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John Sall Takes on 'Big Statistics' in JMP® Blog »
Big Statistics Blog Post"Big data is usually dirty data, and when there is a lot to look at, you need to look for tools to make it much easier to clean up the data, getting it ready to analyze," writes JMP creator John Sall in the first of a series of blog posts about what has to change when you have Big Data. You'll learn about Sall's Clean Up Error Codes Add-In and find out how to get it. In his second post, Sall explains why he has had to reconsider the rule of having a graph for every statistic. "Why? Big Data. When you have hundreds, thousands or even millions of things to look at, you can't look at every one. You have to use something faster," Sall says. These Big Statistics blog posts are featured on Tuesdays in the JMP Blog.
Papers & Presentations
Discovery Summit Resources, All in One Place »
Summit ResourcesThe papers and presentations from Discovery Summit 2013 are a great resource for you and your colleagues. We've compiled reference materials from the information-rich breakout presentations, which include real-life applications like how to use JMP to deliver dashboards, to extract meaningful descriptors for shapes and to fit nonlinear models. This resource portal also includes photos, videos and an archive of the live blog, which covers the talks given by Dick De Veaux, Nate Silver and the panel of statisticians. You'll also find the on-demand webcast of John Sall and his development team's talk introducing JMP 11. Explore, review and share the wealth of materials at and
Tips & Tricks
Have you tried... »
... labelling your graphs in Graph Builder? New in JMP 11, you can quickly add a few different types of labels to your graphs. In the Label drop-down list, just click on the type of label that you want. You can choose from the value of the columns, a percent of the values or a value that you’ve previously defined as the row label. In our video example, see how to add a label to a column that contains data about geographic regions to the column in the data table. You’ll see how easy it is to add these labels to a  graph.

Labels in Graph Builder
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