When you use a menu command in Minitab, Minitab preserves session commands
that record your actions. You can use these session commands to quickly repeat
an analysis on a new set of data.
Each menu command has a corresponding
session command. Session commands consist of a main command and, usually, one
or more subcommands. Main commands and subcommands can be followed by a series
of arguments, which can be columns, constants, matrices, text strings, or
numbers. Minitab provides three ways to use session commands:
- Type session commands into the
- Copy session commands from the
pane to the
- Copy and save session commands
in an exec file.
When you show the
pane, and then execute a command from a menu, the corresponding session
commands are displayed in the
pane. This technique is a convenient way to learn session commands.
To run commands using the Command Line pane, complete the following steps.
You can also press
- Click in the
- Enter and edit the session
To run commands again, complete the following steps.
- In the
select the commands and subcommands.
Copy to Command
- From the