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We're Warning You: Control Chart Warnings in JMP® Live 16 (2021-EU-45MP-733)

Level: Intermediate


Aurora Tiffany-Davis, JMP Senior Software Developer, SAS
Josh Markwordt, JMP Senior Software Developer, SAS
Annie Dudley Zangi, JMP Senior Research Statistician Developer, SAS


In this session, we will introduce an exciting feature new in JMP Live 16. You and your colleagues can now get notifications (onscreen and via email) about out-of-control processes.


We will demonstrate control chart warnings, from the perspective of:

  • A JMP Desktop user
  • A JMP Live content publisher
  • A regular JMP Live user

We will point out which aspects of control chart warnings were available before version 16, and which aspects are new. 


 Join us to learn:

  • Which JMP control chart warnings platforms are supported.
  • How to control which posts produce notifications.
  • How to control who gets notifications.
  • How to pause notifications while you get a process back under control.
  • How to review (at a high level) the changes over time for a particular post.



Auto-generated transcript...




  Thank you for joining us today
  to learn about a new feature in
  JMP Live 16: Control Chart
  Warnings. You may be thinking
  Control Chart Builder has been
  available in JMP Desktop since
  version 10 and Control Chart
  Warnings have been available in
  JMP Desktop since version 10. So
  what's actually new here? What's
  new is in JMP Live version
  16 we now have a way to grab
  your attention if there's a
  control chart post that has
  warnings associated with it. In
  other words, if there's a
  process that might have a
  problem. We do this through the
  use of onscreen indicators as
  well as active notifications
  that can go out to users
  on screen and by email.
  I'd like to now introduce just
  a few of the people who helped
  to develop this feature.
  I am Aurora Tiffany Davis,
  senior software developer on the
  JMP Live team, and during
  today's demonstrations, I'll be
  showing you JMP Live from the
  perspective of a regular user.
  We also have with us today Josh
  Marquordt. Josh is a senior
  software developer on the JMP
  HTML5 team, and during today's
  demonstrations he's going to
  show you the perspective of a
  JMP Live content publisher.
  Finally, we have Annie Dudley
  Zangi. She is a senior research
  developer on the JMP statistics
  team and she's going to be
  demonstrating the control chart
  features within JMP Desktop
  itself. Annie, would you like
  to get us started?
  Thanks Aurora. Yes, so I'm gonna
  be demoing this with showing
  you how this works using a
  simulated data set based on a
  wine grape trial that happened
  in California. So what we have
  here is 31 lots, several
  cultivars and yield, brix
  sugar and pH. So let's start with
  Control Chart Builder.
  First, I'm going to pull in the
  yield (that's in kilograms).
  And then I'll pull
  in the location.
  Has a subgroup variable.
  I don't care much about
  the limits. What I am concerned
  about instead is whether or not
  we have any particular lots that
  are going out of control there.
  Going above the limits or below
  the limits. And I care about how
  each of the cultivars are doing,
  so I'll pull that into the phase
  location, which basically
  subgroups all the all the
  different...or subsets all the
  different cultivars for us. So we
  can see that we have differences
  and kind of unique things going
  on with the different grapes.
  Next I'm going to turn on
  the warnings.
  And to...the easiest way to do that
  is to scroll down under the
  control panel and select
  warnings and then tests.
  We're going to turn on Test 1,
  one point beyond the limits, and
  then Test 5 as well.
  OK, I see no tests have failed.
  That's pretty good.
  And now you might recall we
  were looking at two other
  response variables, so I'm
  going to turn on the Column
  Switcher so we can look at all
  three of them. We can just flip
  through them using the Column
  So we started with yield. We'll
  take a look at sugar. Alright,
  we can see the Aglianico has
  very low sugar content, whereas
  the other four have a higher
  sugar content. And we can see the
  different pH levels for each of
  the five grape varieties. OK,
  well we've got these 31 lots in.
  I think we're ready to publish
  it. Josh, would you like to show
  us how to send that up?
