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Start a JMP® Users Group Near You »

JMP Users GroupsUsers groups are a great way to improve your JMP skills. And if there's no group in your area, you could start one. Here's what Don Lifke, an engineer at Sandia National Laboratories and one of the leaders of the Albuquerque JMP Users Group, said about launching a users group: "We were very passionate about getting a group together because I think we learn more about JMP by watching other people do it... I think that's when it really sticks." Whether you want to start a private users group at your workplace or a public group for all JMP users in your area, we have a guide that can help. You'll learn what roles people need to serve, how to plan an effective users group meeting, how to promote your meeting and how JMP staff can help. Download your copy of JMP Users Groups: A Leader's Guide to Getting Started .

P.S. Visit our website to see whether there already is a users group near you.

Life Sciences
Introducing New Versions of JMP® Genomics and JMP® Clinical »

Life SciencesBetween them, JMP Genomics and JMP Clinical software fuel discoveries from the earliest stages of molecular research to the final phases of drug development. New versions of both products offer enhancements for interactive data exploration and analysis of life sciences data. JMP Clinical 5.0 introduces risk-based monitoring, which limits costly on-site reviews of safety data in clinical trials while maintaining the well-being of study participants. JMP Genomics 7.0 streamlines exploration of genomic data related to agriculture, pharmacogenomics, biotechnology and more. Visit our website and see what's new.

Tips and Tricks
Have you tried... »
… finding all rows that have matching values in two or more columns? Finding rows with like values can be important when trying to find meaningful subsets to run analysis on. First, open a data table and select the cells you want to match. Then, open the Rows menu and select Row Selection > Select Matching Cells. That will select all the matching rows. Now that you have found the matching rows, you can run additional analysis on the data in those rows.

Matching Values 
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JMP Software: Measurement System Analysis
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Instant Applications Using JMP Application Builder
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JMP Software: Design and Analysis of Mixture Experiments
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JMP Software: Data Exploration
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May 12

JMP Software: Modern Screening Designs
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Discovering Partial Least Squares with JMP
By Ian Cox and Marie Gaudard

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