Publication date: 08/13/2020

Fonts

Font preferences customize the appearance of reports, data tables, and scripts, including fonts, text size, and font style.

Figure 13.13 Fonts Preferences 

Table 13.13 Preferences on the Fonts Page

Preference

Description

Text

Sets the font for the text portion of a JMP analysis report.

Heading

Sets the font for the heading of columns in an analysis report and a data table.

Title

Sets the font for the title shown in all title bars.

Small

Sets the font for small text, which is used in the upper left corner of the data grid to show the number of columns and rows.

Mono

Sets the font used in the JMP Scripting Language (JSL) editor for script commands.

Formula Editor

Sets the font for the expressions entered into the Formula Editor.

Annotation

Sets the default font used in annotations.

Axis

Sets the font used for the axis tick labels.

Marker

Sets the font used for alphanumeric markers.

Axis Title

Sets the font for axis titles.

Graphic Label

Sets the font for data labels in graphs such as marker labels or bar labels.

Legend

Sets the font for legend titles, values, and other legend text.

Graph Title

Sets the font for the main graph title but not the secondary title or footnote.

Caption

Sets the font for the caption element and also any caption-like text (for example, line of fit statistics and the box plot 5-number summary).

Data Table

Sets the font for displaying data in the data table.

Font Family

Select a proportional font. The font that you select is immediately applied to all settings except for Mono, which is used for scripts.

Use Greek letters

Select this option to use Greek letters instead of spelling out Greek letters. (For example, π instead of pi.) This option is selected by default.

Use math symbols

Select this option to use math symbols instead of simple text representations of math symbols. (For example, ± instead of +/-) This option is selected by default.

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