  Thanks Annie, so I have the same
  report up that Annie just showed
  you and I'm ready to publish to
  JMP Live. The first thing I
  would need to do as a new
  publisher would be to set up a
  connection to JMP Live.
  If I go to file, publish,
  and manage connections.
  You can see that
  I have a couple of connections
  already created, but I'm going
  to add a new one.
  First you need to give
  the connection a name just to help keep
  track of multiple connections.
  The next thing you need is
  the URL of the server you're
  trying to connect to,
  including the port number.
  Finally, at the bottom of the
  dialog you can supply an API key
  which says for scripting access
  only. You only need this if you
  are going to be
  interacting with the server
  using JSL, which we're going to
  do later in this demonstration,
  so I'm going to get my API key
  from JMP Live.
  I'm logged in.
  I go to my avatar in the upper
  right-hand corner and select
  settings to see my user
  settings. At the top there is
  some information about my
  account, including the API
  key. I click generate new
  API key and copy this by
  clicking the copy button.
  to my clipboard, then I can
  return to JMP and simply paste
  it in here and click next.
  JMP Live. And you will be told that
  your connection was created
  successfully and you can save it
  now. It is now present in my
  list of connections and ready to
  use for publishing. You only
  have to do that the very first
  time you set up the connection.
  The next time you publish, you
  can just use it.
  So now I can go to file, publish
  and publish to JMP Live.
  And select my connection from
  the dropdown at the top.
  Create a new post is selected by
  default. So I click next.
  And this dialogue looks very
  similar to what it did in 15.2,
  except now there's an
  additional checkbox here that
  says enable warnings.
  This is present for every
  warnings-capable report.
  If I hover over it, it says,
  "Selecting enable warnings will
  notify interested parties when
  this post has Control Chart
  warnings." I'll get back to who
  the interested parties are in
  a moment, but first I wanted
  to explain what warnings-
  capable reports are. In JMP
  16 only the Control Chart
  Builder is warnings-capable
  and able to tell JMP
  Live about warnings that are
  present within it. There are
  plans to expand to other
  platforms in the future.
  A Control Chart Builder can be
  combined with other reports in a
  dashboard or tabs report.
  And it can be combined with
  the Column Switcher as we're
  showing in this example.
  Some more complex scenarios
  could cause an otherwise
  warnings-capable report to not
  be able to share warnings and
  this enable warnings checkbox
  would be gone.
  For example, the Column Switcher
  only works with a single Control
  Chart Builder. If you try to
  combine it with multiple control
  charts in a dashboard, that
  would no longer be warnings-
  capable in JMP 16.
  So back to who are the
  interested parties? I, as the
  publisher of the report,
  am an interested party,
  as well as the members of any
  group I publish to, if that
  group is warnings-enabled.
  So I am going to publish this
  report to the Wine Trials Group
  and leave enable warnings
  checked so that JMP will
  tell JMP Live about any
  warnings that are present.
  The report will come up in JMP
  Live. And the contents of the
  report look much like they did
  in 15 and 15.2
  The points have
  tooltips. You're able to brush
  and select and the Column
  Switcher is active, allowing you
  to explore the results in
  multiple columns. Now I'm going
  to hand it over to Aurora so she
  can show you some of the new
  features in JMP Live.
  Yeah, thank you Josh. So Josh
  just published a post to JMP
  Live that is warnings-enabled,
  but that doesn't actually have
  any warnings going on right now,
  so I can show you what that
  looks like from the perspective
  of a regular JMP Live user
  and what it looks like is not a
  whole lot. There really isn't
  anything to draw my attention to
  Josh's post. There isn't any
  special icon showing up on his
  post. I don't have any new
  notifications. If I open the
  post itself, and I opened
  the post details,
  and I scroll down, I will see
  that there's a new section that
  did not exist prior to JMP Live
  version 16. And that's the
  warnings section. This section
  is here because the publisher
  said, by checking that
  enable warnings checkbox in
  JMP desktop at publish time,
  the publisher is saying, I
  think that other JMP Live
  users are going to care whether
  or not there are warnings on my
  post. And so we have a warning
  section here. But right now it
  just tells us a very reassuring
message there are no warnings
  present. If we scroll down
  further, we can see the
  system comment that JMP
  Live left in the comments
  stream at publish time, and
  again, this just tells
  us a nice reassuring
message this post has zero
  active control chart
  warnings. I'll pass it back
  to Annie now so that she can
  walk us through the next
  step of the grape trial.
