Getting Started with JMP
Getting Started with JMP Genomics
What's New in JMP Genomics 4.1
December 3, 10
1 pm ET (10 am PT)
Lowering Costs Through Visual Analytics
Interactive Exploration and Visualization of Genomics and Life Sciences Data
December 15, Moffitt Research Center, Tampa
December 16, University of Florida, Gainesville
IHI 21st Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care
Hilton Austin Hotel
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Have You Updated to JMP® 8.0.2 Yet?
It's time for all JMP 8 users to download a new maintenance release, if you haven't already. The new release will update your installed copy of JMP 8 to release 8.0.2 and addresses several critical issues. A complete list of fixes is in the Release Notes PDF, which is available on the JMP Software Updates page. That's where you'll find updaters for both the annual license and single-user versions of JMP. You'll also find handy instructions to make sure you download the appropriate updater.
JMP® Genomics 4.1 Offers New Capabilities
With the release of JMP Genomics 4.1 this month, SAS introduces new capabilities and enhancements that make this powerful desktop software package even more robust. JMP Genomics combines the data visualization capabilities of JMP with industry-leading SAS Analytics. The new release includes support for analysis of new data types, support for 64-bit Windows desktop operating systems, and improved predictive modeling and genome visualization features. This interactive software reflects an interactive R&D process - many of the new features originated from requests by JMP Genomics users.
Season Finale: Master Your JMP® Skills
Sign up to attend the last Master Your JMP Skills Webcast of the year, scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 10 at 1 p.m. ET. Can't make it? Access the four most popular demos, complimentary and on demand. They are recorded and ready for you to play and replay as many times as you like. Topics include Basic Statistics, Advanced Tips and Tricks, Shaping Your Data and Sharing Your Output.
Harvard Seminar: Analyzing Medical Data
Learn how data visualization brings context to statistical analysis of large volumes of medical and genomics data at a complimentary seminar to be hosted Dec. 4 by Harvard University's Countway Library of Medicine. Presenters will show how interactive analysis and graphical capabilities in JMP software from SAS reveal hidden trends and outliers in stores of patient data. See how JMP Genomics, our specialty software, provides sophisticated downstream statistical analysis capabilities for results of next-gen sequencing. This event is open to members of the scientific community without charge. Breakfast and lunch will be served.
Getting Started with JMP® Genomics
Watch our complimentary Webcasts - live or on demand - and see what's new in JMP Genomics without ever leaving your office. These complimentary Friday Webcasts offer a rotating menu of topics, including exon, expression, copy number and genetic analysis capabilities. Participants in the live sessions can ask questions and follow along with an accompanying white paper we send to every registrant. Whether you're already using our software or just curious about its capabilities, tune in to find out how it can shorten your path to discovery.
JSL Tip: Scripting Data in JMP®
JMP scripting is a powerful part of JMP. Anyone can easily create a reusable JMP "program" with JMP Scripting Language (JSL) by running an analysis, selecting the hotspot at the top of the report and choosing "Script." From there, you can save a script to a data table, a script window, a journal or a project. But did you know that you can also write a script that can create or modify a data table? The JMP Blog tells you how.
New JMP® Training Catalog Is Here
The JMP Training Catalog for 2010 is now available. Technical experts teach each course on the comprehensive list, guiding your analytic development. The catalog details course offerings, training options and discounts. The schedule for January through June is available on the SAS Training Web page, along with the option to order a hard copy. Download the JMP Training Catalog PDF.
Play with the Numbers
Eight new Concept Discovery Modules illustrate some of the most challenging and fundamental concepts covered in introductory statistics courses. Designed by Professors Amy Froelich of Iowa State University and Bill Duckworth of Creighton University, and programmed by Wayne Levin and Brian McFarlane of Predictum Inc., students can change and control values to put the concept in action immediately. Short flash demos show how. Professors can use the modules to demonstrate statistical concepts in class.
McDonald's Makes Delicious Discoveries with JMP®
By predicting trends in local markets for each geographic region, the McDonald's Worldwide Restaurant Innovation team builds efficiencies into operations around the world. Today, McDonald's has more than 31,000 restaurants in 118 countries, serving more than 58 million customers each day. McDonald's operations research team uses JMP to gather historical and current data, anticipate and monitor trends, identify and examine any opportunities in operations, and advise store owners and others within the corporate family on how to continuously enhance customer service.
Getting Started with JMP® in Europe
JMP is taking its educational resources global. Getting Started with JMP Webcasts are now available to users in the UK, France and Italy. Each complimentary session - available live and on demand - is led by a systems engineer who covers basic analytic groundwork, preparing users for later journeys into the world of more complicated, in-depth data analysis. Register for a Webcast in your country.
Great New Book for JMP Novices
Hot off the electronic press, Discovering JMP is a great place for new JMP users to start. No prior knowledge of statistics or JMP is required. The six chapters cover preparing, visualizing and analyzing data; navigating and customizing JMP; and using JMP with SAS. Find it at the JMP install location, or download it from jmp.com.
Thank You, from the JMP Team
As JMP enters its third decade, we thank you for making JMP an integral part of so many wide-ranging ventures. We appreciate you, our customers, for recognizing the value of data exploration and visualization and for using the resulting insights to make an impact on your corners of the world. Moving into a new year, we pledge continued support of your analytic endeavors. Here's to your accomplishments in 2009 and the many more to come!
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