JMP Public Help 
Create visualizations with your data in JMP and share your analyses with others using JMP Public. Anyone viewing these posts has the interactive capabilities of JMP to explore your data. 
Here is what you can do in JMP Public: 
Publish JMP reports as posts in JMP Public. 
See all your posts and posts for anyone you’re following. 
Click  Home > My Dashboard.
See all JMP Public posts. 
Click  Home > All Posts.
Interact with JMP Public posts. 
Find or follow people or find posts. 
See posts that highlight interesting analyses that have broad appeal. 
Click  Featured.
Edit your profile. 
Change the layout of posts. 
Under  Home, click Block or List.
Register for JMP Public 
If you are not signed in to JMP Public, you see only featured posts. If you want to publish or share posts, or follow people, you need to sign in. 
In a Chrome browser, go to
At the top right, click  Sign in.
If you already have a SAS profile, log on using those credentials, then click  Submit.
If you do not have a SAS profile: 
Click  Register. Complete the form and click Create profile.
Follow the instructions in the email to set your password and activate your profile. 
(Optional) To change your profile name or picture, once you are signed in to JMP Public, click your name and select  My Profile > Edit.
Publish JMP Reports 
Once you register, you can publish JMP 14.2 reports as posts in JMP Public. Create your reports in JMP and then click  File > Publish. For more details, see Using JMP.
Note: If you choose to make your reports private (shared with Only Me), an orange lock icon appears on the report in JMP Public. 
Interact with Posts 
From  Home > My Dashboard or All Posts, click a post to open it. If there is only one post, it opens directly. If there are several posts, click the one you want to see.
From a desktop or a mobile device, use a cursor or your finger to find out more about data points, table cells, and more: 
To see values for a data point in a graph, place your cursor over or tap a point. 
To see a description of values in a report, place your cursor over or tap a value. 
To open or close a report in a post, click or tap a report title. 
To change the marker size in a graph, from the menu at top right, choose an option. 
Figure 1.1 View a Data Point 
Select Objects in Graphs 
Before you can see linked data or exclude and hide data, you need to select it. To select objects in a graph, choose an option at the top of the post: 
Select a single object, such as a data point or a histogram bar. 
Select multiple objects, such as several data points or several histogram bars. 
See details for a data point without selecting it. 
Select objects by dragging a rectangle around them. 
See Linked Data 
In all graphs, selected rows are linked. To select rows, click or tap any data in a graph (such as a marker or histogram bar). 
In this example, a histogram bar is selected, and the corresponding rows are highlighted in all three graphs. 
Figure 1.2 Select a Histogram Bar 
Exclude and Hide Data 
Once you have selected data, you can exclude it from report calculations and hide it in graphs. Reports and graphs automatically update. 
Figure 1.3 Post Menu Options 
To exclude and hide data, use the options in the post menu: 
Exclude and Hide Selected Rows:  Excludes and hides selected data.
Include and Show All Rows:  Includes and shows any excluded or hidden data.
Invert Row Selection:  Changes the current selection to the deselected data.
Display Log Messages:  Shows messages from the server and any unexpected conditions from the client.
Use a Local Data Filter 
If the original JMP report included a Local Data Filter, it appears in the JMP Public post. Use Local Data Filters to filter and focus on specific data in a report. You can change filter settings to see the impact on reports and graphs. 
Figure 1.4 Example of a Local Data Filter 
You can choose from these options in the menu: 
Invert filter:  Inverts the currently selected filters.
Select filtered rows in graphs:  Selects all filtered rows in graphs.
Show filtered rows in graphs:  Includes all filtered rows in graphs.
Include filtered rows in calculations:  Adds any excluded rows back into the report calculations.
Get Post Information 
To get more information about a post, at the top right, click .  
Figure 1.5 View Details 
Here are some of the things that you can see and do: 
You can see who created the post, how many people have viewed it, and what version of JMP created it. 
You can download the associated data table(s) and the JSL script that re-creates the post. 
Update a Post 
To change a post that you created, at the top right, click . 
Figure 1.6 Edit Details 
You can change: 
The post title 
The thumbnail image that appears on the post cover 
The post description 
Who can see the post 
Delete a Post 
To delete a post that you created, at the top right, click >  Delete. Click OK in the confirmation window.
Share a Post 
Before you can share a post using email or social media, you must select  Everyone for the Shared with option in JMP during publishing.
To share a post, at the top right, click . 
You can share a post in any of these ways: 
Social media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn 
Email a link 
Copy a link 
Copy embedded HTML code (for a web page) 
Figure 1.7 Sharing Options 
Flag a Post or User as Inappropriate 
To flag a post or user profile that you believe contains inappropriate content, click >  Flag as inappropriate or Report user.
Here is what happens when a post or user profile is flagged: 
JMP administrators determine whether the post or user profile should be hidden or removed. 
The owner of a flagged post or the flagged user is notified via email. 
If the JMP administrator decides to hide the flagged post or user profile from JMP Public, they are informed and can attempt to fix the problem. 
Find People or Posts 
You can search for people or posts in JMP Public or follow people: 
To search all of JMP Public, enter a user name or keyword in the search box at top right. 
To search using filters, go to  Home > My Dashboard or All Posts and enter text in the Find user and Find boxes. See Use Filters.
To follow someone, click their name and then click  Follow. Their posts now appear under My Dashboard.
Use Filters 
Depending on where you want to search, go to  Home > My Dashboard or All Posts.
To find a person and all their posts, enter part or all their user name in the  Find user box. Suggestions appear as you type.
To search by a keyword in a post title, enter a word into the  Find box.
(Optional) You can refine your search by restricting the date or by limiting it to a certain group. 
(Optional) To clear your search, click the  x next to a user name, or clear other fields by clicking Clear All.
Edit Your Profile 
At the top right, click  your name > My Profile.
Next to your name, click  Edit.
Change your picture, display name, or password. 
Click  Save.