Complimentary JMP Event
Irish JMP Users Group
7th June 2023 | Analog Devices, Limerick
Registration Fee: FREE
Enhance your analytics game in a collaborative environment
We invite you to attend the upcoming meeting of the JMP Users Group. If you’re not currently using JMP, there’s still something for you. This gathering will give you the opportunity to engage in collaborative learning with fellow JMP users and presenters.
Your involvement will contribute to the collective analytics knowledge of all members through cross-industry networking, support and interactive learning.
|09:30||Registration and Coffee|
|10:00||Welcome and Introductions|
How are we using JMP at Analog/Culture of JMP at Analog - Alan Ruttle, Ciaran O'Brian
New in JMP 17 with focus on Workflow Builder
Learn about exciting new features in the latest version of JMP.The Workflow Builder is a utility that extends the actions recorded in the Enhanced Log to save JMP steps in a package for reuse. Interactively record steps, rearrange steps, add steps from a log, or add JSL code to build a workflow.
Stuart Little (JMP)
Useful things I wish somebody had told me sooner: JSL Tips and Tricks
Troy Hickey (Intel)
Tonisity - our journey from Excel to JMP automations
We started with JMP 4 years ago. We were tired of Excel’s bulkiness and we loved JMP’s drag and drop features, and how easy it is to learn. However, we have moved a long way since, and we now use JMP for statistics, and more importantly for automations and product QC. One example of the time and effort saving that JMP delivered is one of our meta-analyses. We receive experimental data from client farms on how our products impact on piglet survival/mortality. This meta-analysis started off 5 years ago with a 3-5-week long, Excel-intensive process. Over time, it morphed into a 0.5-1-week mainly automated JMP process. JMP taught us the value of following process maps and the impact the automations can have on how we view data. Aside from the time savings, we can now focus on interpreting and discovering hidden corners of the data rather than moving things around in tables
Stefan Buzoianu (Tonisity International)
The Excel Challenge!
Feel confident stepping away from Spreadsheets and learn to analyse more efficiently your data.
Valérie Nedbal (JMP)
Why DOE at your organisation?
Phil Kay (JMP)
|15:45||Coffee and Networking|
* This agenda is subject to change in content or order without prior notice.