Upcoming Complimentary Live Webinars
Register for individual webinars by choosing a title below. Or, register for multiple webinars. These sessions are presented in English during the US workday.
Local-language live Zoom webinars are also offered in the UK, Western Europe and Asia. See your country jmp.com/mastering site.
- Basic Identifying the Impact Curved Factor Shapes have on Responses May 20 | 2:00 p.m. ETLearn how to analyze sequential measurement data where measurements you want to analyze as factors are not single points, but a range of points presented as curves. Examples include chemical spectra, sensors, batch or streaming data. Learn how to efficiently use the full range of data rather than selected points in the curve to provide immediately interpretable results, including graphs typically used to understand these kinds of data. See a 30-minute demo and stay on if you want to join 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Analyzing, Improving and Controlling Process Stability and Quality June 3 | 2:00 p.m. ETSee how to deploy JMP’s interactive quality and SPC capabilities to identify routine (common-cause) and abnormal (special-cause) process variation over time. Learn how to use JMP to help you determine if a process is stable and predictable as well as how to track the impact of adjusting abnormal variation.
- Advanced Retrieving and Organizing Text for Analysis June 10 | 2:00 p.m. ETSee how to use Text Explorer to analyze unstructured text, such as comment fields in surveys or incident reports. Learn how to interactively consolidate similar terms, recode terms, understand the underlying patterns in your text data and include the data in your analyses.
- Basic Saving and Sharing JMP Reports and Graphs June 17 | 2:00 p.m. ETLearn how to save your analysis to the data table as a script so others with JMP can recreate, explore, and modify analyses and accompanying graphs. Learn the basics of saving to JMP Journals, JMP Projects, web reports, HTML, and JMP Dashboards. See how you can also save all or selected parts of JMP reports for use in other documents, programs or slide shows. See a 30-minute demo and stay on if you want to join 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Identifying Important Variables in Your Data June 24 | 2:00 p.m. ETLearn to use simple statistical techniques to help identify important variables and interactions in your data as a precursor to building high performing prediction models and uncovering additional insights. See how to use a variety of tools to quickly identify critical variables and root cause significant events in your data. See a 30-minute demo and stay on if you want to join 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Using Geographic Maps July 8 | 2:00 p.m. ETLearn how to display data on geographical maps to transform numbers and geographic data into compelling images. See how to use Graph Builder and other JMP platforms to integrate maps into your graphical reports. See a 30-minute demo and stay on if you want to join 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.
- Basic Collaborating Using JMP Live July 15 | 2:00 p.m. ETLearn how to publish data, dashboards or reports to a private, secure web site. Understand Groups and how they are used. Learn to create, manage and modify Personal Groups for reports you publish. See how to publish reports, share reports and automate publishing and update of routine reports. See how colleagues can adjust analyses and reports using the standard JMP exploratory data tools such as the local data filter or column switcher.
- Basic Creating Custom Maps to Enhance Your Analyses August 5 | 2:00 p.m. ETGraph Builder makes it easy to interactively add map images and boundaries to graphs to give visual context to geospatial data. You can also create custom files that map locations, product designs and other forms that contain locations relevant to understanding the quality of your product or process. Learn to create and save custom map files that can be used in your analyses and interactively identify and link to predefined map files relevant to your analyses.