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October 2007

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The Secret to Success? Find It at the Innovators' Summit
G3 Cheers!
7 Ways to Get Started with JMP® 7
See What JMP and SAS are Doing for Genomics Data Analysis
Parlez-Vous JMP?
Emergent BioSolutions' Solution to Anthrax
Technical Information Delivered to You
Richard Potter on 64-Bit Computing

Getting a JMP Start
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Innovators' Summit
October 14-16
Traverse City, MI

Visual Business Intelligence: Transaction-based Business Process Improvement and Optimization
November 1, 2007
New York, NY

Get Info on the JMP User Conference

UCLA Biotechnology Vendor Showcase
October 4, 2007
Los Angeles, CA

WUSS
October 17-19, 2007
San Francisco, CA

4th ISMI Symposium on Manufacturing Effectiveness
October 22-25, 2007
Austin, Texas

IQPC Business Process Excellence Exchange 2007
October 23-24, 2007
London, UK

American Society of Human Genetics
October 23-27, 2007
San Diego, CA

MWSUG
October 28-30, 2007
Des Moines, IA

IQPC 3rd Annual European Lean, Six Sigma & Process Improvement Summit
October 29 - November 1, 2007
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

SESUG
November 4-6, 2007
Hilton Head, SC

INFORMS Annual Meeting
November 4-7, 2007
Seattle, WA

NESUG
November 11-14, 2007
Baltimore, MD

Lean Six Sigma Excellence Conference
November 15, 2007
Fort Wayne, IN

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The Secret to Success? Find It at the Innovators' Summit

What secret ingredient do McDonald's restaurants share with Procter & Gamble laundry detergent, Emergent BioSolutions anthrax vaccines and Capital One customer retention programs? The innovative use of analytics for product development and process improvement. That's what keeps these top-tier companies ahead of the pack. See how data visualization inspires innovation at the first-ever Innovators' Summit at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa on the shores of Lake Michigan. But hurry - summit dates are Oct. 14-16, so this is your last call to register!
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G3 Cheers!

G3 Enterprises Napa Valley's G3 Enterprises uses JMP in the bottling and capping of fine wines for the most discerning palates. Find out why this company deserves three cheers for statistical discoveries and problem solving.
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7 Ways to Get Started with JMP® 7

Seeing is believing with JMP 7. The latest version of this statistical discovery software from SAS brings unmatched interactivity and powerful analysis to the desktop. You can explore relationships, see where trends take you, delve into areas that interest you, and be led in directions you hadn't previously considered. JMP shows you important patterns of variation, so you can literally see your data - no matter how many variables you have. Visit the JMP Web site for seven easy ways to get up and running quickly.
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See What JMP and SAS are Doing for Genomics Data Analysis

Tune in to the JMP Genomics tutorial page to view two new "What's New" demos outlining new features in JMP Genomics 3.0. Doug Robinson, PhD, Application Scientist Manager for JMP Genomics, details performance enhancements and new processes for whole-genome SNP analysis and expression analysis. More new features, including support for copy-number data analysis, will be available in the next release of JMP Genomics, coming soon.
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Parlez-Vous JMP?

JMP 7 PackageJMP 7 isn't just for English-speakers anymore. This interactive data visualization software from SAS is now available in French, German, Japanese, simplified Chinese and Korean. Current JMP 7 users can download the update at no charge by visiting JMP Software Updates. In addition to language support files, release 7.0.1 also includes some maintenance updates, so get your free upgrade today. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words - in any language.
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Emergent BioSolutions' Solution to Anthrax

Byron WingerdJMP is used to design a lot of things. And it is used to ensure the quality of perhaps even more things. But did you know that anthrax vaccine is among those things? Watch a podcast featuring Byron Wingerd, Principal Scientist at Emergent BioSolutions, talk about the steps taken to ensure quality in the immunobiotics that the organization produces to help prevent or treat life-threatening diseases.
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Technical Information Delivered to You

JMPer CableLove hearing from the JMP architects themselves? Looking for every tip and trick you can find? Can't get enough of the cool ways engineers, financial executives and statisticians are using JMP? Then you'll want to subscribe to the JMPer Cable, a technical, print publication for JMP users. The latest issue is dedicated to JMP 7, and includes a guide by John Sall to the many exciting new features.

JMPer Cable is mailed to registered users, but you can also read it online at our Web site or subscribe to it in iTunes and receive it in PDF format. iTunes will download new issues automatically as they become available. Learn how to subscribe on our Web site or search for "JMP" in the iTunes Store under Podcasts.
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Richard Potter on 64-Bit Computing

JMP Blog Are you one of those people who places ever-increasing demands on JMP, with larger and larger data sets? If so, you'll want to know about the 64-bit version of JMP for Windows and Linux, scheduled for release this month. Richard Potter, Director of Research and Development for JMP, explains what this means: A theoretical limit of 16 exabites, or roughly 2 billion rows of data. That work for you?
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