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How do you design a taste test that compares US vs Belgian chocolate, dark vs milk chocolate, and varying percentages of cacao? http://j.mp/1JVWmLp
This year, I was fortunate enough to present at the JMP Discovery Summit Europe in Brussels, Belgium.
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Hugely popular live webcast for JMP users: Saving Analysis Results. Today 2pm ET: http://j.mp/1LV168v
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Our blogger went to a conference and bought four new self-tracking devices. Just wait till she analyze and visualizes the new data from those trackers! http://j.mp/1KBmj8B
I recently attended the QS15 Quantified Self Conference and Expo in San Francisco.
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Learn about planning a statistically designed experiment, collecting the data, carrying out the statistical analysis, and drawing practical conclusions in the QbD context: http://j.mp/1MTDLmg
The first two posts in this series described the principles and methods of Quality by Design (QbD) in the pharmaceutical industry.
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John Sall, co-founder of SAS, is never more at home than when he shows off the new features and functionality of JMP products. Attend Discovery Summit 2015 to hear his favorite things about JMP and JMP Pro. http://j.mp/1Mpj17G
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What is the role of experimental design in QbD? Guest bloggers from the KPA Group give a detailed example with a nanosuspensions study: http://j.mp/1OLrsto
The first two posts in this series described the principles and methods of Quality by Design (QbD) in the pharmaceutical industry.
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Whose chocolate reigns supreme: US or Belgium? We designed an experiment to find out (and everyone volunteered to be a taster): http://j.mp/1JVWmLp
This year, I was fortunate enough to present at the JMP Discovery Summit Europe in Brussels, Belgium.
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Getting Started With JMP, a live 1-hr complimentary webcast with a JMP expert, begins at 1pm ET today. Bring your questions! http://j.mp/1Id27E7
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Cleaning data is a dirty job, but someone has to do it. Learn ways to make data preparation easier at Discovery Summit 2015 in San Diego. http://j.mp/1ImJ2Tr
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How to influence culture to make people more receptive to analytics. Watch Analytically Speaking with Houston Astros Director of Decision Sciences Sig Mejdal on August 12. http://j.mp/1I8REJq
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Here's how to fill colors in a graph to highlight a specific area or distinguish it from other shapes in the graph: http://j.mp/1U3SX4w
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Houston Astros Director of Decision Sciences Sig Mejdal on his career path from NASA engineer to baseball quant. http://j.mp/1I8REJq
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JMP software from SAS links graphics with robust statistics, in memory and on the desktop. Visual, interactive, comprehensive and extensible, JMP reveals context and insight not seen in a table of numbers.
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JMP is an in-memory, desktop application, with interactive data visualization that lets users bring their data to life in ways they never imagined possible. They use that understanding to guide their statistical analyses and make truly data-driven decisions. And they share the compelling graphics in JMP with colleagues to communicate discoveries and solutions.

Today, analysts, statisticians, engineers and researchers who need to understand data of any sort turn to JMP. In fact, in almost every industry worldwide, data explorers use JMP or one of the specialized solutions in the JMP family of products.

Pronounced “jump,” the name suggests a leap in interactivity, a move in a new direction.
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