  Thanks, Aurora.
  So as I said before, we're
  getting new data in. We had 31
  locations before. Now we have 32.
  The original study
  was adding some some actual
  restricted irrigation lots so
  that they could find out how the
  five different grapes responded
  with restricted...with more dry
  regions. So if we take a look at
  the control chart with these
  these restricted values,
  we can see that the yield is
  lower in this this new
  lot that was just added. And
  in fact, with the Tempranillo
  grape it is below the
  lower limit. We can take a look
  at the sugar to see how that
  responded and we can see that
  the sugar actually went up for
  our new restricted irrigation
  dry spot.
  The pH wasn't wasn't
  anything abnormal.
  So I think we need to
  update this. Josh, do you
  want to show us how?
  Yes, so new in JMP 16 in JMP
  Live is the ability to update
  just the data of a report.
  This is useful because you don't
  need to rerun the JSL or
  recreate the report in JMP and
  republish. You simply want to
  update the existing report with
  new data. This can be done
  directly from the JMP Live UI
  by selecting details
  and scrolling down to the data
  section where you can view the
  data table that is associated
  with the report. And click manage
  to update it.
  Click on update data
  and select update next to the
  table you want to update.
  And click submit.
  You're returned to the report.
  You will see that it is
  regenerating and the updated
  content shows the warnings that
  Annie mentioned. Now I'm going to
  hand it over to Aurora to
  demonstrate some of the other
  ways that JMP Live lets you
  know you have warnings. Thank
  you, Josh. OK, so Josh has taken
  a post that was warnings-enabled
  and now he's updated the data on
  it so there actually are
  warnings now, so I can show you
  what that looks like from the
  perspective of a regular JMP
  Live user. We can see now that
  his post looks a bit different
  than it did before. It has a new
  red icon on it that draws the
  eye, and when we hover on that
  icon it says there are control
  chart warnings in this post.
  What that's telling me in a
  little bit more detail is, first
  I know that the publisher of
  this post cares about control
  chart warnings because the
  publisher has chosen to turn on
  those tests within JMP desktop.
  Second, I know the publisher
  thinks that other JMP Live
  users might care about control
  chart warnings on this post
  because that publisher has chosen to
  enable that JMP Live feature.
  And third, of course, I know that
  there actually are control chart
  warnings on the post. Now I'll
  see this icon on any post. I
  also see it on a folder if that
  folder has a post inside of it
  that fulfills all these same
  criteria. If I click on this
  icon, I am taken to
  the warnings section of the post
  details, just like I showed you
  last time, only now there's more
  interesting stuff in this
  section. Now it tells me that
  there are control chart warnings
  and which columns those warnings
  are present on (yield and brix
  sugar) and it tells me some
  details about the warnings. But
  if I want more details, I can
  scroll down just a bit and click
  open log. That tells me a lot.
  It tells me for every column
  How many warnings there are;
  what that translate to in terms
  of warning rate; which tests
  the publisher actually
  decided to turn on an JMP
  desktop; and also specifically
  which data points failed
  tests and which tests they
  failed. I can also copy this
  to my clipboard.
