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JMP is another software product developed by SAS for data visualization and six sigma implementations. While it has its own independent scripting language, it has the [http://www.jmp.com/support/notes/20/654.html functionality to send commands and code] to base SAS on both local and remote machine.  
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JMP is another software product developed by SAS for data visualization and six sigma implementations. While it has its own independent scripting language, it has the [http://www.jmp.com/support/help/Working_with_SAS.shtml functionality to send commands and code] to base SAS on both local and remote machine.  
  
 
To start using SAS with JMP, simply select the SAS section in the startup page and then setup the machine at the server connection tab.
 
To start using SAS with JMP, simply select the SAS section in the startup page and then setup the machine at the server connection tab.

Revision as of 14:41, 12 September 2016

JMP is another software product developed by SAS for data visualization and six sigma implementations. While it has its own independent scripting language, it has the functionality to send commands and code to base SAS on both local and remote machine.

To start using SAS with JMP, simply select the SAS section in the startup page and then setup the machine at the server connection tab.

Once you are setup, you are ready to use JMP with the power of SAS behind it.

For more information, you may refer to the JMP documentation under Chapter 11, SAS Integration (PDF Page 397 or document page 381), for more information on integrating JMP with SAS

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