Have you tried the New User Welcome Kit?

We launched the New User Welcome Kit about six weeks ago, and we've already gotten great response from JMP users. Hundreds have tried it already. What is it? It's an interactive web resource that helps you get comfortable with the basics of JMP – at your own pace. You follow […]

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1,000 posts and counting

I'm happy to report that we posted our 1,000th post at the JMP Blog yesterday, with Ryan Lekivetz's post on using space filling designs to explore data about his work commute! Ryan's post is an example of the technical content that JMP Blog readers love best. So, I looked back […]

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How to create custom menus in JMP

Two of the biggest reasons our users love JMP are its interactivity and its ability to dramatically reduce the time needed to perform routine yet critical analysis tasks. Indeed, the primary strengths of JMP lie in the ways in which it differs from conventional software, and we repeatedly hear from users […]

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JMP graphics tip: Alphabetic markers

Someone recently asked me about using letters instead of built-in symbols in JMP scatterplots. In case others are wondering the same thing, here's the long answer. In addition to the 32 built-in symbols, you can use any character as a marker for a scatterplot. The easiest way to set a […]

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Using JSL to select the first or last record in a set

When considering my professional life, I'm a relative newcomer to JMP. In fact, my JMP and JSL (JMP Scripting Language) experience began the day I became a developer here in the JMP Life Sciences group, about four years ago. In contrast, I've been using SAS since I was an undergraduate student […]

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Drawing 95% confidence intervals for parameter estimates from Fit Model

In my recent blog entry discussing the results of my adventures with hard-boiled eggs, one reader had asked how I created the figures with the confidence intervals for the parameter estimates from Fit Model. I typically use Graph Builder whenever I can for visualization, and the graph below with the parameter […]

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Tips for learning JMP Scripting Language (JSL)

After using JMP in my AP Statistics course this past year, I realized what remarkable software it is. With just a few clicks, JMP could help me complete my homework! In addition to being a homework helper, JMP was capable of handling large data sets, executing every type of analysis […]

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Combining city & state information on map in Graph Builder - Part 1

Showing a map within Graph Builder in JMP has become a popular way to visualize data. This is partly because you can color the geographic area of interest based on a variable in the data table (Figure 1). Or you can plot cities as points if you have latitude and […]

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Two kinds of dot plots

The name “dot plot” can refer to a variety of completely different graph styles. Well, they have one thing in common: They all contain dots. For analytic use, the two most prominent styles are what we might call the Wilkinson dot plot and the Cleveland dot plot. The Wilkinson dot […]

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JMP Pro for linear mixed models — Part 3

This is the final post in my JMP for Linear Mixed Models series (see my earlier posts: Part 1 and Part 2). Here, I will show an example of spatial regression, followed by some tips for fitting mixed models in JMP Pro.  Example 4: Modeling geospatial data — taking spatial […]

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