  If I scroll down further to the
  comments stream, I can see a new
  system comment. It says the
  posters regenerated because the
  post content was updated, and
  when the post content was
  updated, there are now control
  chart warnings on the following
  columns. So you can see here
  that these comments stream can
  serve as kind of a high-level
  history of what's been going on
  with the post. Right now I'll
  leave Josh a quick comment
  saying it looks like reduced
  irrigation had a
  big impact. Now
  the icon that I saw on the card,
  that would be seen by any JMP
  Live user, and any JMP Live user,
  if they open the post details,
  would see these system comments
  and they would see this warning
  section. But not just any JMP
  Live user would get a new
  notification actively pushed to
  them, but I do have that
  notification. I can see it up
  here in my notifications tray.
  And I also have one sitting in
  my email inbox right now, and
  it's very detailed. The email
  contains all of the information
  that is present when we saw open
  log just a moment ago. Now, why
  did I get this notification? I
  got it because I'm a member of
  the group that published...that
  the post was published to. And
  furthermore, the administrator
  of that group has turned on this
  JMP Live warnings feature.
  They've enabled warnings for the
  group itself, and by doing that,
  the group admin was telling JMP
Live I think the members of my
  group are really going to care
  about control chart warnings, so
  much so that you should actively
  push notification out to them if
  we get any new control chart
  warnings on the posts in this
  group. In other words, my
  group admin agrees with the
  publisher. They both want to
  draw my attention to these
  potential problems.
  Now I'll turn it back to Annie
  so she can walk us through the
  next part of the grape trial.
  Thanks, Aurora.
  OK, so we we last looked at the
  adding of the restricted
  irrigation lot and now we have a
  couple new lots come in.
  Nothing, nothing special about
  those. Let's take a look at the
  graph. Um, what do we see here?
  Well, we see the restricted
  irrigation, but nothing special
  with those. Let's see if
  anything happened with the
  sugar. No, we see the two new
  points at the end after the
  restricted irrigation, but
  nothing special there and not a
  whole lot new. But we do still
  need to update the graph and
  update it on the web. So Josh, do
  you want to show us how we can
  update it this time?
  So I have already
  demonstrated how you could
  update the data through the
  JMP Live UI, but you can
  also do this through JSL.
  First, I'm going to declare a
  couple of variables, including
  the report ID. The report ID can
  just be found at the end of the
  URL after the last slash; it's a
  series of letters and numbers
  that identifies the report to
  replace. There are ways to
  retrieve the report ID through
  JSL, which I will show in a
  moment, but for now we're just
  going to save that.
  We're also going to update our
  updated data set that Annie just
  showed you so that we can
  provide it to JMP Live. So if I
  run these, it opens the data table.
  The next thing we need to
  do is to create a
  connection to JMP Live.
  This will use this the
  named connection that we...
  that I created at the
  beginning of the demo,
  Discovery Demo server, here.
  I use the new JMP Live command,
  which will create a JMP Live
  connection object. I provide
  an existing connection and
  it can prompt if needed, but
  I've already authenticated.
  So if I run this,
  I get a new connection. As I had
  mentioned at the beginning, you
  can use this connection to
  search for reports, as well as
  get a particular report object
  by ID. I'm going to use our
  variable that I pasted in
  to get the report we've
  been working on.
  That report can be...
  you can get a scriptable
  report from that result
  object to get a live report
  that you can examine for a
  number of pieces of information.
  Here I grabbed a live report
  and got the ID.
  I got the title,
  description and the URL.
  And you can see in the log that
  the ID I retrieved
  matches the one that I
  pasted in
  to the report.
  I also got the title.
  The description is blank 'cause
  we didn't provide one when we
  originally published. And I also
  got the URL, the full URL, that I
  could use to either open the
  report through the script or for
  some other purpose, such as
  creating a larger report
  that links to it.
  In preparation of the next step,
  I'm just going to get the
  current date and time, which I'm
  going to use to decorate the
  title a bit, prove that we've
  updated it through JSL.
  But the key command here is
  the update data command, which
  lets us update just the data
  of the report, just like I did
  through the JMP Live UI. It
  takes the ID as well, which
  here I'm going to retrieve
  from the live report object.
