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JMP® Talks on YouTube »

JMP Talks on YouTubeCheck out JMP Talks, a new playlist on the JMP YouTube channel. Recorded at Discovery Summit 2013 in San Antonio, Texas, these are a selection of in-depth technical sessions led by JMP users and staff. The full-length presentations are on topics you will likely find useful to your work and want to share with colleagues. We've uploaded 10 videos of breakout sessions to YouTube, so watch and learn at your convenience. View the full list below.

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JMP® Talks Videos »

JMP TalksAccelerating Development with the JMP Application Builder : Dan Schikore, JMP Principal Software Developer, demonstrates best practices for creating auto-stretching dashboards of reports from multiple data tables without the need for JSL programming.

JMP TalksBootstrap and Beyond: Using JSL to Implement Additional Resampling Techniques : Following a brief introduction to the nonparametric bootstrap and its use in JMP, Michael Crotty and Clay Barker, JMP Research Statisticians, introduce additional resampling techniques and discuss how to implement them using JSL.

JMP TalksFrom Raw Data to Beautiful Graph Using JSL : Michael Hecht, Principal Systems Developer at SAS, walks through a working script that transforms raw iOS sales data into an easy-to-interpret graph.

JMP TalksJMP Extensibility Synergy with MATLAB: Case Studies Using the MATLAB Interface in JMP 11 : Daniel Valente, Communications Specialist at SAS, and John Salmon, Research Engineer at Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory at Georgia Institute of Technology, show three case studies that apply the ability to send data from JMP to MATLAB, execute MATLAB functions, and return results from MATLAB to JMP for further analysis and visualization.

JMP TalksNew Design of Experiments (DOE) Features in JMP 11 : Bradley Jones, JMP Principal Research Fellow, introduces definitive screening designs, a new orthogonal array generator, space-filling designs using inequality constraints, space-filling mixture design, and revamped power UI in Custom Design.

JMP TalksPredictive Models Using JMP for the Disappearance of Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice Due to Climate Change : Manny Uy, Principal Staff at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics, and Josefino Comiso, Chief Scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, use the Box-Jenkins ARIMA time series model to show that seasonal variation affects the amount of ice extent, ice area and ice concentrations at the Arctic much more strongly than the yearly variation.

JMP TalksTame Your JSL Scripts with the JSL Debugger and Profiler : Jeff Polzin, JMP Principal Software Developer, shows how to use the JSL Debugger and JSL Profiler to make your code behave.

JMP TalksText Mining in JMP with R : Andrew T. Karl, Senior Management Consultant at Adsurgo LLC, and Heath Rushing, Principal Consultant and Co-Founder of Adsurgo LLC, provide an overview of methods easily implemented with the R interface to JMP to find previously unknown relationships from a collection of unstructured data.

JMP TalksUsing the New Excel Wizard to Import Data in JMP 11 for Windows : Brian Corcoran, Director of Software Development for the JMP Host Group, explores all of the options of the wizard and demonstrates the flexibility it provides through scripting.

JMP TalksVisual Exploration of Market Basket Analysis or Association Rules with JMP : Matthew Flynn, Marketing Manager at Aetna, demonstrates how you can connect JMP to other software tools –such as SAS® Enterprise Miner™, open-source R, Weka and MATLAB – to access association rules methods and enliven them by visually exploring the generated rule results in JMP.

Tips & Tricks
Have you tried... »

… changing the combination and order of variables in your graph in Graph Builder? There you are, in data exploration mode, with an empty Graph Builder canvas. Opportunity awaits. You put a few variables onto the graph and want to see a few but not all, or this one next to that one. Now in JMP 11, use the check boxes in the Variables section to show or hide variables on the graph – or change the order that the variables are displayed. This enhancement keeps you in the flow and allows you to change your perspective, without having to change your Graph Builder session.

Show/Hide Variables in Graph Builder
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New Titles
JMP Books »

Design and Analysis of Experiments by Douglas Montgomery: A Supplement for Using JMP
by Heath Rushing, Andrew Karl and Jim Wisnowski

Discovering Partial Least Squares with JMP
by Ian Cox and Marie Gaudard

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