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JMP 12 Essential Graphing

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Start with JMP 12 Essential Graphing to find the ideal graph for your data. The book begins with Graph Builder, a quick way to create graphs in a drag-and-drop window. Line charts, ellipses, box plots, and maps are just a few of the graphs available in Graph Builder. Find information about creating other types of plots: bubble plots, scatterplots, parallel plots, and more.

Table of Contents

  1. Contents
  2. Learn about JMP
    1. Documentation and Additional Resources
    2. Formatting Conventions
    3. JMP Documentation
      1. JMP Documentation Library
      2. Discovering JMP
      3. Using JMP
      4. Basic Analysis
      5. Essential Graphing
      6. Profilers
      7. Design of Experiments Guide
      8. Fitting Linear Models
      9. Specialized Models
      10. Multivariate Methods
      11. Quality and Process Methods
      12. Reliability and Survival Methods
      13. Consumer Research
      14. Scripting Guide
      15. JSL Syntax Reference
      16. JMP Help
    4. Additional Resources for Learning JMP
      1. Tutorials
      2. Sample Data Tables
      3. Learn about Statistical and JSL Terms
      4. Learn JMP Tips and Tricks
      5. Tooltips
      6. JMP User Community
      7. JMPer Cable
      8. JMP Books by Users
      9. The JMP Starter Window
  3. Introduction to Interactive Graphing
    1. Overview of Data Visualization
  4. Graph Builder
    1. Explore and Visualize Data Interactively
    2. Overview of Graph Builder
    3. Example Using Graph Builder
    4. Launch Graph Builder
      1. The Graph Area and Zones
      2. Element Type Icons
      3. Buttons
    5. Graph Builder Options
      1. Graph Builder Right-Click Menus
        1. Right-Click Menu for a Graph
        2. Additional Right-Click Menus
    6. Add Variables
      1. Move Grouping Variable Labels
      2. Separate Variables into Groups
    7. Change Variable Roles
    8. Remove Variables
    9. Add Multiple Variables to the X or Y Zone
    10. Merge Variables
      1. Order Variables
        1. Use a Second Variable
      2. Replace Variables
      3. Create a Second Y Axis
    11. Add Multiple Variables to Grouping Zones
    12. Modify the Legend
    13. Create Map Shapes
    14. Additional Examples Using Graph Builder
      1. Example of Adding Variables
      2. Example of Adding Multiple Variables to the X or Y Zone
      3. Example of Merging Variables
      4. Example of Ordering Variables Using a Second Variable
      5. Example of Adding Multiple Variables to Grouping Zones
      6. Example of Replacing Variables
      7. Example of Overlaying Histograms
      8. Measure Global Oil Consumption and Production
      9. Analyze Popcorn Yield
      10. Examine Diamond Characteristics
  5. Overlay Plots
    1. Plot Several Numeric Y Variables against One X Variable
    2. Example of an Overlay Plot
    3. Launch the Overlay Plot Platform
    4. The Overlay Plot
    5. Overlay Plot Options
      1. General Platform Options
        1. Overlay Groups
        2. Separate Axes
      2. Y Options
    6. Additional Examples of the Overlay Plot Platform
      1. Function Plots
      2. Plotting Two or More Variables with a Second Y-axis
      3. Grouping Variables
  6. Scatterplot 3D
    1. Create a Rotating Three-Dimensional View of Data
    2. Example of a 3D Scatterplot
    3. Launch the Scatterplot 3D Platform
    4. The Scatterplot 3D Report
      1. Spin the 3D Scatterplot
      2. Change Variables on the Axes
      3. Adjust the Axes
      4. Assign Colors and Markers to Data Points
      5. Assign Colors and Markers in the Data Table
    5. Scatterplot 3D Platform Options
      1. Normal Contour Ellipsoids
      2. Nonparametric Density Contours
        1. Density Contour Controls
        2. Optimizing a Dense Nonparametric Density Contour
      3. Context Menu
        1. Scatterplot 3D Settings
    6. Additional Examples of the Scatterplot 3D Platform
      1. Example of an Ungrouped Normal Contour Ellipsoid
      2. Example of Grouped Normal Contour Ellipsoids
      3. Example of a Grouped Nonparametric Density Contour
  7. Contour Plots
    1. View Multidimensional Relationships in Two Dimensions
    2. Example of a Contour Plot
    3. Launch the Contour Plot Platform
    4. The Contour Plot
    5. Contour Plot Platform Options
      1. Fill Areas
      2. Contour Specification
        1. Specify
        2. Retrieve
        3. Revert Contours
      3. Contour Plot Save Options
      4. Use Formulas for Specifying Contours
    6. Additional Examples of Contour Plots
      1. Example of Triangulation, Transform, and Alpha Shapes
  8. Bubble Plots
    1. View Patterns in Multidimensional Data Using Bubble Plots
    2. Example of a Dynamic Bubble Plot
    3. Launch the Bubble Plot Platform
      1. Specifying Two ID Variables
      2. Specifying a Time Variable
    4. Interact with the Bubble Plot
