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Discovery Summit 2013. San Antonio, Sept. 9-12.Registration is now open for Discovery Summit, the flagship conference for JMP users, to be held Sept. 9-12 in San Antonio. Featured speakers include Nate Silver, author of The Signal and the Noise; Dick De Veaux, Professor of Statistics at Williams College; and John Sall, co-founder and Executive Vice President of SAS. It’s also the perfect opportunity to participate in one-on-one conversations with JMP developers, network with other users, and explore cutting-edge analytics concepts with thought leaders in statistics, technology and industry. Plus, a series of special events – including dinner at a working ranch and guided riverboat tours along San Antonio’s famed River Walk – ensure you’ll have fun, too. Register today!
JMP in the News
The Resurgence of Design of Experiments »
DOE ProfilerNearly a century old, the technique of design of experiments (DOE) is more popular than ever at chemical and pharmaceutical companies. That's according to a recent article in Chemical and Engineering News that includes historical milestones, such as the contributions of RA Fisher and the late George EP Box to the development and use of DOE, as well as present-day applications of the technique. Look for quotes from Bradley Jones of JMP and customers such as Scott Allen of Novomer.
New Webcast Series
Advanced Mastering JMP® Webcasts »

Are you a specialized, advanced JMP or JMP Pro user involved in design of experiments, Six Sigma or predictive modeling? Then consider attending our Advanced Mastering JMP webcasts, where our experienced JMP Technical Enablement Specialists delve into these advanced topics. Attendees should bring an understanding of the basic principles related to the topic of the day.

Tips & Tricks
Have you tried... »
...adding a contour element to groupings of points to make the more dense regions more obvious? Sometimes, when you are looking at points on a graph, it is hard to get an accurate view of the density of the data. This is because the points sometimes overlap or are too close to give an accurate view of the number of points in one area. If you are exploring in Graph Builder, to get a better look at the patterns of density in your analysis, simply drag and drop the Contour element to the graph.

Add Contour Element 
Upcoming Courses
JMP Training »

Data Exploration
June 12
San Francisco

Quality by Design (QbD) Using JMP Software
June 12-14

ANOVA and Regression
June 13-14
San Francisco

Measurement Systems Analysis
June 18-19
Live Web course

Introduction to JMP Scripting Language
June 20-21

New Titles
JMP Books »

Fundamentals of Predictive Analytics with JMP 
by Ron Klimberg and B.D. McCullough

JMP for Basic Univariate and Multivariate Statistics: Methods for Researchers and Social Scientists, 2nd Ed.
by Ann Lehman, Norm O'Rourke, Larry Hatcher, and Edward J. Stepanski

Live Webcasts
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Getting Started with JMP®
1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT)
May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
June 7, 14

Mastering JMP®
2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)
May 3, 10, 17, 31
June 7, 14

Analytically Speaking
1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT)
May 22, featuring Russ Wolfinger
June 10, featuring Wayne Levin

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