Course Materials

Applied Statistical Methods

The materials linked below will be applicable to a course on Applied Statistical Methods, covering topics such as multi-factor ANOVA and regression and logistic regression, simple Design of Experiments (factorial, BIBD, split-plot, etc.), calculations of Power and Sample Size, mixed models, and GLMMs.

The Essentials

JMP Books

Textbooks to Supplement Your Instruction​

Find textbooks that integrate JMP. Most books may be requested through publisher websites. Contact your publisher representative for more information.

Step-by-Step Guides

Take a Deeper Dive on Select Topics​​

Provide step-by-step instructions and short videos to help your students learn how to do common statistical and graphical analyses in JMP.​

Case Studies

JMP® Case Study Library​​

Assign real-world problems for class projects or homework. These case studies are complete with background information, tasks, data, exercises, and more.​


In-Depth Webinars

Explore webinars specifically designed for faculty & students​

Live and on-demand webinars to expand your JMP knowledge.​ Topics span basics to advanced.

Sample Data

Data for Examples and Assignments

JMP comes with ~500 sample data sets included in the software, accessible through the JMP Help menu.​

Applets and Add-Ins​

Teaching Apps & Basic Stats Calculators

Simple applets provide everything you need to illustrate core statistical concepts, including regression least squares, correlation, and p-values.

Additional Resources

Full Course Materials​​

Course Materials from SAS Education​

“JMP course-in-a-box” provides complimentary JMP teaching materials from SAS. Includes classroom materials, data sets, slides and more. These are all available for download to qualified instructors.​

Online e-Courses

Self-paced learning available 24/7​​

Full length e-courses from JMP and SAS Education cover a variety of topics and include activities, demos and exercises. Short instructor videos can supplement your course materials to create a flipped classroom.​

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