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February 2007

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Washing Away R&D Worries in the Consumer Products Industry
New Genomics Tutorials
Learn JMP® via These 'Essential' Podcasts
Be a Hit on Campus with JMP® Student Edition
JMP® Genomics: See What Your Data is Trying to Tell You
Course Highlight: Instructor Laura Ryan Discusses New Live Web JMP® Course
Don't Forget to Set Your Clocks — And Your Scripts — Forward in March
See Your Data in a Whole New Light at the 2007 JMP® User Conference
Triangle Company Offers High-Tech Way to Help Nonprofits

Getting a JMP Start
Feb. 9, 16, 23
Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
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ASQ 2007 Six Sigma Conference
February 12-13
Phoenix, AZ

19th Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (ICTCM)
February 15-18
Boston, MA

Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference
February 27-March 2
San Francisco, CA

Eastern North American Region (ENAR) International Biometric Society 2007 Spring Meeting
March 11-14
Atlanta, GA

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Washing Away R&D Worries in the Consumer Products Industry

DETERTEC uses JMP® to virtualize consumers' visual perception, helping clients save time and money.

Now more than ever, business competition is fierce. The overarching goal dictated by executives is the need for steady top-line growth, creating the need for R&D teams to continually accelerate their pace of innovation to stay ahead.

In the consumer products industry, the story is no different. Companies are compelled to design products and technologies that offer a superior perceived consumer value. The most successful products in this highly competitive market offer improved sensory experiences to demanding consumers.
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New Genomics Tutorials

JMP provides a number of different paths to explore data and unfold analyses sequentially as you uncover problems or opportunities for quality improvement. Our growing collection of short JMP Genomics tutorials instruct you in sample methods for exploring data and accomplishing different tasks you may find valuable during data analysis. They cover a variety of topics, such as importing text, CSV, and Affymetrix 3' expression .CHP files, quality control analysis of microarray data, and more. Flash is required for viewing.
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Learn JMP® via These 'Essential' Podcasts

JMP is proud to sponsor the video podcast series, Applied Statistical Essentials (for 6 Sigma) , from Predictum Management Services of Toronto. Watch, learn and practice statistical methods through this free online training course. Your instructor, Wayne Levin, makes it easy and fun to understand and apply statistical methods, whether it's for Six Sigma initiatives, quality improvement, or research and development. Levin is a professional engineer, consultant and trainer in Six Sigma, and a Six Sigma Master Black Belt.
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Be a Hit on Campus with JMP® Student Edition

Help your students master statistics quickly and have fun doing it. JMP Student Edition is an easy-to-use streamlined version of JMP that provides all the statistics covered in introductory and intermediate courses. The software is available as a twelve-month single-user license and is distributed exclusively at college bookstores bundled with select textbooks. The software is structured to mirror the applied real-world approach of modern courses and to help students master statistical concepts quickly.
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JMP® Genomics: See What Your Data is Trying to Tell You

In science, seeing is believing. JMP Genomics software from SAS lets you see exactly what your genomics research data is trying to tell you. Dynamically linking advanced statistics with graphics, JMP Genomics brings high-powered, sophisticated genomic data exploration and analysis to the desktop. This all-in-one solution helps researchers understand the data generated from genetics, expression or exon microarray and proteomics studies. But we hope you'll see for yourself. Visit our new Web page and download the new JMP Genomics product brief.
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Course Highlight: Instructor Laura Ryan Discusses New Live Web JMP® Course

Live Web courses are quickly becoming a favorite among SAS Education students. Students report that the ease of use, ability to ask questions and lack of travel time and expense make Live Web a viable alternative when they can't attend a course in person. Now students can also take advantage of several new JMP courses that have been added to the Live Web curriculum, including JMP Software: Design and Analysis of Experiments. Instructor Laura Ryan tells us a little about the class, herself and using JMP.
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Don't Forget to Set Your Clocks — And Your Scripts — Forward in March

Have you written any JSL scripts that incorporate Daylight Saving Time? If so, you'll want to make adaptations to scripts to take into account changes set by the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Per the change, Daylight Saving Time will begin this year at 2:00 a.m., Sunday, March 11, as opposed to previous years when it began in April. The new Daylight Saving Time schedule calls for clocks to revert to standard time at 3:00 a.m. on the first Sunday of November rather than on the last Sunday in October.
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See Your Data in a Whole New Light at the 2007 JMP® User Conference

After a week of illumination at the fourth annual JMP User Conference, you'll return to work with new ideas, best practices and technical tips for analyzing your data in JMP. Join us the week of June 11th for keynote addresses from industry visionaries, workshops, multiple session tracks, hands-on training and an abundance of networking opportunities. Register now and save $200 off the standard price!
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Triangle Company Offers High-Tech Way to Help Nonprofits

JMP has a high-tech way nonprofits can cut fund-raising costs and raise more money.

The Healing Place of Wake County helps homeless men and women with addictions. The average stay is 10 months, but 70 percent of those who leave the Healing Place are sober a year later. It works for just $25 a person per night, but those costs can add up.
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