Catch that lazy day read and make learning a breeze with two JMP books



It’s summertime, and that means it’s time to grab a good book and relax in the hammock out back. And, if you’re like me, having a good read that can give me a leg up at work is a bonus – and these two books are perfect hammock reading.  While they cover a broad range of ways to use JMP® to analyze data, the simple step-by-step instructions in each make learning a breeze.


Fundamentals of Predictive Analytics with JMP -- Great for the novice user, yet useful for you advanced statistical analysts, this book covers the intermediate steps between basic statistics and predictive analytics and leads you to data mining. Learn how to apply the basic methods of predictive analytics, including linear regression, analysis of variance, classification and regression trees, logistic regression and neural networks. Check it out for step-by-step instructions on how to perform and evaluate an analysis in JMP complete with screenshots like the ones shown here.



Also valuable for the beginner and advanced researchers, JMP for Basic Univariate and Multivariate Statistics covers a broad range of analyses.


You’ll find descriptions and statistical details on studies from simple descriptive statistics through t-tests to regression and analysis of variance, making complex multivariate procedures easy to do. This second edition was updated from version 5 to version 10 and includes major improvements to many existing platforms with simple and clear terms followed by research examples.


So, shake off that hammock, grab a book and kick back for some intellectually stimulating reading. Don’t forget your sunscreen and bug spray!

What are you reading this summer? Share your favorite book in the comments section.

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