  And then takes the data command
  which you provide the new
  data table that you are
  uploading, as well as the name of
  the the current data table that
  you want to replace.
  update result object can also
  be queried to retrieve a
  number of pieces of
  information, like if it was
  successful, the status you got
  back, any error messages which
  could be useful in a more
  automated setting to provide
  details as to why publish of
  the new data failed. So I'm
  going to run this.
  And it said that it was
  successful. And if I bring up
  my report, you get this popup
  that says an updated version
  of this report is available.
  Now I can choose to dismiss it
  and continue looking at the
  current context I have, but I'm
  going to say to reload.
  And we see the new data points
  here without having to refresh
  the entire page.
  We go back to
  The last thing I wanna do is
  show that other pieces of the
  report can also be manipulated
  through JSL. Here I'm simply
  going to give it a new title. I
  don't like the one that was
  provided by default, so I had
  declared this variable with
  a new title, and I'm going
  to append to that, the date
  and time to help
  distinguish when this
  update was done.
  I'm going to use the set Title
  Command to send that to the live
  report and then close my data
  table to wrap up.
  Run these and
  bring up the report. In
  a moment you'll see the
  title refresh both here
  and in the details.
  Here it is with the date
  and time.
  Now I'm gonna hand it back over
  to Aurora so she can show you
  more of what happened in JMP
  Live with this update. Thank
  you, Josh. So I can see Josh has
  updated title on his post. And so
  he has updated a post that was
  warnings-enabled and had
  warnings. He's updated with new
  data, and the new data, and just
  like the previous data, has
  control chart warnings. So I can
  show you what this kind of
  persistent warning situation
  looks like to a regular JMP
  Live user. So I can see here that
  the icon that draws the eye and
  says there are control chart warnings in the post
  that's still present in a
  persistent warning scenario. If
  I open the post,
  and I open the post details, I
  can see the warning section. Only
  now, it tells me I have warnings
on three columns yield brix
  sugar and pH. If I scroll down
  to the comments stream, I can
  see that same notification about
  the warnings here in the
  comments stream. And I also, I'd
  like to point out, have a new
  active notification that is pushed
  out to me. I have a new one here
  and that's telling me that the
  new data, just like the old
  data, does have warnings
  associated with it. Now I'll
  turn it back to Annie and she
  can take us through the next
  step of the grape trial.
  Thanks, Aurora.
  So last we talked, we were
  looking at Lot #34. 33 and 34
  were added, so we've got
  one new lot come in. That's lot
  #35. Let's see how it looks.
  Oh my goodness, the yield is way
  out of...out of control. This is...
  this is just unbelievable. This
  is...this is just remarkable. How's
  the sugar look? Well, the sugar
  looks about normal, like we would
  expect. The pH is also
  about where we would expect.
  This is something that's
  clearly going to involve some
  investigation, but we still need
  to report this. Josh, would you
  like to update the web?
  we've demonstrated that you
  can update just the data of
  the report, which is useful
  when you want to keep the
  report contents the same
  and just update the data.
  But there's also the ability to
  replace the report which existed
  before, and it's still useful if
  you want to update the contents
  of the report itself.
  I realize in addition to
  updating the data, I don't
  really want to have this moving
  range chart at the bottom. It
  doesn't really make sense in
  this context, so I'm going to
  right click and say remove
  dispersion chart and get rid of
  that. So now the report is ready
  to be replaced.
  I got to file publish, publish
  to JMP Live, and it looks like
  it did before except instead of
  selecting create a new post, I'm
  going to decide to replace an
  existing post and click next.
  New in JMP 16,
  we've updated this search
  My report is right at the top of
  the list, but you also have the
  ability to search by by keyword.
  and restrict the number of
  reports if you've published a
  lot, or this was a while ago and
  you have difficulty finding it.
  I'm going to pick the report I
  want to replace and click next.
  On this screen I get a
  summary of the existing
  picture and title. I'm going
  to update the title,
  just to draw attention to
  the fact that I replaced it,
  and give the description.
