Guests gather around keynote speakers Tom Lange and John Sall.
Goutam Chakraborty and Jeff Perkinson talk about the value of student participation at Discovery Summit.
Phillip Brown of XCINEX chats with fellow guests.
People enjoy their time sitting around the bonfire after a rainy day spent indoors.
Cocktails, dinner and conversation take place under the pavilion at the Angus Barn.
JMP Senior Product Manager Dan Valente explains how to solve common data problems with JMP 13.
Goutam Chakraborty of Oklahoma State University and his students.
Janet Alvarado of Merck describes a novel multivariate approach for the assessment of product comparability.
Adsurgo's Heath Rushing talks about Text Explorer, which is new in JMP 13.
Diane Navin on how she discovers new consumer survey insights at Procter & Gamble.
Bradley Novic of PhaseTwo Analytics discusses the perils of mining manufacturing data.
JMP Principal Research Fellow Bradley Jones showcases Compare Designs in JMP 13.
Attendees learn about the new features in JMP 13 from development staff.
Tech Support and developers answer questions and troubleshoot with users during the Discovery Expo.
Attendees chat as they wait for breakout sessions to begin.
Martin Owen of Insight by Design takes about managing complexity and enhancing knowledge retention.
Tom Lange shares questions you should ask when growing the use of analytics at an organization.
Tom Lange, retired Director of R&D from Procter & Gamble, gives a keynote talk on innovation, leadership and fostering a culture of analytics.
JMP Academic Ambassador Mia Stephens demonstrates the software.
Networking and peer-to-peer learning happens during the breaks and Discovery Expo.
John Sall presents JMP 13 to a packed house.
Conference attendees are among the first to see some of the feature highlights of the new release.
JMP users find out what's new in JMP 13.
JMP creator John Sall talks about why he loves JMP 13 and users will too.
John Sall proves he is not superstitious.
Discovery Summit host Jeff Perkinson welcomes and entertains the crowd.
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