JMP 15 keyboard shortcuts

JMP 15

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3 months ago
- Shortcuts
←  â†’

Select left or right cell

↑  â†“

Select the cell above or below

↑   Shift + ←  â†’

Select multiple adjacent cells in a row

↑   Shift + ↑  â†“

Select multiple adjacent cells in a column

↑   Shift + ←  â†’

If a blinking cursor is inserted in a cell, highlight multiple characters to the right or left of the cursor

Num Enter

(when cell contents selected) Select the contents of the right cell

or â­¾ Tab
↑   Shift + â­¾ Tab

(when cell contents selected) Select the contents of the left cell

↑   Shift + ⤶ Enter

(when cell contents selected) Select the contents of the cell above or below

Page Up / Down

Scroll up or down when all cells in a table are not displayed

F6

Locate and flash previously selected row

F7

Locate and flash next selected row

(to the column name in the column panel) Scroll to a column

Alt + A - Z

(hold Alt key and press underlined letter in the menu item) Access high-level menus

↑   Shift + Ctrl + E

Hide and exclude a row

Ctrl + F

Find

F3

Find next

Ctrl + F3

Find next (selected)

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + F3

Find previous (selected) in a script

Ctrl + H

Replace

Ctrl + I

Replace and find next

Ctrl + N

New data table

Ctrl + T

New script window

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + J

New journal

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + D

New database query

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + P

New project

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + A

New application

Ctrl + O

Open file

Alt + ↑   Shift + O

Quick open

Ctrl + S

Save file

Alt + F then A

Save as

Ctrl + Q

Exit program

Ctrl + P

Print

F1

Help

Ctrl + K

Preferences

Ctrl + W

Close active window

Ctrl + 1

Show home window

Ctrl + 0

Show JMP Starter (also hides on Windows)

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + L

Show Log window (also hides on Windows)

Ctrl + B

Move window to back

Ctrl + D

Redraw journal or report window

F9

Reveal all open windows

Ctrl + Alt + D

View associated data (available in report window)

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + M

Minimize all

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + F

Bring all forward

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + +

Increase font sizes

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + -

Decrease font sizes

Ctrl + X

Cut

Ctrl + V

Paste

Ctrl + C

Copy

Ctrl + Alt + C

Copy with full precision

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + C

Copy with column names

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + V

Paste with column names

Ctrl + Z

Undo

Ctrl + Y

Redo

Ctrl + A

Select all

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + W

Select where

Ctrl + E

Exclude / Unexclude

Ctrl + J

Journal the report

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + I

Edit the display box properties in a report

Esc

Clear all highlights from the data table

Alt +

To select multiple options, hold down the Alt key, right-click a gray disclosure icon or red triangle icon, and then select options

Read descriptions of shortcuts below to see how they work (where to click, drag, etc.).

To change the number of displayed decimal places, double-click a numeric column, select Fixed Dec from the Format list, and enter the number of decimal places in the Dec field

To turn numeric report output into a data table, Right-click in the report and select Make into Data Table

To display Row Legend in most graphics, right-click in the graphic and select Row Legend

↑   Shift +

To select multiple category values (levels) in a Row Legend, hold down the Shift key and click each category

Ctrl +

To deselect category values (levels) in a Row Legend, hold down the Ctrl key and click each category

↑   Shift

To select points in rectangular regions, click and drag the arrow tool in a plot. Extend selection by holding down the Shift key

Ctrl +

In certain reports, apply a command to all similar reports in that window: Hold down the Ctrl key, click the red triangle icon, and then select the command

Alt +

Change axis specifications in most graphs, double-click or hold down the Alt key and click the axis to open the Axis Specification window

Ctrl

To resize all similar graphs in a report, hold down the Ctrl key and resize one graph

↑   Shift +

To select multiple bars in a Distribution graph, hold down the Shift or Ctrl key and click the bars

or Ctrl +
Ctrl +

(click the bars) Deselect multiple bars in a Distribution graph

↑   Shift +

To create a subset of the data table from a histogram, double-click a single bar, or hold down the Shift key and double-click for multiple bars. Or select bar(s), right-click, and then select Subset

