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May 21, 2014

A Strong Voice at Twin Cities JMP Users Group Meeting

The inaugural meeting of the Twin Cities JMP Users Group will feature a talk by a Minneapolis-based Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Strong Shih-Chuang Huang. Huang is involved in Six Sigma program implementation for Beckman Coulter worldwide, a manufacturer of biomedical diagnostic systems, reagent tests and supplies.

Huang's presentation, "Breakthrough Results with Visual Data Discovery," will demonstrate the power of applied statistics to extract meaningful information from data. He'll explain why he thinks JMP's interactive graphics and drill-down architecture make it the best choice for Six Sigma programs. He'll discuss the application of JMP to the biotechnology industry and give a specific example of how "the data talks to our scientists and engineers through powerful graphics with JMP and guides us to meaningful solutions for implementation."

Huang holds a master’s in manufacturing systems from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Center for the Development of Technological Leadership, and a bachelor’s in chemical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Attend his presentation at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2, in Richfield, Minnesota. Earlier in the day, you can watch John Sall, chief architect of JMP, show what's new in JMP 8, the upcoming new version of the software. Watch the JMP Users Group page for more information on this meeting.

You can also meet Huang at the Innovators' Summit, where he'll be a VIP attendee and one of the featured dinner dates for the welcome dinner.

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Emily wrote:

The Green Belts can also help in gathering data as well as performing experiments in support of Black Belt projects. A six sigma black belt trainee is trained in team building activities and in the statistical tools in more detail. The Six Sigma problem solving methods along with statistical tools help to contribute largely in an organizations success.