Advanced Techniques in JMP Software

JMP was created by the SAS institute in 1989 to capitalize on the emerging graphic user interface (GUI) technology. Over the years JMP, available for Windows and Mac operating systems,  has become the software of choice (now availbale as version 12) in many different fields. It could also be the software of choice in agricultural research. It is an excellent tool for experimental design and data analysis. Just like its big sibling SAS, it can interact with spreadsheets, both reading and writing. It can also read and write SAS datsets and be used as the interface to the SAS Metadata server and to SAS installed on the same computer (Windows only). Using JMP as your primary tool doesn't mean you have to give up on SAS, just that in many cases JMP will make it easier for you. It has various tools (called platforms) that can handle most of your data analysis needs, be they uni-, bi, or multi-variate. This  hands-on session will deal  with advanced techniques for data handling, graphing and analyses. Along the way we will analyze at one fairly complicated dataset. Participants will also learn about enhancing the functionality of JMP through Add-ins and how to "package" data and analyses through scripting and journals so they may be exchanged easily with collaborators, colleagues, students, etc. JMP offers a 30-day trial version if you don't have access to JMP through your company/institution.

Approved for 2.5 PD CEUs


ASA Section: Biometry and Statistical Computing
C06 Forage and Grazinglands
C05 Turfgrass Science

Statistical Education/Training for Researchers Community

Sunday, November 6, 2016: 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Phoenix Convention Center North, Room 227 A

Edzard van Santen