Got Help? You do in JMP Clinical and JMP Genomics

In a recent blog post, I listed all of the updates to the Help system for JMP Clinical 4.1 and JMP Genomics 6.1. The Documentation team has worked hard to put all of the information you need to do your analyses right at your fingertips. Just click on the Process […]

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Updates to JMP Life Sciences Help system

As a former student and high school teacher and a parent of school age children, I always appreciated the “lazy days” of summer. They are a welcome break from homework, getting up early, studying for tests, traveling to away games, helping with homework and all of the other “normal” things […]

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The 2013 JMP Life Sciences European Roadshow

This May, JMP Life Sciences is going on the road in Europe to demo some of the new features that will be available in the upcoming releases of JMP Clinical 4.1 and JMP Genomics 6.1. The Roadshow is an excellent opportunity to hear about new functionality, ask questions or perhaps sneak […]

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Predictive modeling in the life sciences

This past week, Nate Silver held an “Ask Me Anything” chat on Reddit. There were several very good questions, one of which I found particularly important as we begin the International Year of Statistics: “What is the biggest abuse of statistics”? To which Nate replied: “Overfitting.” This response is very […]

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Russ Wolfinger elected 2012 AAAS Fellow

Congratulations to Russ Wolfinger, PhD, who was elected a 2012 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science! Wolfinger was chosen for his "path-breaking statistical software used to analyze correlated data, promotion of statistical reasoning in science, and leadership in analysis of gene expression data," the AAAS said. […]

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The science of living a long, healthy life

People are living longer -- but why is this, and how can we remain healthy late in life? That was the focus of a recent CBS Sunday Morning story, which also showed JMP software in action in a research lab. Researchers have been studying some centenarians to figure out their […]

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Import improvements in JMP Genomics 6

During every release cycle, the JMP Genomics development team adds support for new data types and updates our existing import processes to work with the latest formats. We can bring in many types of raw or summarized data files from next-gen sequencing studies and microarray experiments.  These files are imported into […]

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JMP Genomics 6 released

We’re pleased to announce that JMP Genomics 6 is now available! Work on this update has been in progress since JMP Genomics 5.1 came out late last year, and this is our first JMP Genomics version built on the JMP 10 platform released this spring. During this release cycle, as […]

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JMP Life Sciences at Joint Statistical Meetings 2012

With more than 6,000 attendees, the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) is the largest gathering of statisticians held in North America.  This year, the event takes place from July 28 to Aug. 2 in San Diego, California. Developers from JMP Life Sciences will be on hand at the JMP booth in […]

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Stay nerdy, my friends!

Last week, a JMP user posted a funny comment on LinkedIn about JMP. It was a takeoff on the amusing Dos Equis commercials about the Most Interesting Man in the World. According to the ads, the Most Interesting Man has lived a life so remarkable that, for instance, "he can […]

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