JMP® 11 Webcasts
Working with Data: Making Hard Things Easy
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If you missed the live webcast, watch this recording of JMP creator John Sall and leaders from his software development team introducing JMP 11 at Discovery Summit.
One of the joys of new versions of software is that a number of things that used to be hard all of a sudden become easy. Several steps melt into one step. Stop-and-start becomes flow. Analyses that used to have flaws are strengthened. Things that used to look ugly become more beautiful. We can resolve the violation of the Anna Karenina Principle that plagues our p-values now as well as protect us from false discoveries. We can put to use data that isn’t there. We can wrap our models in elastic to control their wavering ways. We can throw curves into models. We can fill factor rooms even when they have crazy corners. There is no paradise in our field, but at least we can make things work bunches better each release.
Analytically Speaking with Brian Corcoran, Chris Gotwalt, Xan Gregg
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How do new features make their way into JMP software? For the August installment of Analytically Speaking, we ask three JMP R&D Directors to talk about the development workflow and about how JMP 11 will improve user workflow with its many customer-inspired advances. Watch this candid conversation with Brian Corcoran, Christopher Gotwalt and Xan Gregg, and get one of the first looks at JMP 11. If you missed the live presentation Aug. 28, the recorded webcast is now available on demand.
JMP® 11 on the Blog
“JMP is my go-to tool for on-the-fly data analysis. The Graph Builder keeps getting better as I can now transform the data without leaving the platform. The vastly expanded import options for Excel spreadsheets will make every analyst smile.”
- Kaiser Fung
- Statistician and author of Numbersense