Getting a JMP Start
April 6, 13, 20, 27
1 pm ET (10 am PT)
JMP® for Design of Experiments: Empowering the
Featuring Dr. Chris Nachtsheim
Microarrays in Medicine (The G.O.T. Summit)
Six Sigma Leadership Conference 2007
SAS Global Forum 2007
IQPC 8th Annual Six Sigma Summit London
ASQ World Conference on Quality and
USCOTS - United States Conference on Teaching
May 19-23, 2007
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Building Models Builds Consensus
In tire testing standards development, a task force of the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) uses JMP for real-time data analysis on roadwheel lab tests. The results have real-world impact.Checked your tires lately? Leighton Spadone has. Spadone is a Goodyear R&D associate, and most recently he's been taking a good, hard look at commercial truck tires as a member of an American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) task group charged with developing laboratory high-speed and endurance tests for these tires.
Goodyear Expert to Speak at JMP® User Conference
Plan now to make tracks to the JMP User Conference June 12-13 and learn how Goodyear uses JMP to conform to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration standards. Leighton Spadone, a seasoned technical project manager and chemist with 40 years of experience in R&D at Goodyear, will speak about "Regression Modeling of Truck Tire Running Temperatures." Register and pay for the conference by May 18 to save $100 with our Early Bird Discount.
John Sall Presents JMP® 7 at SAS Global Forum
SAS is pleased to introduce the upcoming release of JMP® 7 at
SAS Global Forum 2007, April 16-19 in Orlando, FL. Visit JMP in the Demo
Area in Booths 44 & 45 (across from SAS Solutions). SAS Executive Vice
President John Sall will present "JMP 7 Features: Computer Experiments,
Large Scale Analytics and Visualization" on Tuesday, April 17. Listen in
as Sall, the lead architect for JMP development, describes how advances in
modeling and computational speed are enhancing data visualization
New! Watch a Video Preview of Doug Montgomery's Upcoming DOE Seminar
JMP invites you to attend a complimentary seminar, "JMP for Design of Experiments: Empowering the Practitioner," April 20 at Georgia Tech's Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory. Watch a video preview online. This seminar focuses on the use of RSM and other methods for modern DOE. Dr. Douglas Montgomery, an expert in design of experiments, discusses approaches to and benefits of designed experiments. JMP developers will demonstrate ways that JMP supports and guides experimental design activities. Dr. Montgomery offers case studies from a variety of industries including consumer products and goods, financial services and manufacturing.
MAQC Scientists To Meet at SAS
Scientists studying the prospective use of DNA technology to expedite diagnoses and customize medical treatment will meet at SAS world headquarters in May. As many as 100 researchers are expected to attend the meeting of the MicroArray Quality Control (MAQC) Consortium May 24 and 25.The consortium, which includes three SAS researchers, is involved in a sweeping study of DNA microarray technology sponsored by the US Food and Drug Administration. Microarrays let researchers see how genetic properties are "expressed" -- turned on or off by environmental stimuli or a cell's changing needs. They let scientists observe the expressions of thousands of genes at once. Already, researchers are using these lab tools extensively to discover how various diseases develop and progress.
Microarrays Help USDA Keep Crops Safe
Debbie Boykin works in a world of numbers. As area statistician for the Agricultural Research Service of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), she collaborates with more than 250 scientists in a five-state area. USDA has long relied on SAS software for its powerful data analysis capabilities. Last year, after SAS released JMP Genomics, USDA purchased 30 licenses of the new software, which its researchers are using across a 25-state area from Maine to Minnesota to Mississippi. In one project, agency scientists are using JMP Genomics and microarrays to weed out pathogens in corn.
Learning to Make Business Decisions at UConn
In this audio-only episode of the JMP Podcast, Jeffrey Rummel, Associate Professor in the University of Connecticut's School of Business, talks about equipping students with the statistical knowledge and software they can use to make business decisions. New software capabilities help him show students the kinds of questions to ask about data and how to know when to tap the knowledge of statisticians. If you don't have an iPod, don't worry. You can listen to the episode on your computer. You can also subscribe to the podcast series in iTunes and never miss an episode.
JMP® Genomics, Ingenuity Streamline Discovery Process
SAS, the leader in business intelligence, and Ingenuity Systems recently announced a partnership aimed at streamlining the discovery of important biological connections from high-throughput microarray experiments. Integration between JMP Genomics software from SAS and Ingenuity Pathways Analysis (IPA) provides users the capability to upload the results of microarray analysis workflows directly into IPA for rapid and reliable interpretation of their experimental data within a biological context.
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