Using JMP > Save and Share Data
Publication date: 08/13/2020

Save and Share Data

Get Your Data Out of JMP

This chapter covers the following topics:

saving data tables as text files, SAS data sets, Excel files, and other formats

saving reports as interactive HTML and PowerPoint

emailing reports and data tables

saving analyses as scripts

saving parts of a report as a graphic

printing reports

copying and pasting reports

creating JMP journals or projects

saving JMP sessions

saving log windows

The method that you choose depends on how you want to interact with your analyses in the future:

If you want to interactively present your data, you might choose to create a JMP journal.

If you want to send data tables, linked reports, and other items to someone, you might choose to create a JMP project.

If you want to continue to explore a report later, you might choose to create a JMP report.

If you want to send a report to a non JMP user, you might convert the report to interactive HTML or a web report.

Contents

Save and Share Data Tables

Save as a Microsoft Excel File
Save as a CSV File on Windows
Save as a Text File
Save as a JSON File
Save as a SAS Transport File
Save as a Google Sheet
Save as a SAS Data Set
Save Data Tables to a Database
Replace a Database with a Data Table

Save and Share Reports

Save a Report as Interactive HTML
Create a Web Report
Save as PDF
Save as PowerPoint
Setting the Graphic DPI

Save Your Analysis as a Script

Save Parts of a Report in a Graphic Format

Print Reports

Copy and Paste Reports

Create a Journal

Example of Making a Journal for a Presentation
Create a New Journal
Manage Links in Shared Journals
Add and Edit Outlines
Journal Right-Click Options
Control the Display of Outline Levels
Add a Graph or Graphic
Customize Journal Items
Prevent Modifications
Append Reports to a Journal
Save the Journal in Another Format
Delete Items from a Journal

Create a Project

Create a New Project
Save Files in a Project
Move Files to a Project
Share the Project
Projects Compatibility

Save JMP Sessions

Save Sessions upon Exiting
Save Sessions Manually

Save a Log Window

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