Live blog of Randall Munroe keynote

Randall Munroe of the popular webcomic xkcd takes the stage at Discovery Summit today. He will discuss "Complicated Stuff in Simple Words" in his keynote. The author of the science question-and-answer blog What If, Munroe was born in Easton, Pennsylvania, and grew up outside Richmond, Virginia. After studying physics at […]

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Live blog of Chris Nachtsheim keynote

Christopher Nachtsheim is the Frank A. Donaldson Chair of Operations Management in the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Nachtsheim's teaching and research interests center on the optimal design of industrial experiments, regression and predictive analytics and quality management. He has co-written several related books, most notably Applied […]

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Live blog of Tom Lange keynote

Tom Lange is a 37-year veteran of Procter & Gamble, where he founded and directed the modeling and simulation (M&S) group. His M&S team led efforts in consumer modeling, computational chemistry and biology, computer-aided engineering, and production system throughput and reliability. Over the course of his career, Lange contributed to […]

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Follow JMP Discovery Summit 2016 live coverage

Discovery Summit 2016 is about to begin, but if you are not able to join us in person, you can still get a sense of the conference. You can see photos, read live blogs, follow along on Twitter and watch the live stream of the keynote speech by John Sall, […]

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Former RSS president on statistics and science

I’ve had the opportunity to hear The Improbability Principle author David Hand speak three times now, most recently at Discovery Summit Europe in Amsterdam. We are featuring this particular talk on Analytically Speaking, Sept. 14, at 1 p.m. ET. As a child, Hand thought a scientist unearthed dinosaurs before lunch […]

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At Discovery Summit, JMP users show how to solve problems

Most Discovery Summit attendees name the user-led breakout sessions as a top reason for attending the conference. There’s a lot of value in these talks, which showcase first-rate statistical techniques and novel applications of the software. Presenters will share real-world case studies about how they’ve used JMP to solve problems, […]

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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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