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Introducing JMP® 10 - See a Preview »

JMP 10JMP 10 is coming this month, with new features that make the software more dynamic, powerful and intuitive - and much faster, even with big data. Annual license holders will receive JMP 10 automatically.

You'll find:

  1. Numerous enhancements to the drag-and-drop Graph Builder.
  2. A cutting-edge Control Chart Builder to create process control charts with drag-and-drop ease. 
  3. New reliability capabilities, including growth and forecast models.
  4. Additions and improvements for sorting and filtering data, design of experiments, statistical modeling, scripting, add-in and application development, script debugging and more.

Curious about all the new capabilities? Visit our special preview page and watch video previews of Control Chart Builder, the Reliability Growth platform and overall visualization enhancements. Then mark your calendars for March 20, when we're hosting live webcasts to introduce JMP 10 around the world and unveiling a brand new website.

Special Edition: Introducing JMP® 10
March 20 Webcast: Speeding Up Discovery »
JMP 10See for yourself what's new in JMP 10 by joining a live webcast Tuesday, March 20. We will show how enhancements and new features accelerate exploration and discovery, giving you new ways to visualize and understand your data and then share your findings with others. You'll see how JMP 10 makes analysis faster, even with large data sets. You'll also get a look at new options for drag-and-drop graph-building, analyzing quality and reliability data, designing efficient experiments, comparing models interactively, creating customized applications, and more. Register now for this complimentary webcast, which will be offered twice.

Our Bloggers Know JMP® 10 »
BlogLearn about the latest version of JMP from the people who know it best – those who helped develop the software. Bradley Jones shows you what’s new for design of experiments, starting with the Evaluate Design platform, which allows you to see the design diagnostics for any data table as if it were a designed experiment. Annie Zangi explains how to use the drag-and-drop Control Chart Builder; you’ll see why users in fields as diverse as health care, sales, banking, scientific research and education run control charts. Also get the scoop on the new JMP Scripting Language debugger, the iPad app,  improvements in data visualization, and more – all exclusively in the JMP Blog. As always, we want to hear from you, so leave a comment telling us what you think.
Discovery Summit: Call for Papers »
Discovery Summit 2012JMP® users are second to none when it comes to solving problems through data exploration and analysis. That’s why the Discovery Summit Steering Committee is inviting you to submit a paper or poster abstract that demonstrates how you’ve used this statistical discovery software from SAS to do just that. If your abstract is selected, you will be invited to present your state-of-the-art idea at the conference, Sept. 10-13 at SAS world headquarters. Perks include complimentary conference admission and the chance to gather feedback from other attendees so you can further fine-tune your own analyses.
Live Webcasts
Register to view »

Getting Started with JMP®
March 16, 23
1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT)

Mastering JMP®
March 16, 23, 30; April 6
2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)

JMP® 10 - Speeding Up Statistical Discovery
March 20
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. ET 
(7 and 11 a.m. PT)

Best Practices in Life Sciences
March 16, 30
12 p.m. ET (9 a.m. PT)

Learn more »

SAS Global Forum
April 22-25
Orlando, FL

Have You Tried...?
… Adding All Open Files to a Journal? »
JMP 10 JournalThe next time you have a lot of work open in JMP and need to change contexts to start on a different task in JMP or another program, make it easy on yourself. Create a new journal and then right-click in the journal and choose Add All Open Files. This will add outline nodes and script buttons for all the open data tables and reports. Now you can save the journal and close all the JMP windows knowing that you've got a handy way get back to any of them when you're ready. Read more about saving JMP sessions in Chapter 4 of Using JMP from the JMP documentation (PDF download, 4.66 MB).
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