JMP: Accessing and Manipulating Data with JMP
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Monday, May 16
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Make your plans now to attend the second annual JMP User Conference, June 7-8, at SAS World Headquarters in Cary, NC.
Spring has sprung and as our gift to you, we are extending our Early Bird discount. Hurry and register for the JMP User Conference before May 9 and save $200 or more. Once May 9 passes, you'll have to pay standard prices.The conference will bring together users of all levels and include special sessions customized for JMP novices and company executives. Developed and designed for JMP users, this conference will be followed by two-days of training, June 9-10, offering dynamic courses on popular JMP topics.
Get a Free Pre-Release Copy of JMP 6
A free 30-day pre-release, non-supported copy of JMP 6 will be given free to attendees of the New Features in JMP 6 courses associated with the JMP® User Conference. It's just one more reason to come to the conference and to take a course or two, besides being the first to attend courses premiering at the conference.
New from SAS Publishing: JMP for Basic Univariate & Multivariate Statistics
Learn how to manage JMP data and perform the statistical analyses most commonly used in research in the social sciences and other areas with JMP for Basic Univariate and Multivariate Statistics: A Step-by-Step Guide, by Ann Lehman, Norm O'Rourke, Larry Hatcher, and Edward J. Stepanski. Clearly written instructions guide you through the basic concepts of research and data analysis, enabling you to easily perform statistical analyses and solve problems in real-world research. Step-by-step, you'll discover how to obtain descriptive and inferential statistics, summarize results, perform a wide range of JMP analyses, interpret the results, and more!
Invite JMP to Your Next Internal Company Event
JMP welcomes the opportunity to participate in your internal technical showcases and other meetings of your engineers, scientists, reasearchers, quality improvement teams, and management. Our staff will be pleased to provide speakers, give demonstrations, and participate in panel discussions. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know about your next event.
Who Created the T Test and What Does It Have to Do with a Famous Irish Brewery?
This is the first of a new ongoing series, featured on the JMP website, called "Well, What Do You Know?" Every month or so, we'll add a new, interesting story about the field of statistics.At the turn of the 20th century, William Sealy Gosset worked for the Guinness Brewing Company in Dublin, Ireland. As a graduate of Oxford with a combined degree in chemistry and mathematics, he was challenged to apply new scientific methods to the business. Gosset used Poisson's distribution to perfect the measurement of yeast cells, which led to a formulating a more consistent beverage. He also conducted agricultural studies that helped improve barley crop yields.
JMP Wins Three Excellence Awards from Society for Technical Communication
The Carolina chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) awarded JMP three Awards of Excellence for its 2004-2005 competition. In the Technical publications category, JMP received awards for JMP Start Statistics, 3rd Edition, and JMP Points of Interest . In the Online Communication category, the JMP website was awarded. Awards of Excellence are given to projects that consistently meet high standards and demonstrate an exceptional understanding of technical communication principles.
Want to Become a JMP Reference?
We are looking for individuals willing to serve as a JMP reference. By becoming a JMP reference, you can assist us in one of the following ways:
JMP Tip: Using the Red and Blue Triangles
You will encounter two types of triangles in JMP's interface. Both are clickable.
Red triangles are "hot spots" that you click on to reveal a menu. The menu is contextual, so it only shows relevant commands. This gives you quick access to the exact functions you need at a particular time.Blue triangles are disclosure icons that, when clicked, alternately open and close sections of a report. This allows you to easily hide sections so that you can display only the parts that are important to you.
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