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Predictive analytics software for scientists and engineers
All the power. None of the complexity.
Build better models
Without the right predictive analytics tools, building a model to predict what will happen with new customers, new processes, or new risks becomes much more difficult. JMP Pro offers a rich set of algorithms that lets you build better models.
Improve your predictive models to help make better decisions
Enhance the power of your predictive models with various types of data, including unstructured text data you’ve collected – repair logs, engineering reports, customer survey response comments, and more. Use JMP Pro to organize and transform data into usable additions to your predictive models, enabling more confident decision making.
Screen, fit, and compare multiple models more efficiently
Going from low knowledge to high knowledge – that is what design engineering and process engineering are all about. You’re continuously delivering knowledge to the company.
Ted Ellefson, Managing Principal Engineer in Mechanical R&D
The Key Features of JMP Pro
Predictive Modeling and Cross-Validation
Use the JMP Pro set of rich algorithms to build and validate your models more effectively.
Model Screening and Comparison
Build a variety of models and determine the best one for the problem you are trying to solve.
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Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)
Use this framework to fit a variety of models, including confirmatory factor analysis, path models, measurement error models, and latent growth curve models.
Use new modeling techniques, including Generalized Regression with penalized methods, to build better models, even with challenging data.
Functional Data Analysis
Create models of data that are functions, signals, or series with Functional Data Explorer (FDE).
Reliability Block Diagrams
Easily fix weak spots in your system and be better informed to prevent future system failures.
Repairable Systems Simulation
Simulate system repair events to understand downtime, number, and cost of repairable events.
Design your experiment to maximize the probability of finding defects while minimizing cost and time.
Term Selection and Sentiment Analysis
Use your unstructured data to identify terms associated with a response and to explore basic sentiment.
Analyze data involving both time and space, where multiple subjects are measured or groups of variables are correlated.
Predict consumer segments most likely to respond favorably to an action, allowing targeted marketing decisions.
Generalized Linear Mixed Models (GLMM)
Fit models with both non-Gaussian response variables and random design effects.