I’ve always found the title of the book series "for Dummies" somewhat insulting. However, during many of the webcasts JMP offers, we get asked the question, “Is there a JMP for Dummies book?” Two SAS authors, Curt Hinrichs and Chuck Boiler, just released a concise illustrated guide that comes close.
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José and Brenda Ramírez are not only SAS and JMP experts, great teachers and smart, funny people. They’re also international technical publications winners. Their book, Analyzing and Interpreting Continuous Data Using JMP: A Step-by-Step Guide, won the International Technical Publications Competition (ITPC) Award of Excellence. The awarding organization is the
Graph Builder is among the easiest and most versatile platforms in JMP. In this short demo (duration: 04:19 | opens in a new window), extracted from a longer demo given by JMP Systems Engineer Sam Gardner, you see how to: Analyze data and visualize results by dragging variables into the
Data mining is looking for patterns and relationships in (sometimes large volumes of) data. Many methods, such as recursive partitioning and neural nets, are extremely sensitive to the sample of data being mined. How do you know if you are creating a model that would be useful for predicting future
I recently came across an announcement about a Georgia Tech Research Institute Distinguished Performance Award given to Tommer Ender. Tommer used JMP in his research when he worked with Dmitri Mavris as a PhD candidate at Georgia Tech. Tommer, now Dr. Ender, currently works at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
It’s a great time to learn about how to use JMP, either for teaching your course or doing your homework. The JMP Academic team will be presenting the online seminar titled JMP Basics for Professors and Students three times this summer: June 22, July 21 and August 17. If you
Bubble Plots in JMP are a good way to analyze and visualize the relationship between three or more variables, especially if you want to analyze over time or over any other continuous variable. JMP Systems Engineer Sam Gardner gave a brief demo (duration: 04:19 | opens in a new window)
During my last trip home from a JMP customer visit, my flight was delayed getting out of Raleigh, North Carolina, due to mechanical problems. This caused me to miss my connection in Philadelphia, and I ended up with a six-hour layover awaiting the next flight home to Rochester, New York,
I chatted with Malcolm Moore, JMP Technical Manager for Europe, about the Scientific Computing article by Mark Anawis: "Six Sigma in the PC World -- Investigational approach benefits from the power of statistical tools." Anawis describes how statistical tools, including JMP, can be used as part of the DMAIC methodology.
The JMP Academic Team is proud to announce the initial release of the JMP Learning Library on our Web site. We created the Learning Library to provide resources for professors and for students who are taking introductory statistics courses. Of course, if you are an old timer like me, you