The syntax Scale( "Log" ) is preferred for setting a string literal. To catch ambiguous instances, set the new “Allow Unquoted Strings in JSL” General preference to “Yes (with a warning)” or “No”.
Column properties such as Missing Value Codes assign data values that produce incorrect calculations in Col functions (such as Col Mean()). To use the value in the data table cell instead of the missing value, refer to Col Stored Value() in the formula:
XOrigin(), YOrigin(), XRange(), and YRange() return the original coordinates when the axis is set to log scale. Previously, log-transformed values were returned.
The keywords "true", "yes", "present", "on", and 1 consistently enable the option:
Similarly, "false", "no", "absent", "off", and 0 disable an option.
To toggle these options, use the "switch", "toggle", or "flip" argument.
An empty obj<<Set Font message now displays the operating system window for choosing a font.
When you run <<Get Script on a data table that has an excluded column, the returned script includes the Exclude argument. In JMP 11, Name( "Exclude/Unexclude" ) was returned in the script.
JMP Product Name() returns “Student” in JMP Student Edition.
Excel Selection(1) is an alias for the Excel Open Method( "Select Individual Worksheets(1)" ) preference. If the JMP preference file contains an Excel Open Method, that preference takes precedence over the script.
The non-recursive Files in Directory() returns directory names on Macintosh to match the Windows functionality. Now you must test for directory names when using Files in Directory() non-recursively on both Windows and Macintosh.
On Open() scripts prompt you to run the script instead of running automatically. A new Tables preference called “Evaluate OnOpen Scripts” controls this behavior.
Residual Quantile Plot() is now named Residual Plot().
In Run Program() on Macintosh, the full path to the program must be specified to locate the executable. Type the following command in Terminal to determine the full path to a program:
Model Dialog <<Run now returns a list of scriptable references if the platform was called repeatedly due to by groups or multiple Y’s causing multiple fits. If a single fit was done, the expression returns a scriptable reference for that fit rather than a list.