Josh Markwordt
Software Developer

Josh Markwordt is a software engineer specializing in graphics and web development working on the HTML5 development team for JMP. He holds bachelor degrees in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from North Carolina State University, and an MS in Computer Science from the University of North Carolina. He has worked in a number of fields and technologies before coming to SAS in 2012.

Interactive HTML: Profilers in 3 more platforms in JMP 13

In JMP 12, an interactive HTML Profiler was added, as I had previously blogged about. That change mainly updated the existing Flash functionality to HTML5 technology, making it available on mobile devices like an iPad, but it also introduced a few new features. Among these was the option of exporting

Using the Interactive HTML Profiler in JMP 12

The Interactive HTML Profiler output is new to the latest version of JMP. It is meant to replace and improve upon the interactive output provided by the Flash (SWF) export facility in previous versions of JMP, one major advantage being that the HTML5 technology used is supported on mobile devices

Coming in JMP 12: Interactive HTML Profiler

The Prediction Profiler, or simply Profiler, allows you to explore cross sections of predicted responses across multiple factors. It gives you a wealth of information about your model, and in JMP 12, you can export it to interactive HTML pages to share with others who do not have JMP. The Profiler