Tag: JMP

Nele Coghe 3
Calculate your survival chance on the Titanic

On the 10th of April, 1912, the RMS Titanic set out on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean carrying 2,223 passengers. On the 14th of April, it hit an iceberg and sank. There were 1,517 fatalities. Identifying information was not available for all passengers. The titanic dataset describes the survival status

Aimee Rodriguez 0
3 reasons to learn more about JSL

With the publication of JSL Companion: Applications of the JMP Scripting Language, by Theresa Utlaut, Georgia Morgan, and Kevin Anderson, novice scripters now have a resource that helps them go beyond the basics of the JMP Scripting Language (JSL). Why JSL? The authors have the answers: 1.  Easy to start

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Lou Metzger 0
There are NO dumb questions

I've heard many questions during my 6 years as Sales Manager for SAS Publishing. I’ve noticed that we frequently get similar questions from customers. I’ve compiled a few of these frequently asked questions below with answers. I hope this helps. Please let us know what information would help you navigate our books. Question: I am

Shelley Sessoms 0
Find me at Statistical Practice 2012

In less than two weeks, I’ll be in sunny Florida attending a brand new conference. According to their Web site, Statistical Practice 2012 aims to bring together hundreds of statistical practitioners, including data analysts, researchers and scientists who engage in the application of statistics to solve real-world problems on a daily basis.

Aimee Rodriguez 9
3 things every elementary statistics student should know

We’ve just published Chris Olsen’s Teaching Elementary Statistics with JMP, which offers the latest research on best practices and how JMP can facilitate teaching statistics. To mark the book’s publication, we asked Chris to tell us the top three things every elementary statistics student should know. Statistics is about numbers