Complimentary JMP Event
UK JMP® Users Group Meeting
18 July 2019 | Fujifilm and Johnson Matthey, Billingham
09:30 - 15:45 BST
Registration Fee: FREE
Enhance your analytics game in a collaborative environment
We invite you to attend the upcoming meeting of the UK JMP Users Group. 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.
|09:00||Registration and Networking|
|09:30||Welcome and Introduction (Fujifilm and Johnson Matthey)|
|09:45||Variance Component Analysis – Nested Design|
Amy Woodhall and Phil Greaves (Fujifilm)
|10:05||Using the Power of DOE to Support Delivery of Business Strategy |
Tim Davies (Johnson Matthey), Andrew Ruddick (Process Insight Consulting)
|10:35||Assessment of Drug Product Sameness Using Different Methodologies in JMP|
Christel Kronig (Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories)
|11:30||Visualisation and Analysis of Body Temperature Data from a Ferret Model of Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness|
Jonathan Crowe (AstraZeneca)
|12:00||Modelling Self-Heating Solids|
Stephen Pearson (Syngenta)
|13:30||Fujifilm or Johnson Matthey Factory Tour|
|14:30||Change Point Analysis in JMP|
Ademola Akande (Abbott)
|14:50||Apes in Lab Coats, Gorillas in Suits: Scientific Exploration in a Multidimensional Universe|
Dennis Lendrem (Newcastle University)
Bernard McKeown (JMP)
* This agenda is subject to change in content or order without prior notice.
Join your peers at the users group meeting to:
- Learn about the latest JMP products, capabilities and services.
- Discover the innovative ways others are solving real-world problems with analytics-driven decision making.
- Improve your efficiency and productivity by learning about new analysis techniques and modelling.
- Provide feedback that can shape future JMP software features.
Whether you're new to JMP or an experienced user, you're sure to glean new insights into statistical data discovery. Come prepared to ask questions and share any of your favourite tips or tricks.