JMP 14.0 Online Documentation (English)
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Predictive and Specialized Modeling
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Functional Data Explorer
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Functional Data Explorer Platform Options
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Data Processing Report Options
The red triangle menu for the Data Processing report has the following options:
Cleanup
A submenu of the following data cleanup options:
Remove Zeros
Removes observations with zero values. If there are no zeros in the data, an alert appears indicating that no zero values were found.
Remove Value
Displays a specifications window that enables you to specify a value to remove from the data.
Remove Selected
(Available only for Stacked Data Format.) Removes observations that correspond to rows that are selected in the data table.
Remove Unselected
(Available only for Stacked Data Format.) Removes observations that correspond to rows that are not selected in the data table.
Note:
The remove options exclude the specified observations from the analysis report, but the observations remain unchanged in the data table.
Transform
A submenu of the following options to transform the output data:
Center
Centers the output.
Standardize
Standardizes the output by centering and scaling the data to have mean 0 and variance 1.
Range 0 to 1
Scales the output to lie within the range of 0 and 1.
Square Root
Transforms the data by computing the square root of the output. The output values must be nonnegative.
Square
Transforms the data by computing the square of the output.
Log
Transforms the data by computing the natural logarithm of the output.
Exp
Transforms the data by computing the exponential function of the output.
Negation
Transforms the data by negating the output.
Logit
Transforms the data by computing the logit function of the output. The output values must be between 0 and 1.
Align
A submenu of the following options to align the input data:
Row Alignment
Replaces the input values with the row number.
Align Maximum
Aligns the functions using the observed maximum output value for each ID level. The input value associated with the observed maximum output value is set to zero for each ID level and the other input values are shifted up or down based on this.
Align Minimum
Aligns the functions using the observed minimum output value for each ID level. The input value associated with the observed minimum output value is set to zero for each ID level and the other input values are shifted up or down based on this.
Align Range 0 to 1
Aligns the output functions such that the range of the input values is 0 to 1.
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Help created on 7/12/2018