My 4 little-known favorites for the JMP data table

If you work with JMP, then one of your primary points of contact is through the JMP data table. The data table is exceedingly rich in functionality in order to accommodate all different kinds of data and applications. My work with JMP as a software tester requires me to try many different data sources with […]

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JMP & Women's Initiatives Network to award conference registrations

“Know Your Power” is the slogan of the first-ever Women in Statistics conference to be held in Cary, North Carolina, just across the street from SAS headquarters. The May 15-17 conference is a celebration of women in statistics, and the program promises to highlight achievements and career interests of women […]

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Music library visualizations

This weekend while I was importing some new music on my computer, I found myself manually searching through my Apple® iTunes library to figure out which artists were represented most heavily in my music collection. During this process, it occurred to me that a visual in JMP might be a […]

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Helping JMP users to become experts

I discovered that I was an outlier until Saturday, when I bought a new car: I am the only salesperson in their forties that I have known to own a single car for their whole career. Over the course of owning it for the best part of eight years, I […]

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What chocolate is best for Valentine’s Day? Not cocoa powder

As Valentine’s Day approaches, a wise person starts thinking about what gift to give to their loved ones. Chocolate is always a popular gift. And as a homeschooling parent, I try to turn many things into lessons. How could I turn chocolate into a lesson for my children, and how […]

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Top 10 posts of 2013

Last year was a big year for this blog. We had monthly posts about influential statisticians as part of our celebration of the first-ever International Year of Statistics. We gave previews of  JMP 11 and, once the software was released, showed you how to make use of the new features […]

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6 ways to get better at JMP in 2014

Happy New Year! The first JMP Newswire newsletter goes out today, and in it we urge you to make 2014 the year you extend your JMP skills into new areas and to greater depths. We have many resources to help you do that, and I'm sharing those resources below. If […]

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Season's greetings from JMP

All of us at JMP wish you and your family a wonderful holiday! See you in 2014! tags: JMP - General

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If you learn only one Formula Editor function, Word() is the one

Just look at the list of Character functions available in the JMP Formula Editor. Not that anyone is counting, but that's 42 functions! Needless to say, if you've got a character column and want to change it somehow, JMP probably has a function to do it for you. Notice, though, […]

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“The desktop computer is dead” and other myths

The desktop or laptop is now in decline, squeezed from one side by mobile platforms and from the other side by the cloud. As a developer of desktop software, I believe it is time to address the challenges to our viability. Is software for the desktop PC now the living […]

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