Getting Started with JMP
June 12, 26
July 10, 17, 24, 31
12 pm ET (9 am PT)
Also available ON DEMAND
Lowering Costs Through Visual Analytics
Exploring Predictive Analytics and Data Visualization with JMP
Exploring Interactive and Visual Data Mining with JMP
Next-Gen Biomarker Discovery Using JMP Genomics
Exploring Risk Visualization and JMP
June 22, New York, NY
June 24, Cary, NC
June 26, Atlanta, GA
Presented by Stephen Few
JMP Explorers Series
QPRC - Quality & Productivity Research Conference
EPA Research Triangle Park
CHI's Genomic Tools & Technologies Summit
NC State Six Sigma Forum
San Antonio, TX
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Coming Soon to a City Near You: Ways to Explore Your Data and Save
Whether you live on the East Coast or West, up North or down South, our popular Explorers Seminar Series is coming your way in June. Knowledge leaders in data mining and visualization will speak this month to audiences in Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta and Cary, NC. Hundreds of people have attended at least one of these complimentary JMP seminars to hear Stephen Few, Sam Savage or Dick De Veaux, among others, discuss the value of data analytics and visualization. Let our experts show you how to see hidden trends in your data to reduce risk, save time and increase efficiencies across your organization -- no matter what your industry. See the schedule and reserve your spot now.
Scientific Computing Review Hails JMP® 8
Calling JMP "an old friend," statistician John Wass reviewed JMP 8 for Scientific Computing and pronounces it a "major upgrade." The cover story for the magazine includes several visualizations and discusses many of the important new features of JMP 8. "This latest version is stunning in the quality of the graphics, and JMP has pioneered the advancement of statistical graphics by heavily linking most number-crunching operations to a graphic," Wass concludes.
JMP® 8 for Macintosh and Linux Is Here
You can now get JMP 8 for Mac and Linux -- as well as JMP 64-Bit Edition, Version 8, for both of these operating systems. Whether you are a Mac, Linux or Windows user, you can get instantaneous visual feedback as you explore data and construct graphs. You also can design and analyze choice studies to find out which product features consumers value most; use new platforms that provide immediate, visual representation of product reliability; and experience even better integration with SAS products.
Early-Bird Discount Expires June 15
Discovery 2009 and Innovators' Summit aren't until September. So what's to gain from registering now? More than half off the regular registration fee, for starters. Add to that a special JMP gift for the first 200 registrants. Until June 15, you can sign up for either conference for $200. Better yet, sign up for both events for only $295! They take place back to back in the same Chicago venue. Unprecedented discounts are also available for pre-conference training classes. If you can attend only one conference this year, make it these two.
JMP® Genomics 4: It's Got a Great Pedigree
The just-released version of this powerful desktop software includes new and enhanced capabilities for all types of users: biologists, biostatisticians and statistical geneticists alike. Integrating the latest versions of JMP and SAS software, JMP Genomics 4 dynamically links advanced statistics with graphics to provide a complete and comprehensive picture of research results. Explore the expanded Web site and see what you've been missing!
Explore Reliability Analysis with William Meeker
In a new complimentary Webcast series, William Meeker, PhD, Professor of Statistics at Iowa State University, shows you the next generation of reliability analysis. Learn on demand about probability plots and life distribution, multiple failure modes, modeling life with explanatory variables and accelerated life testing. Find out how to use three-parameter distributions, identify failure causes, estimate life distribution characteristics, and streamline product development through accelerated life testing.
Award-Winning Study Used JMP® Genomics
The National Center for Genome Resources (NCGR), which uses JMP Genomics to glean more information from its research findings, recently won a 2009 Bio-IT World Best Practices Award for research into the genomics of schizophrenia. NCGR integrates JMP Genomics into its analysis process to put results into statistical context after NCGR's Alpheus analysis pipeline detects important genes or regions in next-generation sequencing data.
Saving Money While Becoming Climate Neutral
Find out how the Energy Services Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill uses JMP to assess, monitor and help reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of an organization as large and complex as a midsize city. In a data visualization gallery, you'll see how JMP displays the university's greenhouse gas inventory, helps track energy use and helps identify opportunities for energy efficiency. So, not only does the university demonstrate its commitment to becoming climate neutral -- but it also saves tens of thousands of dollars in annual energy costs.
Uncovering Surprises in Solar Farm Data
JMP's data visualization expert, Xan Gregg, is always looking for interesting data to explore. So when SAS' 1-megawatt solar farm near headquarters in Cary, NC, started up a few months ago, he got the data and visualized it using Graph Builder, the new drag-and-drop graphing feature in JMP 8. He found a couple of surprises in the data. See if you can explain what's happening in the data! You can even download the solar farm data set.
Research Yields Ideas for Software Features
Tom Juenger, an Associate Professor in the Section of Integrative Biology at the University of Texas at Austin, feels a certain sense of ownership in JMP Genomics -- as well he should. After all, he has contributed to its design, as have quite a few other dedicated users of this customized statistical discovery software from SAS. Juenger, a longtime SAS user, began using JMP when he began studying genomics. "When you're going from looking at 10 genes to looking at thousands of genes, making biological sense of the results isn't easy -- it's impossible to do if you don't have the tools that help you easily visualize and explore the annotation of the results," he says.
Overcoming the 'Flaw of Averages'
Sam Savage talks about the importance of data visualization in understanding risk in this podcast. Savage, a risk visualization thought leader, spoke after his April his presentation, Exploring Risk Visualization and JMP, in San Francisco on April 23 as part of the Explorers Series. Savage criticizes what he describes as the "flaw of averages."
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