N/APosted on - 11/07/2011
Hello. Do you know the process of embedding data from JMP to a webpage? I want to make my reporting easier and nice since I generate reports on a daily basis using script. I saw a video which allows a person to view the most recent data being reported/plotted. Really appreciate a quick help on this.
How to embed data from JMP to a web page
All you need to do is to save output from JMP into an image format (JPG, PNG, etc) and ensure it has the correct name and location as expected by the web page. This presumes that you have sufficient privileges to access the web server and that it is readily accessible through the OS.
There are also a few JMP platforms that can export to a Flash SWF file, which can be embedded in a web page or PowerPoint. Those exports are interactive in supporting brushing, zooming, etc. The platforms with that feature are:
All JMP views support Save As HTML, which produces static web pages.