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John Sall

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
John Sall, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President, SAS

A Few of My Favorite Things

John Sall, JMP creator and co-founder of SAS, is well loved for his talks that introduce new versions of JMP to the marketplace. No matter where in the world he is, Sall is never more at home than when he shows off the new features and functionality of JMP products. For this keynote, however, he will take a deep dive into a few of his favorite things about JMP and JMP Pro. Get ready to be surprised and delighted at Sall’s choices.

Phil Simon

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 10:45 – 11:45 a.m.
Phil Simon, Author, Message Not Received and The Visual Organization

How to Create a Culture of Analytics

Pockets of analytic excellence could be a good thing – what organization wouldn’t love having various groups of statistical geniuses guiding decisions? Phil Simon, award-winning author specializing in management, contends that those pockets are often suboptimal and potentially dangerous. What is truly powerful is an organization in which analytical thinking pervades the culture – where experimenting is valued and decisions are based on data as opposed to gut instincts.

Xan Gregg

Wednesday, Sept. 16, 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Xan Gregg, JMP Director of Research and Development, SAS

All Graphs Are Wrong, but Yours Can Be Useful

Data visualization is our most efficient tool for understanding information, but it’s far from perfect. Collected data is an imperfect representation of the underlying information. A graph is an imperfect representation of the data. Our understanding is an imperfect representation of the graph. But don’t despair. Xan Gregg, creator of the Graph Builder, will talk about how understanding visual perception can help us make more effective data visualizations.

Xan Gregg

Thursday, Sept. 17, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Douglas Montgomery, Regents’ Professor of Industrial Engineering and Statistics, Arizona State University

The Flight of the Phoenix

The 1965 movie The Flight of the Phoenix is a story about a plane crash in the Sahara desert following World War II. One of the survivors says he's an airplane designer and that they can make a flyable plane from the wreckage of the demolished “flying boxcar.” The movie is all about the hard work and effort required to do this, and the all-star cast makes for a tremendously enjoyable adventure flick. There’s an interesting parallel between this movie and design of experiments. In the late 1980s, many academic statisticians declared design of experiments dead; an area in which all of the important, relevant research had already been done, and it was unnecessary to invest any further effort in serious study and research. This was while applications were expanding at an exponential rate. It turns out that the field was far from dead, and the period from the early 1990s to the present has been one of the most productive in terms of new design of experiments methodology and applications environments. This talk focuses on some of the reasons that some felt design of experiments was no longer of interest and some of the new developments and applications that have made this one of the most active and important fields of applied statistics. A true “Flight of the Phoenix.”

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Posters

Design of Experiments (DOE) Using JMP®

Charles Edwin Shipp, Founder, Consider Consulting Corporation

What Can JMP® Do for You If Hypothesis Testing Is Banned?

Chong Ho Yu, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology and Quantitative Research Consultant, Azusa Pacific University
Anna Yu, Graduate Studen, Claremont Graduate University
Samantha Douglas, Research Assistant, Azusa Pacific University

A JMP® Into the Android App Store: What Makes a Best-Selling App?

David Agogo, Doctoral Candidate, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Recrystallization of DATNBI Guided by JMP®

Edward Cooke, Chemist, US Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC)
Paul Anderson, PhD, Lead Chemist, US Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC)
Alexander Paraskos, PhD, Lead Chemist, US Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC)

Nonlinear Growth? No Problem. Score Equating in JMP® Using Common-Measure, Linearly-Smoothed Equipercentile Equating

Elizabeth N. Dewey, Senior Research Analyst/Statistician, Dynamic Measurement Group
Roland H Good III, PhD, President and Associate Director of Research and Development, Dynamic Measurement Group

Examining Factors That Influence English Premier Soccer Results Using JMP® Pro 11

Huyen Nguyen, Graduate Student, Oklahoma State University
June Phan, Graduate Student, Oklahoma State University

Transitioning From Minitab or SPSS to JMP® Software

Jason Brinkley, PhD, Senior Researcher, American Institutes for Research

Image Analyzer

John Ponte, JMP Principal Software Developer, SAS

Extending the Life of Hepatocytes With JMP® Statistical Discovery Software

Kevin Vedvik, Senior Staff Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Jessica Bonzo, PhD, Staff Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Rafal Witek, PhD, Associate Director of Research and Development, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Everyone Loves Sea Turtles! Analyzing Nests on the Eastern US Coastline

Mandy Chambers, JMP Principal Development Tester, SAS

Interactive Tool for Mass-Producible LED Flashlight and Product Design Space Analysis With JSL

Troy Seletos, Graduate Student, Brigham Young University

Comparison of Ages and Conditions for Best Performances in 1,500-Meter Running

Vegard Oelstad, Graduate Student, Oklahoma State University
Cory Hinchey, Graduate Student, Oklahoma State University

Using JMP® to Find Predictive Model of Electrochromic Window Behavior for Future Optimization

Ahoo Malekafzali, Doctoral Candidate, North Carolina State University
Ghazal Falahi, PhD, JMP Senior Associate Systems Engineer, SAS

Predicting a Player’s NBA Success Using Collegiate Statistics

Christopher Linn, Graduate Student, Oklahoma State University
Kushal Kathed, Graduate Student, Oklahoma State University

Using Selection Filters in JMP® 12

Daniel Schikore, PhD, JMP Principal Software Developer, SAS

Mining JMP® Reports Using XPath

Philip Brown, Senior Applications Developer, Predictum
Farhan Mansoor, Software Engineer, Predictum

Partial Characterization of the Extraction Method for and Treatment With a Potential Anti-Cancer Agent From Almonds

Daniel Machado, Student, Bob Jones University
Amy Tuck, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biology, Bob Jones University
Steve Figard, PhD, Research Director, Bob Jones University

Implementation of Quality by Design in Tablet Film Coating Using JMP®

Venkatesh Balasubramanian, Manager of Product Development and Technical Services, Ohm-Labs Inc.
Piyush Patel, Process Validation, Ohm-Labs Inc.

Thermocouples: Simple Temperature Measuring Devices – or Are They? A Placement Exploration With JMP®

Vicki Barbur, PhD, Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer, Concurrent Technologies Corporation
Michael Tims, Advisor Engineer, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

JMP® Genomics Offers Solutions for Big Data Challenges

Wenjun Bao, PhD, JMP Manager of Advanced Analytics Testing, SAS
Tzu-Ming Chu, PhD, JMP Principal Research Statistician Developer, SAS
Russ Wolfinger, PhD, JMP Director of Scientific Discovery and Genomics, SAS

Solving Data Extraction and Analysis Problems Effectively and Efficiently Using Interactive JMP® Interfaces and the RunProgram Command

Jake Weaver, Data Analysis Engineer, IM Flash Technologies

Creating a Master Add-In Manger for Your Organization

Michael E. Haslam, PhD, Vice President of Application Development, Predictum Inc.
Jason Erb, Senior Programmer/Analyst, Predictum Inc.

Utilization of JMP® for Nicotine Biomarker Method Validation

Stephen Arnstein, Chemist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention