You can edit or manipulate the report before you save, enabling you to combine several reports into one or rearrange the report elements. You do this by selecting Edit > Layout. Using this command is different from using the Edit > Journal command; the Layout command provides additional options that let you ungroup parts of a report and restructure it to best fit your needs.
Select Edit > Layout. (Or hold down the CTRL key and press L.)
In the Layout window, the Layout menu appears between the Edit menu and the Tables menu. Items in the Layout menu are available only when you select an item with the arrow tool.
Select Layout > Ungroup, or right-click (hold the CTRL key and click on Macintosh) inside the report and select Ungroup.
Select Layout > Ungroup again to ungroup the next level of the report outline. Note that only selected items are ungrouped.
Select File > Save As. JMP saves the file as a journal file (.jrn).
Working in a Layout Window describes other layout options.
Access Layout menu items (on the main menu bar)
The example in Multiple Analysis Results in a Layout Window shows results combined and organized from a bivariate analysis, distribution analysis, and one-way analysis (means and t-test). The result shows a summary of oxygen uptake as a function of run time in an exercise experiment. This was done by forming a layout window for one analysis, dragging the other desired analysis elements into the layout window, arranging the desired pieces, and deleting unwanted elements.
Multiple Analysis Results in a Layout Window
You can save part of an analysis report window as a graphic. On Windows, you can save the selection in .png, .jpg, .gif, .eps, .emf, .pdf, .tiff, and .svg formats. On the Macintosh, you can save the selection in .png format.
On Windows, select Edit > Save Selection As. On Macintosh, hold down the CTRL key and select File > Save Selection As.
(Windows) Select the Image DPI Setting as either Default (96) or 300.
(Windows) Select Select this filter the next time this window is invoked to save your file type selection for the current session.
Click Save.
When you export a graph or report that contains a bitmap image to an .svg file, the image is embedded in the .svg file. The exported content is then easier to reuse in other documents.