JMP 13 Preview: Compare Designs for picking the best design for an experiment

The design of experiments (DOE) capabilities of JMP are world-class. You can choose from many designs, such as custom, definitive screening, classical, space-filling, choice and covering arrays. But how do you decide which design to use? It used to be a time-consuming process to compare two designs for an experiment, […]

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JMP 13 Preview: More enhancements to generalized regression

Clay Barker has been busy extending the usefulness of the Generalized Regression platform in JMP Pro, adding many new models and enhancing ease of use. Generalized Regression (or GenReg for short) debuted in JMP Pro 11 as the place to do a trio of popular penalized regression techniques: Lasso, Elastic […]

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JMP 13 Preview: Making definitive screening designs more accessible

The purpose of screening in designed experiments is “to separate the vital few factors that have a substantial effect on the response from the trivial many that have negligible effects….The definitive screening design can reliably accomplish the task of screening even if there are a couple of second-order effects,” wrote […]

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JMP 13 Preview: New text analytics in JMP Pro

Building on the new features in JMP 13 for exploring unstructured text data, JMP Pro 13 enables you to do more with text data, like cluster terms and phrases and use text in predictive models. You’ll be able to answer more questions, scale to larger data and stay in flow. […]

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JMP 13 Preview: Improvements to the Analyze menu for a better user experience

From time to time, the addition of new features requires a review of how capabilities are organized and presented in JMP. Are they located where it makes the most sense and where users would expect to find them? For example, in JMP 12 there was enough new material combined with […]

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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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JMP 13 Preview: New MaxDiff platform for consumer research

MaxDiff (maximum difference scaling) is a new platform in JMP 13 that will be helpful to anyone who does consumer research. It enables a specialized type of choice model where respondents are asked to evaluate items (product attributes, …) in sets of three to five, choosing the most preferred and least […]

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My top 3 in JMP

A rising sophomore in college, I am nearing the end of my summer internship with the JMP marketing team. While I’ve spent previous summers doing more technical work, I was interested in learning the ways that technical knowledge could help to solve business problems. I got the chance to complete […]

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A statistical history of the Cy Young Award

“That’s all baseball is, is numbers; it’s run by numbers, averages, percentages and odds. Managers make their decision based on the numbers.” -- Rollie Fingers, 1981 AL Cy Young Award Winner The Cy Young Award has been given to the best pitcher in baseball since 1956. The American and National […]

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The design of experiments blind spot

I once overheard someone call Arizona State University Professor Doug Montgomery their “DOE idol.” I’m sure others echo the sentiment because I’ve seen the warm welcome he receives at our JMP events when he discusses design of experiments (DOE). Most recently, I’ve seen him give keynote talks at Discovery Summit […]

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