Getting Graph Builder output to work for the web in JMP 13 involved bringing new features to several graphical elements that had been available in interactive HTML output since JMP 11. Areas and lines can be used to display some of the same information as points but in a different way. Exploring these stacked areas in interactive HTML, you can now see the values along the edge of the area.
The tooltips for lines display the rows that are included in each point along the line as well as information about the values. Graph Builder gives you the ability to customize various attributes of the lines. The example below combines lines using different drawing styles with annotations and the gray reference ranges to create a rich graph.
While the most heavily used graph types and options are exported as interactive HTML, the remaining ones are exported as static images. Contour plots are exported as static images; however, if your data is categorical, Graph Builder produces violin plots, which are exported as interactive HTML. Below you can see the close relationship between the violin plot and another Graph Builder element, the box plot.
What if you want to bin data into categories to explore their distribution? There are a number of ways to do this in Graph Builder. The histogram is available in Interactive HTML in the Distribution platform (as well as options in several other JMP platforms), but now can also be exported to the web after exploring your data in a drag-and-drop manner in Graph Builder in JMP. Below is an example created using Titanic passenger data to examine the distribution of ages.
A mosaic plot is used to examine the relationship between two categorical variables. Cells give informative tooltips regarding the share and number of rows associated with each cell, and cells can be selected with rows being linked to other related charts in the report.
In JMP, you can use Dashboard Builder to create reports with several types of Graph Builder output in the same page -- so people who do not have JMP yet can interactively explore your data. Here, a mosaic plot, bars and histograms are combined to analyze the importance of different goals to schoolchildren.
These are just a few examples of the powerful graphs you can create to explore your data in Graph Builder and share with others using interactive HTML. The graphs shown here as well as a few other examples are available as live interactive HTML files to explore on the web at http://www.jmp.com/jmphtml5/, but be sure to try your own Graph Builder creations!
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