Previously, I shared a list of things you probably didn't know about JMP. Maybe you already knew some of them. Maybe you learned a few new things; I hope you did. Well, now here are five more things you probably don't know about JMP. 1. Row State columns There are
Ask most anyone I work with, and they'll tell you that I need a deadline to make something happen. If you're the same way, then the time has come for you. The call for papers for Discovery Summit 2015 in San Diego closes Monday morning, March 9. That gives you
After a false start, the JMP 11 maintenance train is back on track. We've released a new maintenance update for JMP 11: version 11.1.1. This updater is ready now. As always, the easiest way to find the right updater for you is to let JMP find it (Preferences --> JMP
We regret to report that there is technical problem with JMP 11.1. To ensure that you are not affected by this problem, please uninstall JMP 11.1 and reinstall JMP 11.0 using your original installer. If you have any questions or difficulties, please contact JMP Technical Support. After you install JMP
NOTE: Due to a technical problem with JMP 11.1, we have temporarily disabled the JMP 11.1 maintenance downloads. This will also delay the release of the JMP 11.1 installers. We are sorry for this inconvenience. We will update this post as soon as more information is available. Unless you're a
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,
JMP 11 and JMP Pro, Version 11, are full of lots of big new features, like: The Response Screening platform that gives you confidence to examine hundreds or thousands of responses at once. An Excel import Wizard that turns complex Excel tables into data ready to be analyzed in JMP.
At the Joint Statistical Meetings in San Diego this week, I attended a panel on The Evolution of Statistical Graphics and Visual Analytics. The panelists, Antony Unwin, Hadley Wickham and Michael J. Kane all commented on this graphic from The New York Times. There was a lot of discussion