You can use the analysis objects, the wizards and the FlexPro Online Help to learn FPScript.
FlexPro offers common analysis procedures as analysis objects. To create an analysis object, first select the data to be included and then choose the analysis method. FlexPro then places a new analysis object into the FlexPro Explorer, which contains the result of the analysis. You can use this type of analysis object like a dataset and display it in a diagram, for instance. An analysis object is, however, not a dataset, but rather a formula that is created in the FPScript analysis language by FlexPro. However, you do not have to create or modify this formula yourself if you want to set the parameters for the analysis. Instead, you can simply open the analysis object’s properties dialog box and set the parameters for the analysis there. FlexPro then automatically adjusts the FPScript formula.
Wizards for selecting functions, programming loops, creating mathematical expressions and for index operations are available for programming in FPScript. You can work through the individual steps and investigate errors in the formulas that you create this way using the integrated debugger.
You can select a function or an operator in the FPScript formula editor and press F1 to open the FlexPro Online Help. You see directly the description of the selected function or operator.