Jump into JMP Scripting

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SAS Pub., 2009 - Computers - 240 pages
This book contains the essentials for getting started with the JMP Scripting Language (JSL), which will enable you to create and use scripts to process various tasks during a single execution. Divided into two distinct sections, the first section of "Jump into JMP Scripting" includes JSL topics that are explained in an easy-to-understand style that is based on the extensive experience of Wendy Murphrey and Rosemary Lucas. Each topic includes step-by-step instructions and plenty of code examples. The second section of the book includes many examples of how to perform specific tasks in JSL. Using a unique question and answer format, each example answers a question with a script sample. In addition, many examples include a discussion section to explain functions in detail or to provide additional references. The goal is to make learning JSL easy and maybe a little bit of fun along the way.

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Wendy Murphrey is a Technical Support Analyst in the Technical Support Division of SAS Institute, Inc. A SAS user since 2000, she researches and responds to customer questions and problems, writes sample JMP scripting, and performs other customer- and software-supporting tasks. Her primary areas of support include JMP scripting, OLE automation using Visual Basic and C# .NET, ODBC, graphics, installation, and SAS/JMP integration. She received her B.S. in Business Administration from Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Rosemary Lucas is a Technical Support Analyst in the Technical Support Division of SAS Institute, Inc., providing customer support for JMP software. In addition to helping customers with scripting problems, she also assists them with other issues, including installations, connections to databases, and questions about graphics, data table operations, and the formula editor. For JMP Genomics, she helps customers with installations, import engine issues, and general usage questions. A JMP user since 1999, Lucas received her Master's of Microbial Biotechnology from North Carolina State University.

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