About This Book
Discovering JMP provides a general introduction to the JMP software. This guide assumes that you have no knowledge of JMP. Whether you are an analyst, researcher, student, professor, or statistician, this guide gives you a general overview of JMP’s user interface and features.
Chapter 3, Introducing JMP, provides an overview of the JMP application. You learn how content is organized and how to navigate the software.
Chapter 4, Working with Your Data, describes how to import data from a variety of sources, and prepare it for analysis. There is also an overview of data manipulation tools.
Chapter 5, Visualizing Your Data, describes graphs and charts that you can use to visualize and understand your data. The examples range from simple analyses involving a single variable, to multiple-variable graphs that enable you to see relationships between many variables.
Chapter 6, Analyzing Your Data, describes many commonly used analysis techniques. These techniques range from simple techniques that do not require the use of statistical methods, to advanced techniques, where knowledge of statistics is useful.
Chapter 7, Saving and Sharing Your Work, describes sharing your work with non JMP users in PowerPoint presentations, interactive HTML, and Adobe Flash. Saving analyses as scripts and saving work in journals and projects for JMP users are also covered.
Chapter 8, Special Features, describes how to automatically update graphs and analyses as data changes, how to use preferences to customize your reports, and how JMP interacts with SAS.