Learn the basics of using JMP to make the most of your JMP 30-Day Free Trial or your new JMP license. See how to navigate the JMP menus and data tables, import data into JMP, summarize and graph data, and perform basic statistical analyses.
Getting Started With JMP®
Helping you use JMP® right from the start
Getting Started with JMP®
Basic Navigation Part 1: JMP Interface, Summarizing and Graphing
Get an overview of basic navigation and see how to quickly start summarizing and graphing data. Learn about the home window, Tip of the Day, main menus, setting preferences, data tables, column and row states, data types, column information and properties, red triangles, grey icons, and auto-hiding menus and toolbars. Explore Distribution and Graph Builder and how to use Column Switcher, Column Viewer, Column Recode, Tabulate, Data Filter and Local Data Filter, Scatterplot Matrix, mapping and more.
Basic Navigation Part 2: Getting Data Into JMP and Saving Your Work
See how to create a data table and various methods for importing data, including the JMP Add-In for Excel, Excel Wizard and Query Builder for JMP Tables. Get tips for accessing interactive help using the question mark icon and hover help. See how to resize graphs, rescale axes and get one-click access to the format and statistical options for a graph or analysis. Learn how to save work as a data table script and save graphs as graphical objects, PowerPoint slides, interactive HTML and web reports you can share with others.
Basic Analysis and Integrated Graphs
See basic statistical analyses and the associated interactive graphs that are linked to the data: Distribution for one variable at a time, Fit Y by X for two variables and Fit Model for more than two variables. For two variables, see how JMP uses model type to automatically perform bivariate, one-way, logistic or contingency analysis and display the appropriate interactive graphs and statistics. Learn how to choose the model type (Personality) when analyzing more than 3 variables and examine the Actual by Predicted Plot, Effect Summary, Residual by Predicted Plot, Parameter Estimates, Prediction Profiler and more.