Dear JMP® User,

Spring is here – the trees are blooming, the sun is shining and the birds are chirping. Do you know what else is chirping? Our Early Bird Discount for public courses. All you have to do is register and pay at least four weeks before the course date and you will receive 10% off. We have our entire 2011 JMP course schedule up on the Web, so take a look and register today!

It’s also time to think about registering for the JMP Discovery Summit. We will have
pre-conference training
Sept. 12-13, and the conference will run from Sept. 13-16. You will receive 15% off the training just for attending the conference. The conference will feature talks on analytic theories and best practices, and plenty of ideas for making analytic excellence the rule rather than the exception. It is a spectacular event. Hope to see you there!
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Brooke Fortson
Editor

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Find a scheduled course near you!

Take one of our JMP courses at a nearby training center or via Live Web. The complete 2011 schedule is now available.

 
Course Highlights

Do you know someone who uses the platform for SAS® Business Analytics but wants to learn more about SAS Visual BI? We have just the course! SAS Visual BI: Dynamic Data Visualization teaches how to use JMP software’s extensive graphical data exploration capabilities and integrate them with the platform. Tell your co-workers that they, too, can use JMP with SAS!

 
Discovery Summit: Ascend with Analytics

Attend Discovery Summit 2011, Sept. 13-16 in Denver. At this interactive forum, attendees explore broad analytic concepts with world-renowned authorities in statistics, technology and innovation; participate in conversations with JMP developers and JMP users from all industries; and learn proven statistical techniques. Register for discounted pre-conference JMP training to kick off your week with focused attention and hands-on practice with JMP 9.
    Welcome, Dan

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Daniel Obermiller comes to SAS following 21 years with The Dow Chemical Company, where he was a Six Sigma Technology Leader and certified Master Black Belt. Dan also was a consulting statistician at Dow – with particular support in R&D, consumer products and emulsion polymers – and the company’s statistical software contact, including JMP Product Manager since 1992. He also co-authored a JMP companion guide for Statistical Methods for Engineers by Geoff Vining. He has coached more than 200 successful projects and certified more than 150 Green Belts and Black Belts, and his efforts in Six Sigma helped Dow deliver more than $1 billion yearly in Six Sigma savings.

Dan received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from John Carroll University in Cleveland and a Master of Applied Statistics from The Ohio State University. 

Dan is our new JMP Training Program Manager. Welcome!

 
Tips and Tricks

This tip starts with you already designing and analyzing an experiment. You have one response (Yield) and three factors (Time, Temperature, Pressure). Once you have run your experiment, you can fit the model from the saved Model script in the JMP data table. Once this analysis is complete, you can create and embed the Profiler from this experiment.

1. Click the red triangle next to Response Yield and select Save Columns Prediction Formula. This action will save the prediction formula to your JMP data table.

2. Return to your JMP data table and you will notice the last column is labeled Pred Formula Yield.

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You can change the name of this column multiple ways. The easiest is to double-click the name in the Columns panel and change the name. The name did not change for this demonstration.

3. From the menu bar, select Graph Profiler.

4. Select Pred Formula YieldY, Prediction Formula. Select OK.

5. Click the red triangle next to Profiler Save for Adobe Flash Platform (.SWF).

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6. Name your file (I named my file “Test”). Select Save.

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The box next to “Create Companion HTML file” and “Open companion HTML file after save” will be selected as default. This setup automatically creates and saves an HTML version of your flash file. JMP automatically launches a window containing the HTML file that was generated. Close this window.

7. Open your PowerPoint 2007/2010 presentation. Go to the slide on which you would like to embed the JMP Profiler.

8. On the PowerPoint 2007/2010 toolbar, select Developer ð More Controls (its icon looks like a hammer and wrench).

9. Scroll down and select Shockwave Flash Object. Select OK. Place and size the box for the profiler.

10. Right click on the box. Select Properties. Under “Alphabetic” find Movie. Provide the location and name of the flash file (in this example, the location and name is C:\Documents and Settings\herush\Desktop\Test.swf).

11. Close the scrolling menu (upper right hand corner).

12. Go back to your PowerPoint 2007/2010 slides, select Slide Show (versus Normal or Slide Sorter) and, as Terrell Owens would say, “Get your popcorn ready!”

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This tip was provided by Heath Rushing, JMP Instructor.

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