Getting Started with JMP
Getting Started with Genetic/Expression Analysis in JMP Genomics
April 24, May 15
12 pm ET (9 am PT)
Exploring Interactive and Visual Data Mining with JMP
Lowering Costs Through Visual Analytics
Exploring Predictive Analytics and Data Visualization with JMP
Exploring Risk Visualization and JMP
Next-Gen Data Analysis Using JMP Genomics
May 14, Rockville, MD
Presented by Tom Donnelly
JMP Explorers Series
ECU Innovation Exposition
Risk Analysis Symposium 2009
2009 AERA Annual Meeting
IQPC Process Excellence Summit
NCTM 2009 Annual Meeting and Exposition
BioResearch Product Faire
INFORMS Conference on Operations Research Practice
CHI's Bio-IT World Conference & Expo '09
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Hear Gladwell at JMP Conferences
We know. Travel budgets are evaporating. Training is hard to get approved. Who has the luxury to anticipate the next phases of analytic innovation? No one, right? Think again. You can't afford not to. Consider Malcolm Gladwell's "outliers" -- they all answered the door when opportunity knocked. Won't you? We're calling on all JMP experts to submit papers and posters for presentation at Discovery 2009. And we're asking the world's analytic movers and shakers to mark their calendars for the Innovators' Summit. These premier events will take place back to back in Chicago, Sept. 16-19.
Coming Soon: JMP® 8 for Mac and Linux
No matter what operating system you use, JMP has something new to offer. Mac and Linux versions of JMP 8 will be released at the end of April. Pre-order your single-license copy of the Mac version by April 24 and save 25%. Users of JMP 8 for Windows don't have to wait: a maintenance release is now available for download from the JMP Web site that will update your installed copy of JMP 8 to release 8.0.1. In addition to fixing critical technical issues, this new release includes language-support files for Italian and complete documentation and help files in Japanese. All JMP 8 users are encouraged to download the update. A complete list of fixes is available.
Research Yields Vital Clue to Kidney Disease
The discovery of a spontaneous mutation in a single amino acid has led German researchers to a finding that may help slow the progression of a debilitating kidney disease that afflicts millions of people around the world. JMP Genomics has helped researchers identify a gene suspected of playing a role in the progression of polycystic kidney disease, or PKD.
JMP Launches Explorers Series
Who better to explore with you the latest in interactive data mining, data visualization and risk visualization than Dick De Veaux, Stephen Few and Sam Savage, respectively? That's why we've partnered with them to guide you on your quest for better-informed decision making. Join us at one of the complimentary seminars in our Explorers Series, coming to a city near you.
UK News Abounds on Web Site
Learning about JMP activities in the UK couldn't be easier with our new-look Web site. Visit us to find out about Webcasts, seminars, workshops and conferences. Or contact us for a free personalized demonstration. Bookmark the site to keep up to date with the latest UK news and activities.
JMP® Genomics Seminar Series Heads West
Learn how JMP Genomics supports next-gen sequencing at the National Center for Genome Resources (NCGR) and simplifies the analysis of gene expression data through Ingenuity Pathways Analysis. Faye Schilkey from NCGR and Kashef Qaadri of Ingenuity will join JMP Genomics expert Jordan Hiller at a series of complimentary seminars set for early May in California and Arizona. Attend the one closest to you and see how JMP Genomics lets you follow your data wherever it leads.
Follow JMP on Twitter -- and Get 'Linked In'
Now you can receive news of JMP on Twitter, the "microblogging" service. It's easy to follow the JMP Twitter feed: Just sign up for a free Twitter account, search for JMP_software and click the "Follow" button. You'll get brief updates about JMP, SAS, data exploration, analytics and data visualization -- and we hope to hear from you via Twitter. Also, if you're on the professional networking site LinkedIn, join the JMP Professional Network. Members of that group are talking about such things as scripting, users groups and control charts. Why not share your questions and expertise, too?
Lowering Costs Through Visual Analytics
Whether your focus is oil and gas, energy services, petrochemicals or supplying those industries, you can save money by enhancing process efficiencies and by improving the reliability of products and data. Designed experiments let you determine -- before costly changes are made -- which adjustments will yield the greatest gains in quality or process improvement. Attend a complimentary seminar April 21 in Houston to find out how visual analytics and design of experiments can save time and money, even for complex problems involving huge numbers of variables.
Osmetech Transforms Genetic Testing
Responding to a growing acceptance of molecular diagnostic testing, Osmetech Molecular Diagnostics is transforming molecular diagnostics into practical, cost-effective testing solutions that begin in a doctor's office. For many genetic tests, gone are the days of special scheduling, long delays awaiting results and expensive specialist interpretations.
Prediction Intervals Even Better in JMP® 8
JMP 8 offers a new capability to generate simultaneous prediction intervals, which are very useful when making claims about the future performance of small lots of products. José Ramírez recently updated his white paper on statistical intervals to include examples that incorporate simultaneous prediction intervals. In a new section -- How Much Can We Trust Our Claims? -- Ramírez describes how to determine the stability of the process used to generate the data that becomes the basis for claims.
Make Powerful PowerPoints
Want to add power to your presentations? Now you can show off the animation and interactivity of JMP by embedding the Flash versions of the Profiler and Bubble Plot in PowerPoint presentations. This article also describes how it is possible to add the Flash versions to Word and Excel.
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