Our World Statistics Day conversations have been a great reminder of how much statistics can inform our lives. Do you have an example of how statistics has made a difference in your life? Share your story with the Community!
We know JMP users are making a difference at their organizations by finding inefficiencies, making discoveries, improving processes, saving money, helping make lives better.
Now we'd like you to tell the JMP community about it, at Discovery Summit 2014.
The annual Discovery Summit conference is the perfect event to share your experience and knowledge of JMP -- as well as learn from others. Submit an abstract telling how you used JMP to solve a particular problem, and you may be invited to present your paper or poster idea in September at SAS headquarters in Cary, North Carolina (and you'll see firsthand the company that's consistently on lists of the best workplaces). The call for papers for this year's conference is open until 5 pm EST on Friday, March 14.
It's easy to submit your abstract, which only has to be 150 to 200 words. Not a huge commitment of your time! The Discovery Summit Steering Committee will review abstracts after the call for papers closes and make their selections. You should know in early May whether your paper or poster has been accepted. Presentations and poster display take place Sept. 16-18.
If you don't know an appropriate topic to propose, you can take a look at last year's papers and posters, and that might spark an idea or two of your own. In addition, the JMP Discussion Forum has generated a list of suggested topics. Here is the list of ideas from there (visit the forum to see more detail on the ideas):
JMP Scripting Language
Design of experiments
Simulation Experiment tool
Time series and econometrics modeling
And don't worry that your idea is too basic or too advanced. There's room -- and a need -- for all levels of papers and posters. We can't wait to hear your idea -- submit it!