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Statistical discovery software from SAS. Links dynamic data visualization with powerful statistics, in memory and on the desktop.
Takes statistical discovery to the next level with all the tools in JMP plus advanced features for more sophisticated analyses.
Shortens the drug development process by streamlining analysis of clinical trials data using JMP and SAS.
Leverages JMP, SAS and customized applications for visualizing and analyzing vast genomics data sets.
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Discovery Summit Series
Finally, a series of conferences created for the analytically inclined, where data is explored and conversations are inspired.
A webcast series featuring conversations with analytics experts.
A seminar series for those who want to understand, visualize and communicate the information in their data.
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This live webcast on Fridays shows you the basics of JMP in one hour. For new users or anyone who needs a refresher.
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JMP is a division of SAS that produces interactive statistical discovery software.
SAS Co-Founder and Executive Vice President John Sall is the creator and chief architect of JMP software.
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The following guides provide step-by-step instructions for specific features of JMP® Genomics and JMP® Clinical. With each guide there is also an accompanying data set.
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