      1. Control Animation for Dynamic Bubble Plots
      2. Select Bubbles
      3. Use the Brush Tool
    5. Bubble Plot Platform Options
      1. Show Roles
        1. Change the Variable Assigned to a Role
        2. Remove a Variable
        3. Add a Variable
    6. Additional Examples of the Bubble Plot Platform
      1. Example of Specifying Only a Time Variable
      2. Example of Specifying Only ID Variables and Splitting a Bubble
      3. Example of a Static Bubble Plot
      4. Example of a Bubble Plot with a Categorical Y Variable
  9. Parallel Plots
    1. View Patterns in Multidimensional Data by Plotting Parallel Coordinates
    2. Example of a Parallel Plot
    3. Launch the Parallel Plot Platform
    4. The Parallel Plot
      1. Interpreting Parallel Plots
    5. Parallel Plot Platform Options
    6. Additional Examples of the Parallel Plot Platform
      1. Examine Iris Measurements
        1. Examine Three Species in One Parallel Plot
        2. Examine Three Species in Different Parallel Plots
      2. Examine Student Measurements
  10. Cell Plots
    1. View Color-Intensity Plots of Variables
    2. Example of a Cell Plot
    3. Launch the Cell Plot Platform
    4. The Cell Plot
    5. Cell Plot Platform Options
      1. Context Menu for Cell Plots
        1. Graph Type
    6. Additional Example of the Cell Plot Platform
  11. Treemaps
    1. View Multi-Level Categorical Data in a Rectangular Layout
    2. Example of Treemaps
    3. Launch the Treemap Platform
      1. Sizes
      2. Categories
      3. Ordering
      4. Coloring
    4. The Treemap Window
    5. Treemap Platform Options
      1. Context Menu
    6. Additional Examples of the Treemap Platform
      1. Example Using a Sizes Variable
      2. Example Using an Ordering Variable
      3. Example Using Two Ordering Variables
      4. Example of a Continuous Coloring Variable
      5. Example of a Categorical Coloring Variable
      6. Examine Pollution Levels
      7. Examine Causes of Failure
      8. Examine Patterns in Car Safety
  12. Scatterplot Matrix
    1. View Multiple Bivariate Relationships Simultaneously
    2. Example of a Scatterplot Matrix
    3. Launch the Scatterplot Matrix Platform
      1. Change the Matrix Format
    4. The Scatterplot Matrix Window
    5. Scatterplot Matrix Platform Options
    6. Example Using a Grouping Variable
      1. Create a Grouping Variable
  13. Ternary Plots
    1. View Plots for Compositional or Mixture Data
    2. Example of a Ternary Plot
    3. Launch the Ternary Plot Platform
    4. The Ternary Plot
      1. Mixtures and Constraints
    5. Ternary Plot Platform Options
    6. Additional Examples of the Ternary Plot Platform
      1. Example Using Mixture Constraints
      2. Example Using a Contour Function
  14. Summary Charts
    1. Create Charts of Summary Statistics
    2. Example of the Chart Platform
    3. Launch the Chart Platform
      1. Plot Statistics for Y Variables
      2. Use Categorical Variables
      3. Use Grouping Variables
      4. Adding Error Bars
    4. The Chart Report
      1. Legends
      2. Ordering
      3. Coloring Bars in a Chart
    5. Chart Platform Options
      1. General Platform Options
      2. Y Options
    6. Additional Examples of the Chart Platform
      1. Example Using Two Grouping Variables
      2. Example Using Two Grouping Variables and Two Category Variables
      3. Plot a Single Statistic
      4. Plot Multiple Statistics
      5. Plot Counts of Variable Levels
        1. One X Variable
        2. Two X Variables
      6. Plot Multiple Statistics with Two X Variables
      7. Create a Stacked Bar Chart
      8. Create a Pie Chart
      9. Create a Range Chart
      10. Create a Chart with Ranges and Lines for Statistics
  15. Create Maps
    1. Add Maps or Custom Shapes to Enhance Data Visualization
    2. Overview of Mapping
      1. Graph Builder
      2. Background Maps
    3. Example of Creating A Map in Graph Builder
    4. Graph Builder
      1. Map Shape
        1. Map Name Files
        2. Map XY Files
      2. Color
      3. Size
        1. Customizing Graphs
      4. Custom Map Files
        1. Map Role
        2. Esri® Shapefiles
        3. SAS/GRAPH® Map Data Sets
    5. Background Maps
      1. Images in Maps
        1. Earth Images Installed with JMP
        2. Maps from the Internet
      2. Boundaries
        1. Add a Background Map and Boundaries
      3. Change Map Colors and Transparency
    6. Examples of Creating Maps
      1. Louisiana Parishes Example
        1. Set Up Automatic Custom Maps
        2. Point to Existing Map Files Directly from Your Data
      2. Hurricane Tracking Examples
      3. Office Temperature Study
  16. References
  17. Index
    1. Essential Graphing
    2. Numerics
    3. A
    4. B
    5. C
    6. D
    7. E
    8. F
    9. G
    10. H
    11. I
    12. J
    13. L
    14. M
    15. N
    16. O
    17. P
    18. R
    19. S
    20. T
    21. U
    22. V
    23. W-Z