SAS to JMP, Script syntax?

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I have a question about JMP Script syntax. A friend who knows SAS just told me that my question should be worded something like “How can I specify the error term that should be used for the F-Test in an ANOVA and the multiple comparison procedure to compare the levels of the effect? Does JMP have a command equivalent to SAS’s TEST H=<effect> E=<error> command and it’s /E=<error> option in PROC GLM?


Question: How to code the following line in a simple JMP Script. This is a from a SAS Script.
TEST H=SAMPLE E=JUDGE*SAMPLE;

How do I apply this one liner into a JMP Script?

In SAS, this line is called: Tests of Hypotheses Using the Type III MS for JUDGE*SAMPLE as an Error Term


My SAS Code works perfectly:

/* SAS */ /* Calculate P-Values */ /* Incorporate Panelist Consistency Over Reps */
PROC GLM;
CLASS JUDGE SAMPLE REP;
MODEL X1-X9 = JUDGE JUDGE*SAMPLE REP SAMPLE;
TEST H=SAMPLE E=JUDGE*SAMPLE;
MEANS SAMPLE / DUNCAN ALPHA=0.0500 E=JUDGE*SAMPLE;​
RUN;

My incomplete JMP code:

rfitm = Fit Model(
Y( :name( "The Fruity Aroma" ) ),
Effects( :Judge, :Judge * :Sample, :Rep, :Sample ),
Personality( Standard Least Squares ),
Emphasis( Minimal Report ),
Run Model( :name( "The Fruity Aroma" )
<< {:SAMPLE << {LSMeans Tukey HSD( 0.0500 )}} )
)<< report;​

This JMP code will generate near idential outout as the SAS code, except for the missing lines starting with: Tests of Hypotheses Using the Type III MS for JUDGE*SAMPLE as an Error Term.

Any comments or Hints would be really be appreciated. Thank you.