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Jun 14, 2017

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Ten Themes of JMP 9

 Ten Themes of JMP 9

John Sall, SAS

Develop - to specialize software for your needs, to extend software to do more things, to share extensions with others
Explore - support the role of Detective--find out new things, follow clues, see patterns and outliers that don't fit patterns.
Experiment - observational data is limited by unadventurous production settings, uncontrolled factors, inefficient same-old data. Experiments are for exploring adventurous factor settings and combinations to learn efficiently and explore your opportunity space.
Modeling - it's not just one response, it's not always all the variables, and modeling needs validation to believe its predictive value.
Surveys - you can get a lot of data from just asking people
Business - our techniques are not just for engineers and scientists
Open Source - there is a big world of ideas out there in the wild.
Six Sigma - has now trained a generation of engineers and business people about looking at the data, trying experiments.
Data Mining - sometimes we have a lot of data without much notion about what it might tell us. Sometimes we just need to predict, not to understand.
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