Select Help > Sample Data Library and open Probe.jmp.
Select Analyze > Screening > Response Screening.
Select the Responses column group and click Y, Response.
Select Process and click X.
Compare Means Table, Partial View shows a portion of the data table. For each response in Y, the corresponding row gives information about tests of the New and the Old levels of Process.
Compare Means Table, Partial View
Because specification limits are not saved as column properties in Probe.jmp, JMP calculates a value of the practical difference for each response. The practical difference of 0.15 that you specified is multiplied by an estimate of the 6σ range of the response. This value is used in testing for practical difference and equivalence. It is shown in the Practical Difference column.
The Plain Difference column shows responses whose p-values indicate significance. The Practical Diff PValue and Practical Equiv PValue columns give the p-values for tests of practical difference and practical equivalence. Note that many columns show statistically significant differences, but do not show practically significant differences.
Select Practical Result and click Y, Columns.
Distribution of Practical Significance Results shows the distribution of results for practical significance. Only 37 tests are different, as determined by testing for the specified practical difference. For 5 of the responses, the tests were inconclusive. You cannot tell whether the responses result in a practical difference across Process.
Distribution of Practical Significance Results

Help created on 9/19/2017