Exploring text and other data with Heath Rushing

Heath Rushing is someone I count myself very fortunate to know — first as a colleague at SAS and now as co-founder of Adsurgo, a successful consultancy. Over years of JMP use, Heath has enthusiastically taught classes using JMP, written papers and the book, Design and Analysis of Experiments by […]

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Submit an abstract to present in Prague

Discovery Summit Europe may not be until next March, but we’re already thinking about the conference agenda. The call for papers is now open to those who’d like to present. If you’ve tackled an interesting problem with JMP, the conference steering committee wants to hear from you. Submit an abstract […]

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Complicated stuff in simple words from Randall Munroe

In a world filled with jargon, it’s refreshing to hear from a subject-matter expert who can communicate in a direct and uncomplicated fashion – so that even a layperson would understand. You could say this is Randall Munroe’s mission. Munroe is masterful at using math, science and comics to make […]

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Graph Builder tutorial materials

I'll be leading a pre-conference tutorial on Graph Builder at this year's Discovery Summit conference in Cary. We'll start with the basics and then walk through more advanced ways to create effective visualizations. We did a similar tutorial this spring in Amsterdam, and materials from that course are posted in the JMP […]

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Discovery Summit: Best-in-class analytics conference

Four times a year, we host Discovery Summit, where scientists, engineers, statisticians and researchers exchange best practices in data exploration, and learn about new and proven statistical techniques. Past attendees have called the event a “best-in-class conference to benchmark best practices in analytics” with sessions that are “immediately relevant to […]

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Discovery Summit China focuses on global trends in data analysis

About 200 experts, analysts, and JMP users and fans from all trades and professions gathered in Shenzhen for Discovery Summit China 2016. The conference focused on the latest global trends in data analysis and its application. Attendees came from government, banking, automotive, pharmaceutical, energy, semiconductor, electronic and public service organizations, […]

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Top-rated conference papers and posters

One of the best reasons to attend a Discovery Summit conference is to learn from other JMP users. The conference features high-quality paper and poster presentations that show how using  JMP helped to solve a business problem. The recent meeting in Amsterdam was no exception to this. Fortunately, many of […]

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You have less than a week to enter the call for papers

Last week, we heard from some amazing presenters at Discovery Summit Europe. Their topics varied greatly, but they all had at least one thing in common: They took the time to enter the call for papers. Sending your abstract in is the first step, and it’s an easy one. But […]

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Follow the live blog of Richard Wiseman keynote

Richard Wiseman is the Professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. He delivers a keynote speech at Discovery Summit Europe 2016 in Amsterdam titled "The Luck Factor." Based on his book of the same name, Wiseman's speech outlines the principles of good luck: maximising chance […]

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View the live blog of Douglas Montgomery speech

Arizona State University professor Doug Montgomery gives a keynote speech at Discovery Summit Europe 2016 in Amsterdam titled "The Flight of the Phoenix." Montgomery, a professor of engineering and statistics, discusses the reasons that some people had believed that design of experiments was no longer of interest -- as well […]

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