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A Guide to Graphical Output in JMP® »
Guide to Graphical Output in JMPThe best way to make an impact when sharing your statistical discoveries is by using compelling graphical output – an area in which JMP excels. Now you can get up to speed on creating graphical output in JMP that suits your needs with a four-part blog series by Daniel Valente. Dan’s first blog post looks at the graphical output options that are currently available in JMP. The second post focuses on preparing graphics created in JMP for print publication. The third offers a step-by-step video tutorial that explains the output process. And the fourth installment highlights some of the exciting graphical output options included in JMP 10, which will be released in March.
Time for 'Spring Training' with JMP® »
JMP Training CatalogHow can you be sure you’re utilizing the full functionality of JMP? Perhaps the best way is through our JMP software training program. Take training from the people who know it best. View the 2012 spring catalog and register before classes fill.
Master JMP® -- in Person or Online »
Mastering JMPEager to hone your JMP skills? Consider attending a one-day Mastering JMP seminar in a city near you. We're planning events in Denver, Atlanta and Chicago during February and March. Can't get away? Watch a live Mastering JMP webcast instead. Either way, you'll learn practical applications of JMP to the work you do every day, get guided practice with the software, and have the opportunity to pose your pressing questions to JMP experts.
Now Online: A Center for Life Sciences »
Life Sciences Resource CenterVisit the new JMP Life Sciences center. Download white papers, sign up for events and learn how JMP Clinical and JMP Genomics promote discovery.
Blending Two Images in JMP® »
Have you ever wanted to combine two images in JMP? After a customer asked about this functionality, developer John Ponte searched for a solution. He realized that this would be fairly easy to do using JMP Scripting Language (JSL). So he quickly created a simple JSL script to blend two images together. Read John's post in the JMP Blog as he shows how his solution lets you specify two images, control the ratio of the first image to the second image – and see the resulting blended image.
Bradley Jones on Experiment Design »
Bradley JonesStart by finding out what experiment design is. Then move on to learning about screening designs. Your guide is Bradley Jones, PhD. In the first of a series of blog posts about design of experiments, Jones explains what experiment design is and urges the use of designed experiments in engineering problem solving. In the second post, he shows a quick and informative way to see how close a screening design is to being orthogonal. Check out these two posts and others by our principal research fellow, in the JMP Blog.
Have a Paper Idea for Discovery Summit 2012?

Discovery Summit 2012It's not too early to begin thinking about what you would like to present at the next JMP Discovery Summit. The 2012 conference will be held Sept. 10-14 in Cary, NC. The call for papers will open Feb. 20 and close March 23. Watch our website for information on submitting a paper for possible presentation.
Make Plans to Attend SAS® Global Forum »
SAS Global Forum 2012Mark your calendars for SAS Global Forum, scheduled this year for April 22-25 in Orlando, FL. JMP creator John Sall and other JMP experts will be among the presenters. Network with thousands of SAS professionals worldwide and attend hands-on workshops, demonstrations, and paper presentations. Take advantage of Early-Bird rates and save up to $250!
‘JMP Is a Game-Changer’ at Cary Academy »
Simon KingJMP is used in college classrooms around the world. But at one North Carolina school, it's helping high school students gain a better understanding of how numbers are used in everyday life, while administrators are using JMP to place each student in the appropriate class.
Teaching Elementary Statistics with JMP® »
Teaching Elementary Statistics with JMPThis new book by Chris Olsen offers the latest research on "best practices" in teaching statistics and how JMP can facilitate instruction. Intended for high school- and college-level instructors who use JMP in teaching elementary statistics, the book provides a variety of data sets that are of interest to a broad range of teachers and students.
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Getting Started with JMP®
Feb. 10, 17 and 24; March 2
1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT)

Mastering JMP®
Feb. 10, 17 and 24; March 2
2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)

Best Practices in Life Sciences
Feb. 17, 24 and 29
12 p.m. ET (9 a.m. PT)
Learn more »
Exploring Trends in Reliability
March 1, Detroit
Presented by William Meeker
JMP Explorers Series

Exploring Data Visualization
and Predictive Analytics
March 14, Denver
Presented by Stephen Few
JMP Explorers Series

Learn more »
ASA Conference on Statistical Practice
February 16 – 18
Orlando, FL

ASQ Lean and Six Sigma
February 26 – 27
Phoenix, AZ

Southeast Decision
Sciences Institute (SEDSI)
February 29 – March 2
Columbia, SC

X-Gen Congress & Expo
March 6 – 8
San Diego, CA
Watch any time »
Accelerated Life Test Planning

Advanced Tips and Tricks for Using JMP®

Analysis of Recurrence Data

Beyond Excel: Advanced Visualization and Analysis

Building Better Models to Predict Product Quality

Designing Experiments featuring Louis Valente

Introducing JMP® Pro

Measuring What Matters

Predictive Modeling for Marketing

Taking the Next Step with Analytics

... and many more

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... Compress Selected Columns?
Compress Selected ColumnsThis handy feature from the Cols menu can make your data take up less space both on disk and in memory. If you have numeric columns with many small integers, or character columns with few unique values, JMP can store them in less space. This can make JMP run faster when working with large data sets. Give it a try on your table by selecting one or more columns and choosing Cols > Compress Selected Columns.  Then check the JMP Log Window (View > Log) to see which columns were compressed and how. Read more about this feature in Chapter 5 of Using JMP from the JMP 9 documentation.
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