSL style to make reading, interpreting, and understanding JSL easy
Data Table Scripts
- using the For, While, Break, and Continue functions
- using the If, Match, and Choose functions
- creating new tables and columns
- changing or adding column properties
- using basic matrix functions in JSL
Dialogs, List, and Custom Menu Items
- understanding platform layers (analysis and report)
- reporting display tree structure
- building custom windows
- making and using custom dialogs
- understanding substitution in expressions, lists, and strings
- creating a JMP Add-In