Welcome back from holiday!

We know the timing for our first-ever European Discovery Summit call for papers wasn’t ideal. Basically, it spans the entire summer holiday season. But luckily for all of the JMP champions in Europe, you have a bit of time left. Before settling back into your regular work routine, take a […]

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John Sall on less data drudgery

One of the guiding principles for developers of JMP software is to keep the user “in flow.” They try to minimize the disruptions to the discovery process so you can stay focused on solving the problem at hand, rather than having to take multiple steps to overcome a data or […]

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Seeking the Divock Origis of desktop discoveries

This is an awkward time to write a pro-Brussels piece. The soccer player of my house (right) is quite upset, pacing around, trying to get over the heartbreaking, nail-biting World Cup loss that ended with the USA down one goal to Belgium’s two – and all of those goals scored […]

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Jonah Berger on marketing and why things catch on

You will not want to miss the featured keynote for the last day of the JMP Discovery Summit: Jonah Berger, professor of marketing at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, expert on viral marketing, and author of Contagious: Why Things Catch On. The book is an excellent read […]

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Michael Schrage on experimentation, innovation & communicating analytic results

We are delighted that Michael Schrage, Research Fellow at MIT Sloan School of Management’s Center for Digital Business, will be a keynote speaker at Discovery Summit 2014. I first encountered Michael when he skillfully moderated an Analytics Exchange Panel at the 2009 conference. Earlier this year, Michael was the featured […]

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Celebrating Improbability with David Hand

Earlier this year, we were treated to spending some time with David J. Hand, Senior Research Investigator and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the Imperial College of London, and Chief Scientific Advisor at Winton Capital Management. David’s most recent book, The Improbability Principle: Why Coincidences, Miracles, and Rare Events Happen […]

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Lou's crazy idea for Discovery Summit

If you know my colleague Lou Valente, you won’t be surprised to learn that he had an off-the-wall idea. He’s always coming up with cool and creative ways to think about things. But the idea I’m talking about keeps coming back to me – not crazy enough to dismiss, but […]

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How do you use JMP? Send your abstract

We know JMP users are making a difference at their organizations by finding inefficiencies, making discoveries, improving processes, saving money, helping make lives better. Now we'd like you to tell the JMP community about it, at Discovery Summit 2014. The annual Discovery Summit conference is the perfect event to share […]

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Discovery Summit live blog: Nate Silver keynote

Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight.com gives the final keynote speech of Discovery Summit 2013 in San Antonio. View the live blog. tags: Discovery Summit, Discovery Summit Keynote

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Discovery Summit live blog: Statistics panel

As part of our celebration of the International Year of Statistics, we've asked five esteemed panelists to share their thoughts and stories about the value of statistical methods and statistics as a profession. View the live blog. tags: Discovery Summit, Discovery Summit Keynote

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