Upcoming Complimentary Live Webinars
Register for individual webinars by choosing a title below. These sessions are presented in English during the US workday. Recorded videos of the demos, plus Q&A, are posted to the JMP Community several days after the live webinar.
Local-language live Zoom webinars are also offered in the UK, Western Europe and Asia. See your country jmp.com/mastering site.
- Basic Designing Mixture Experiments 15 December | 11:00 GMT (12:00 CET)Learn about the variety of JMP mixture designs options that support experimental situations where properties of a blend of components depend more on the relative proportions than on the absolute amounts being mixed. See how to create, analyze and interpret the results of several types of mixture designs. See a 30-minute demo and stay on if you want to join 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Importing, Consolidating & Maximizing the Value of your Data (EMEA) 26 January | 11:00 GMT (12:00 CET)Starting with simple worksheets and continuing through more complex and multiple worksheets, learn to use the Excel Import Wizard to preview and import your Data into JMP. See a 30-minute demo followed by 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Easy DOE Flexible Mode - Maximizing Your DOE Capabilities (EMEA) 23 February | 11:00 GMT (12:00 CET)Easy DOE can be used in Guided or Flexible Mode. Guided Mode gives new users access to key JMP DOE capabilities that should accommodate most situations. Flexible mode provides more experienced users full access to the conventional JMP platforms, such as Custom DOE and Definitive Screening Designs. Learn how to use advanced Flexible Mode capabilities through the Define, Model, Design, Data Entry, Analyze, Predict and Report stages. See how save work in a new .jmpdoe format that retains data and meta-data. See a 30-minute demo followed by 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Understanding and Modeling Response Curves (EMEA) 15 March | 11:00 GMT (12:00 CET)Learn how to analyze sequential measurement data where measurements you want to analyze as responses are not single points, but a range of points presented as curves. Examples include chemical spectra, sensors, and batch or streaming data. Learn how to efficiently use the full range of data rather than selected points in the curve to provide immediately interpretable results, including graphs typically used to understand these kinds of data. See a 30-minute demo followed by 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Maximizing Quality Using Design Space Profiling 26 April | 11:00 BST (12:00 CEST)JMP 17 introduced a new interactive profiler to explore the impact of factor limits on the expected rate of future runs passing specifications (in-spec rate) of the responses. See how to use the Design Space Profiler to set spec limits on the factors that honor the spec limits on the responses and set up a Design Space in more than two dimensions according to FDA Quality by Design standards. See a concise 30-minute demo followed by 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.