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Did JMP Help You Rise to a Challenge?

Tell us how in a paper or poster abstract for Discovery Summit 2011.


The Discovery Summit 2011 Steering Committee is inviting you and other JMP users to share how this statistical discovery software from SAS® has solved real problems. If your paper or poster is selected, you will present at the conference, Sept. 13-16 in Denver, the Mile High City.


When we asked last year’s Discovery Summit attendees what they found most valuable about the conference, many noted the breakout sessions featuring user presentations. They said they enjoyed:


• “Learning new release features, seeing them in action, watching problem-solving showcases presented by [the] finest analysts…”

• “The ability to see how other companies, industries and problem solvers are applying analytics and visualization in respect to specific business problems.”

• Hearing “new ideas for data analysis.”


In the words of attendees, “having lots of users mix together brought about great synergy.”


We believe that many of the greatest lessons learned at Discovery Summit 2011 will be passed from peer to peer. You have a unique perspective on the use of analytics in your field that, if shared, could leave fellow attendees better prepared to do their jobs and implement sound strategies.


Plus, there are perks.


Presenters will:


• Share the agenda with some of the finest, including our keynote speakers, who are thought leaders in statistics, technology and innovation.

• Receive complimentary conference admission.

• Enjoy top-notch accommodations from Sept. 13-16 if your paper is accepted.*

• Gather feedback from other attendees so you can further fine-tune your own analyses.

• Contribute to the conference conversation, advancing the use of analytics across forward-looking companies around the globe.

• Demonstrate to your colleagues and managers how higher analytics benefit your organization.


We hope you’ll participate. Learn more and submit a paper or poster abstract by March 18, 2011, at 5 p.m. ET for consideration.


*Not applicable to poster presenters.

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Gail Massari wrote:

The presentations last year were top-notch and all of the posters would have made great presentations if space and schedule had permitted that. Hear some of the podcasts (#43 - #49) from 2010 Summit. (Background noise included for authenticity!)

http://www.jmp.com/about/podcasts/