  This time I know something might
  be wrong with the yield. So
  while the report does have
  warnings, this time I'm going to
  decide to uncheck the enable
  warnings checkbox. Information
  about the warnings will still be
  sent to JMP Live
  and be available at a later
  time, but I don't want everyone
  to get notified about the
  warnings just yet.
  Click publish.
  And again, I'm told that my
  report has been updated and I
  can reload it.
  And the new information for the
  title and description appear in
  the details. I'll hand it
  back to Aurora so she can
  show you what else has
  happened in JMP Live.
  Thank you, Josh. So just to
  summarize, again, Josh has
  taken a post that has control
  chart warnings in it, but this
  time when he republished it,
  he decided not to enable the
  JMP Live warnings feature.
  I'm gonna show you what that
  looks like to a regular JMP
  Live user because the content
  publisher has control over
  whether their control chart
  warnings are exposed on JMP
  Live in a way that's going to
  draw the attention of other
  users. And Josh decided that
  that attention really wouldn't
  be productive right now. So what
  does it look like to me? It
  really doesn't look like a whole
  lot. There is no icon on the
  card to draw my eye to it. I
  don't have a new notification.
  If I open the post and I open
  post details, and I scroll down,
  that warning section that I've
  showed you several times before,
  it's not even present, because Josh has
  said I don't think other JMP Live
  users really need to know
  about the state of the warnings
  on this post right now.
  Furthermore, if I scroll down to
  the comments stream, you know, I
  can go back all the way to the
  beginning and I can see when it
  was published, it did not have
  control chart warnings and then
  it was updated and it did. It
  was updated again and it still
  did. The most recent comment
  that I see says Josh Marquordt
  has republished the post, and
  it doesn't tell me anything
  one way or the other about
  control chart warnings. And
  again, that's because the
  publisher has control over
  whether these things are
  exposed to other JMP Live
  While I'm here, I'll leave a
  quick comment because I see in
  the description that Josh wants
  us to look at the yield.
  And it looks very, very
  off to me, so I'm going to say,
  could this be
  A data entry error?
  Oops, that was my scroll mistake
  and I'll submit that and then
  I'll turn it back over to Annie
  so that they can do some
  troubleshooting on this process.
  Thanks, Aurora. So we went back
  and we talked with the data
  entry people and it turns out
  they were entering in pounds
  instead of kilograms. As you
  notice right here, we're in
  kilograms. So we updated the
  data, did a little division
  on it, and now the yield
  looks like more like what we
  would expect. The sugar and
  the pH have been unaffected.
  Josh, would you like to
  show how to republish?
  Yes, so we've shown several ways
  to update the data. I'm going to
  go back to the first way I
  replaced it by updating it to
  the the JMP Live UI. I'll click
  on details. And scroll down
  to the data section
  again, click manage.
  Update data.
  And when I click update I'm
  going to select the fixed
  data that Annie just
  presented and submit.
  Go back to the report, see
  it regenerate.
  like we noted the
  yield is back to looking
  normal. I'm going to leave
  a comment for Aurora to let
  her know that we fixed the
  ...the units.
  Then hand it back to her to show
  you what has changed in JMP
  Live. Aurora... Thank you, Josh.
  So I can see his post here. I
  can open it and right away
  looking at the report itself I
  can see that things look a lot
  better on the yield. So I'm
  curious about what that what
  that was. I'm going to scroll
  down here and actually I can get
  here because I notice I have a
  new notification. What's that
  about? I click on it and I see
  that Josh has replied to my
  comment; that will take me
  directly to the post also. And
  if I scroll down to those
  comments and I look at that
  reply, I can see, OK the units
  were in pounds instead of
  kilograms. It's been fixed now.
  Fantastic. So it looks like the
  grape trial is back on track
  and we're making good progress.
  Um, I'd like to take a step back
  now and talk about the different
  kinds of JMP Live users that
  there are and how they interact
  with control chart warnings.
  We've talked a lot during these
  demonstrations about the power
  that Josh had as the content
  publisher. The content publisher
  has control over which tests are
  turned on or not in JMP
  desktop. And the publisher
  also has control over whether
  or not to enable this JMP
  Live feature on the post.
