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With the anticipated launch of JMP Genomics 3.2 this month, the JMP Genomics team is pleased to offer complimentary Web training for users, evaluators or prospective users who are interested in learning more about the software. During the training sessions, Application Scientists Doug Robinson and Jordan Hiller will demonstrate how you can get started importing your own data sets and working through standard analysis workflows in JMP Genomics. The training sessions will highlight the new Basic Workflows for Expression and Genetics, which provide simplified paths through standard quality control and statistical analysis of data sets.
Following the highly successful Getting Started with Expression Analysis session on April 16, we’re planning to present Getting Started with Genetic Analysis April 30. Additional sessions of both expression and genetics trainings will be held in May and June. We are excited to have Chris Kirchberg from JMP Genomics partner Ingenuity Systems joining us at training sessions in May and June to discuss using Ingenuity Pathways Analysis software to place analysis results into biological context. The training sessions also will cover the interoperability of JMP Genomics and IPA. To sign up for any of these sessions, please visit our Webcasts page.
If you’re new to JMP Genomics, we feature analysis tools for microarray, SNP, proteomics and copy number data sets. You can work with Illumina BeadStudio output files or standard files output by Affymetrix GCOS or Console software, as well as real-time PCR data sets, text files exported from various databases, or other text, csv or Excel file formats. Please visit our Web site for more information.