Drawing 95% confidence intervals for parameter estimates from Fit Model

In my recent blog entry discussing the results of my adventures with hard-boiled eggs, one reader had asked how I created the figures with the confidence intervals for the parameter estimates from Fit Model. I typically use Graph Builder whenever I can for visualization, and the graph below with the parameter […]

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Using JSL to import BodyMedia® FIT® food log files into JMP

In my previous blog post, I described how I imported my BodyMedia® Activity Summary data files from Excel into JMP. Today, I will share how I automated importing nearly four years of my BodyMedia® food logs into JMP. I have also uploaded an add-in to the JMP File Exchange that […]

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Webcasts show how to build better statistical models

We have two upcoming webcasts on Building Better Models presented at times convenient for a UK audience: If you are new to JMP Pro, you will want to view the webcast on 21 October 2014. If you are already using JMP Pro, the webcast on 31 October 2014 will suit […]

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Take Coursera MOOC "Teaching Statistical Thinking"

Attention teachers of statistics: Three exceptional professors at Duke University have just launched the first installment of a Coursera MOOC on Teaching Statistics: "Teaching Statistical Thinking: Part 1 Descriptive Statistics." JMP is the featured software of this course and is used in their analysis modules. This course is designed with high […]

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The eggciting results of my designed eggsperiment

In my previous blog entry, I talked about my frustrations in making good-looking hard-boiled eggs that were easy to peel. My Internet searches found a number of different techniques that cooks said were essential to success, but I wanted to know which techniques were best. So I set up a […]

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Fun and effective: Teaching statistics with JMP

JMP has a growing fan club of people who are passionate about the software as a great teaching tool to more easily convey statistical concepts. Colleagues on our global academic team and I pooled some comments from noteworthy educators about why they like teaching with JMP.   “In the early […]

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See optimal settings with JMP Pareto Efficient Frontier

Pareto Efficient Frontier (PEF) is becoming an increasingly popular tool for measuring and selecting project or design parameters that will yield the highest value at the lowest risk. PEF is being used widely in many industrial areas, such as when selecting the best exploration projects in oil and gas, finding […]

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Using JMP to visualize a solid state drive reconditioning process

This past week, I noticed that my computer had seriously slowed down. My usual tasks seems to be taking forever, and even my standard JMP demos were taking quite a bit longer than I was used to. I tried the normal things such as repairing permissions, checking the memory, seeing […]

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JMP Pro for linear mixed models — Part 3

This is the final post in my JMP for Linear Mixed Models series (see my earlier posts: Part 1 and Part 2). Here, I will show an example of spatial regression, followed by some tips for fitting mixed models in JMP Pro.  Example 4: Modeling geospatial data — taking spatial […]

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JMP Pro for linear mixed models — Part 2

In an earlier blog post, I introduced the new Mixed Model capability in JMP Pro 11 and showed an example of random coefficient models. In this post, I continue my discussion of using mixed models for repeated measures and panel data. I’ll leave modeling geospatial data as well as tips […]

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