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Publication date: 11/10/2021

Example of Creating a New Project

In this example, you create a project, import data, generate an analysis and dock the report in the project window, create a subset table, and then save, close, and reopen the project.

1. Select File > New > Project (Windows) or File > New > New Project (macOS).

2. From the project window, select File > Open.

3. Open the sandwiches.xlsx file, located here by default:

C:/Program Files/SAS/JMP/16/Samples/Import Data

Tip: At the bottom, you might need to change All JMP Files to Excel Files.

4. Click Import.

5. Select File > Save.

6. Make sure Project Contents is selected.

7. Change the file name to and click Save.

Figure 7.8 Project with Sandwiches Data Imported 

Project with Sandwiches Data Imported

8. Select Analyze > Fit Y by X.

9. Select Calories and click Y, Response.

10. Select Weight and click X, Factor.

11. Click OK.

12. Drag the Sandwiches - Fit Y by X tab to the right and drop it into the Dock right zone.

Tip: To show the entire report, you can drag the line between the data table and the report to the left.

Figure 7.9 Fit Y by X (Bivariate) Report Docked at Right 

Fit Y by X (Bivariate) Report Docked at Right

13. Select Tables > Subset.

14. Under Rows, select Random: sampling rate 0.5.

15. Click OK.

Figure 7.10 Project with Unsaved Subset Table 

Project with Unsaved Subset Table

16. Select File > Save Project.

17. Navigate to the folder where you want to save your project, name the project file, and click Save.

18. Close the project.

19. Select File > Open and open your project file.

Notice that the subset table that you did not save has been saved automatically to the project file.

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