## How do you make a 3D plot in JMP?

JMP 13 Essential Graphing by SAS Institute

- Open the Iris. jmp sample data table.
- Select Graph > Scatterplot 3D .
- Select Sepal length , Sepal width , and Petal length , and click Y, Columns .
- Select Petal width and click Weight .
- Click OK .

## How do you contour a plot in JMP?

JMP 11 Essential Graphing by SAS Institute

- Open the Little Pond. jmp sample data table.
- Select Graph > Contour Plot.
- Select the X and Y coordinates and click X.
- Select the depth, Z, and click Y.
- Click Specify.
- In the Contour Specification window, select # of Contours as 7.
- Select Minimum as -4.
- Select Maximum as 8.

**What is contour plot in RSM?**

A contour plot is the geometric illustration of a 3-D relationship in two dimensions, with X1 and X2 (independent variables) plotted on x- and y-scales and response values represented by contours (z-scale). Contour plots are useful for establishing the response values and operating conditions as required.

### How do you contour a plot?

A contour plot is a graphical technique for representing a 3-dimensional surface by plotting constant z slices, called contours, on a 2-dimensional format. That is, given a value for z, lines are drawn for connecting the (x,y) coordinates where that z value occurs.

### How do you customize a graph in JMP?

The latter options are available by right-clicking inside the graph and choosing Customize. By doing so, the Customize Graph window is displayed, listing each element and, upon selection, that element’s customization options.

**How do I make a chart in JMP?**

This action will start JMP and display the content of this file:

- Click the Graph menu and select Chart:
- You will see the following dialog box:
- Click the column Tire Model, then click the Categories, X, Levels button.
- Click OK.
- Unaggregated Data.
- Click the Graph menu and select Chart.

## What is a leverage plot in JMP?

An effect leverage plot, also known as added variable plot or partial regression leverage plot, shows the unique effect of a term in the model. A horizontal line shows the constrained model without the term; a slanted line shows the unconstrained model with the term.

## How do you make a residual or predicted plot in JMP?

To generate the residuals plot, click the red down arrow next to Linear Fit and select Plot Residuals. You should see: To make a histogram of the residuals, click the red arrow next to Linear Fit and select Save Residuals. Go back to the data file, and see that the last column is now Residuals Gross Sales.

**Why we use contour plots?**

Contour plots are similar to topographical maps because they display three characteristics using a two-dimensional display. Similarly, tighter spaced lines indicate that the dependent (Z) variable changes more quickly in association with changes in the X and Y variables.

### What is graph Builder in JMP?

Interactively create visualizations to explore and describe data. (Examples: dotplots, line plots, box plots, bar charts, histograms, heat maps, smoothers, contour plots, time series plots, interactive geographic maps, mosaic plots)

### How do you use graph builder?

Open the data table containing the data that you want to graph.

- Select Graph > Graph Builder .
- Drag columns from the Variables list into zones.
- Click element type icons to choose different types of graphs or elements.
- Customize the selected element types.
- Customize the legend.

**How do I make a scatter plot in JMP?**

This example shows you how to create a scatterplot matrix.

- Open the Students. jmp sample data table.
- Select Graph > Scatterplot Matrix .
- Select age , sex , height , and weight and click Y, Columns .
- Click OK .

## What does a leverage plot tell us?

leverage plot is a type of diagnostic plot that allows us to identify influential observations in a regression model. Here is how this type of plot appears in the statistical programming language R: Each observation from the dataset is shown as a single point within the plot.

## What is actual by predicted plot in JMP?

The Actual by Predicted plot, which was described earlier, is a plot of the actual response values against the values predicted by our current model. The Actual by Predicted plot is useful for identifying outliers, unusual observations, and patterns in the data not explained by our model, such as curvature.

**How do you plot contour in Excel?**

How to Create a Contour Plot / Surface Charts in Excel? (Step by Step)

- Step 1: We must first select the data in the Excel worksheet.
- Step 2: Then we must go to Insert >>> Charts >>> Stock, Surface, or Radar Chart.
- Step 3: Once we click on the “Stock,” “Surface,” or “Radar” chart, we can see below the preview.

### What are contour plots and how do they work?

Contour plots can be based on tabular data or mathematical expressions within the same graph, and the contour plot data can lie on a regular grid or at random (x, y) points. Various contour annotation options are available, such as the ability to specify the contour label font, and whether the labels have solid backgrounds and/or borders.

### What are the contour annotation options available?

Various contour annotation options are available, such as the ability to specify the contour label font, and whether the labels have solid backgrounds and/or borders. Contour lines alone can be displayed, or they can be combined with contour shading. Contours can also be displayed on surfaces, as illustrated in one of the graphs below.

**How can I display contour lines on a graph?**

Contour lines alone can be displayed, or they can be combined with contour shading. Contours can also be displayed on surfaces, as illustrated in one of the graphs below. Contour plot of elevation data based on a regular x-y grid.

## What are the different types of contours?

Domain- specific terminology for contours is often based on the underlying function – isobars, isotherms, isopleths, and many more. In JMP, contours are used in several platforms, including Bivariate, Contour Plot, Contour Profiler, Graph Builder, and others.