Beyond Spreadsheets: Amy Clayman, Voice Systems Engineering

“When building a predictive model, we find the JMP Pro interfaces to be very intuitive, allowing us to work closely with other JMP Pro users to build the model together.” -- Amy Clayman, Data-Driven Decisions Circle, VCE Beyond Spreadsheets is a blog series that highlights how JMP customers are augmenting [...]

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New book to spark enthusiasm for descriptive statistics and probability in the classroom

Whether you teach introductory statistics courses in engineering, economics or natural sciences, or master courses on applied statistics or probability theory, you’ll want to consider using a new book: “Statistics with JMP: Graphs, Descriptive Statistics and Probability” by Peter Goos and David Meintrup. Unlike other comparable books, it covers all levels [...]

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Beyond Spreadsheets: Mary Ann Shifflet, University of South Indiana

“I love being able to tell my students that if they learn JMP, it will be a skill they can put on their resume that will set them apart from other applicants.” -- Mary Ann Shifflet, Professor, Romain College of Business, University of Southern Indiana Beyond Spreadsheets is a blog [...]

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Beyond Spreadsheets: Bruce McCullough, Drexel University

“I want my students focusing on statistical methods, not on software.” -- Bruce McCullough, Professor, LeBow College of Business, Drexel University Beyond Spreadsheets is a blog series that highlights how JMP customers are augmenting their tools and processes for exploratory data analysis to make breakthrough discoveries. We talk with JMP [...]

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Beyond Spreadsheets: Tom Treynor, Zymergen

“The software you use not only shapes what you learn from your data; it shapes the questions you ask!” -- Tom Treynor, Director, Zymergen The Beyond Spreadsheets blog series shows how JMP customers are augmenting their tools and processes for exploratory data analysis to make breakthrough discoveries. The series features [...]

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Statistics is a team sport

Whether you’re a scientist, an engineer, a researcher, a statistician, data analyst, or some other subject matter expert, the more challenging problems typically require a collection of subject matter experts to build the most useful models, achieve the greatest insight and create the most value. Many organizations don’t see statistics [...]

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Beyond Spreadsheets: Ken Franklin, Oregon Department of Transportation

“Spreadsheets are familiar tools, which are relatively simple to use. However, the downside is that they result in fragmented thinking.” -- Ken Franklin, Performance Measurement Program Manager, Highway Division of Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) JMP customers use an array of tools and processes for exploratory data analysis to make [...]

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Are we on schedule? Predictive modeling for patient recruitment in multicenter trials

Since clinical trials are experiments that study patients, they rely heavily on finding the right kind and the right number of patients. Clinical trials can be conducted only after enough patient information has been collected and treatment groups randomly assigned, so it is very important that researchers recruit enough people [...]

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Chocolate smackdown: US vs. Belgium

This year, I was fortunate enough to present at the JMP Discovery Summit Europe in Brussels, Belgium. When looking for something to bring back for my colleagues in Cary, I first thought of chocolate (actually, my first thought was probably beer, but that didn’t seem like a good idea). One [...]

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The QbD Column: A QbD fractional factorial experiment

The first two posts in this series described the principles and methods of Quality by Design (QbD) in the pharmaceutical industry. The focus now shifts to the role of experimental design in QbD. Quality by Design in the pharmaceutical industry is a systematic approach to development of drug products and [...]

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