Figure 4.39 Example of Transform Column Menu
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The transform column is available only in the current launch window. To make the transform column available outside of the current launch window, rightclick the transform column and select Add to Data Table. The transform column is added to the source data table.

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Select a function from the Transform menu to create a transform column containing the calculations based on the selected function. For details, see the Scripting Index in the Help menu or Transform in Fitting Linear Models.
Calculates the inverse of the logistic function for the selected column (where p is in the range of 0 to 1):


Calculates the logit as a percent for the selected column (where pct is a percent in the range of 0 to 100):


Returns the nth root of the product of the data.
Returns the nth root of the product of the data.
Transforms the data using the BoxCox equation. For details, see Box Cox Y Transformation in Fitting Linear Models.
Creates two columns. The Informative column replaces missing values with the column mean. The Is Missing column indicates 1 for missing values, and 0 otherwise.
Generates a random integer. The result for the first value does not the result for the second value.
For column values containing date or time values, select a function from the Date Time menu to create a transform column containing values calculated from the selected column.