Ctrl

To select or deselect non-adjacent bars in a Pareto plot, hold down the Ctrl key and click the bars

↑   Shift

To select a range of adjacent bars in a Pareto plot, hold down the Shift key and click the outer bars of the range

Ctrl +
then

To create a subset of the data table from a Pareto plot, for a single bar, double-click the bar. For non-adjacent bars, hold down the Ctrl key, click the non-adjacent bars, and then double-click one bar. For adjacent bars, hold down the Shift key and double-click the right-most bar

↑   Shift

To select or deselect a range of adjacent rows or columns, hold down the Shift key and click the first and last row or column in the range

Ctrl

To select or deselect non-adjacent rows or columns, hold down the Ctrl key and click each row or column

To deselect rows and columns, click the top triangular region in the upper left corner of the data grid to deselect columns. Click the bottom triangular region to deselect rows

To repeat values or a sequence of values in a column, right-click on selected cells. Select Fill and the appropriate command

To change the scale of a slider in the Contour Profiler, right click the slider

Alt +

To select multiple report options, hold down the Alt key and right-click a disclosure icon

Alt +

To select multiple analysis options, hold down the Alt key and click a red triangle icon

Alt +

To specify or lock a factor value in the Prediction Profiler, hold down the Alt key and click inside one of a factor's panes

↑   Shift

To transpose the factors in a two-factor interaction LSMeans plot, hold down the Shift key and select the LS Means Plot command

↑   Shift +

To Specify the alpha level when saving mean or individual confidence intervals, hold down the Shift key, click the red triangle icon, and then select the command

↑   Shift

To Specify theta (for exponential), beta (for Weibull), or sigma (for lognormal) parameters for WeiBayes analysis, hold down the Shift key and select Exponential, Weibull, or Lognormal Fit from the Product-Limit Survival Fit red triangle menu

Ctrl + R

Run script (submit to JSL parser)

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + R

Debug script

Ctrl + M

Reformat script

F8

Submit to SAS

Ctrl + ]

Balance

â­¾ Tab

Indent selection right

↑   Shift + â­¾ Tab

Indent selection left

Ctrl + Space

Display list of valid commands

or Ctrl + ⤶ Enter
Num Enter

Run current line

+

(click and drag cursor) Select a non-rectangular block of text

Alt +
+

(hold down the Alt key, and drag the cursor over the text) Select a rectangular block of text

Ctrl +
+

To select multiple rectangular blocks of text, hold down the Ctrl key and drag the cursor over a non-rectangular block of text. Move the cursor to a new location and repeat. Copying, cutting and then dragging the cursor collects the text in the order in which each block was selected.

To check that parentheses, braces, and brackets (or "fences") are matched in a script, place the cursor to the left of the opening fence or to the right of the closing fence

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + S

Save the project

Ctrl + W

Close the currently selected tab

↑   Shift + Esc

Return the focus to the current tab

+

Enter arithmetic expressions

or -
or *
or /
,

Insert new argument or repeat operation

Del

Delete expression

or ⬅ Backspace
^

Enter an exponent

Alt + ↑   Shift +

Edit the parameter in the Parameters list

Alt + ↑

Insert a new argument before the selected field

[

Subscript

↑   Shift + -

Unary sign change

&

And

|

Or

!

Not

<

Less than

>

Greater than

=

Equal to

↑   Shift

To build Match function conditionals, select a column from Table Columns list. Hold down the Shift key and select Match from Conditional formula list

A

Arrow

?

Help

S

Selection

R

Scroller

H

Grabber

B

Brush

L

Lasso

Z

Magnifier

C

Crosshairs

T

Annotate


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Program information

Program name: JMP 15 JMP 15 (Scientific)

JMP is a statistical analysis software suite. It is used in applications such as Six Sigma, quality control, and engineering as well as for research in science.

Web page: jmp.com

Last update: 17 Jun 2020

Updated: Added some shortcuts. (2 updates.) 6/15/2020 11:15:38 PM New program added.
6/17/2020 10:12:19 PM Added some shortcuts.

Shortcut count: 135

How easy to press shortcuts: 85%

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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