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Practical Data Analysis with JMP® by Robert Carver

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A Simple Data Table

In this book, we'll most often work with data that has already been entered and stored in a file, much like you would type and store a paper in a word-processing file or data in a spreadsheet file. In Chapter 2, you'll see how to create a data table on your own.

We'll start with the Michelson data mentioned earlier.

  1. Click File → Open.

  2. Navigate your way to the folder of data tables that accompany this book.[2]

    [2] All of the data tables used in this book are available from support.sas.com/authors. If you are enrolled in a college or university course, your instructor may have posted the files in a special directory. Check with your instructor.

  3. Select the file called Michelson 1879 and click Open.

The data table appears in Figure ...

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