  But before when I got a
  notification about control chart
  warnings, I mentioned that I got
  it because the post is published
  to a particular group. So I'd
  like to show you a little bit
  more about those groups. If I go
  to the groups page, I can see
  the Wine Trials Group that this
  post has been published to, and
  I can see that it is warnings-
  enabled. If I hover over that, it
  says control chart warning
  notifications will be sent to
  members of this group. Let's
  open that group up.
  You can see here as well that
  it's enabled and because I
  actually happen to be the
  administrator of this group, I
  can change that. If you come over
  here to the overflow menu,
  which is these three dots,
  click that, and I have the
  option to disable warnings and
  stop sending these
  notifications out to my group
  I can also change it bac. If I
  change it from disabled to
  enabled, then I get a prompt and
  it says send notifications now.
  JMP Live is telling me,
  OK, you've got a group;
  it's got some posts in it;
  because you didn't care
  previously about control chart
  warnings in this post there
  could be posts in this group
  already that have warnings and
  none of your members know
  about it. So now that you do
  care about control chart
  warnings in this group, would
  you like me to go ahead and
  send out notifications to all
  of the members of the group
  about any control warnings
  that already exist on the
  posts in here? I'll say no for
  now because we already know
  about this particular problem.
  But what if I'm not a content
  publisher and I'm not a group
  administrator? I'm just a
  regular JMP Live user and I'm
  getting notifications about
  other people's processes. As with
  any other kind of notification,
  I can opt out. And I would do
  that by going up here and
  clicking on my notification bell
  icon, clicking on the settings
  icon. And if I scroll down, I'll
  see that there is a new type of
  notification called control
  chart warnings. I can toggle
  this on or off to say whether or
  not I want these notifications
  at all. And if I do,
  I can let JMP Live know with
  what frequency I want to receive
  emails about these
  notifications. I think that
  Josh also has some closing
  thoughts for us, so I'll
  turn it over to him, Josh.
  Thanks, Aurora.
  So we demonstrated the new control
  chart warnings in JMP Live 16,
  how it lets you notify
  interested parties about tests
  that generate warnings in
  Control Chart Builder.
  We've shown some new features in
  the JMP Live UI that draw
  attention to the warnings and
  give you details about what
  occurred. And settings to control
  the notifications and warnings
  from the perspective of both the
  publisher and group admins.
  We've also shown that there's
  several ways to update
  reports and get data into
  JMP Live 16. You can publish
  a report from the JMP
  You can update just the data,
  which is a new feature in JMP
  Live 16, through both the JMP
  Live UI, as well as updating just
  the data through JSL.
  And you can also still
  republish a report
  from the JMP desktop
  to change its contents.
  I only briefly touched on the
  JSL capabilities in JMP Live
  16 so if you're interested in
  more details or on how to take
  this process and automate it,
  please see Brian Corcoran's
  talk on the JMP community at
The Morning Update Creating
  An Automated Daily Report to
  Viewers Using Internet-Based
  Data. It takes a control chart
  warnings example and shows how
  you might make this a daily
  process that publishes
  Please see our talk on the JMP
  community and leave us feedback.
  Finally, we wanted to say thank
  you. We are just a few members
  of a much larger...several teams
  that have worked on this
  feature. On the JMP
  desktop in Statistics, Annie
  Dudley Zangi and Tonya Mauldin
  worked on Control Chart Builder.
  The JMP Live team led by Eric
  Hill contributed to both this
  feature and many of the other
  features that we got to
  indirectly show while giving
  this demo. The JMP
  Interactive HTML team led by
  John Powell created the content
  of the reports of control chart
  folder in JMP Live.
  Our UX and design work is done
  by Stephanie Mencia and our project
  manager is Daniel Valente.
  Thank you.
  Thank you everyone. Thank you.

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This talk, presented by our colleague Brian Corcoran, is very complementary to this talk.