JMP 13.2 Online Documentation (English)
Discovering JMP
Using JMP
Basic Analysis
Essential Graphing
Profilers
Design of Experiments Guide
Fitting Linear Models
Predictive and Specialized Modeling
Multivariate Methods
Quality and Process Methods
Reliability and Survival Methods
Consumer Research
Scripting Guide
JSL Syntax Reference
JMP iPad Help
JMP Interactive HTML
Capabilities Index
JMP 12 Online Documentation
Profilers
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Simulator
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Defect Profiler
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Notes
Recalculation
The profile curve is not recalculated automatically when distributions change, though the expected value is. It is done this way because the simulations could take a while to run.
Limited goals
Profiling does not address the general optimization problem, that of optimizing quality against cost, given functions that represent all aspects of the problem. This more general problem would benefit from a surrogate model and space filling design to explore this space and optimize to it.
Jagged Defect Profiles
The defect profiles tend to get uneven when they are low. This is due to exaggerating the differences for low values of the cubic scale. If the overall defect curve (black line) is smooth, and the defect rates are somewhat consistent, then you are probably taking enough runs. If the Black line is jagged and not very low, then increase the number of runs. 20,000 runs is often enough to stabilize the curves.
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Help created on 9/19/2017