Table Showing Counts of Car Ownership
1.
Open the Car Poll.jmp sample data table.
2.
Select Analyze > Tabulate.
3.
Click country and drag it into the Drop zone for rows.
4.
Click size and drag it to the right of the country heading.
Country and Size Added to the Table
Table Showing Mean and Standard Deviation by Age
1.
Start from Country and Size Added to the Table. Click age and drag it to the right of the size heading.
2.
Click Mean and drag it over Sum.
3.
Click Std Dev and drag it below Mean.
Age, Mean, and Std Dev Added to the Table
Size on Top
1.
Start from Age, Mean, and Std Dev Added to the Table. Click on the size heading and drag it to the right of the table headings. See Moving size.
Moving size
2.
Click on age and drag it under the Large Medium Small heading.
Adding Demographic Data
1.
Open the Children’s Popularity.jmp sample data table.
2.
Select Analyze > Tabulate.
3.
Select Grades, Sports, Looks, and Money and drag them into the Drop zone for rows.
Columns by Categories
4.
Drag Gender into the empty heading at left.
5.
Drag % of Total above the numbered headings.
6.
Drag All beside the number 4.
Gender, % of Total, and All Added to the Table
7.
Drag Urban/Rural below the % of Total heading.
Urban/Rural Added to the Table
Mean Height of Students by Sex
1.
Open the Big Class.jmp sample data table.
2.
Select Analyze > Tabulate.
Since height is the variable you are examining, you want it to appear at the top of the table.
3.
Click height and drag it into the Drop zone for columns.
4.
Click age and drag it into the blank cell next to the number 2502.
5.
Click sex and drag it into Page Column.
Using a Page Column