Introduction to the JMP Scripting Language is now available via Live Web
May 1, 2009 4:26 PM
JMP Training is pleased to announce that the Introduction to the JMP Scripting Language class is now available via Live Web. This course has always been popular in the traditional classroom setting and we in JMP Training are pleased to offer this class to anyone who might prefer to take the course from a desktop rather than travel to a classroom. To ensure that the live web experience for this class is equal to that of a traditional classroom setting, instructor-student interactions have been added throughout the course to offer students opportunities to test their knowledge of the course material as it is covered. Also, as is the case in any live web class, opportunities to ask the instructors questions via texting or over the audio is an integral part of the course and answers are provided in real time.
For those of you unfamiliar with this course, it demonstrates how to extend the functionality of JMP using the JMP Scripting Language (JSL) in order to automate routine procedures, extend or create new procedures, and to customize reports. In the class, you learn many things about scripting, including how to use the basic elements of JSL; use messages, functions, and expressions to create new data tables and columns, control analyses, and capture or modify reports; create and use dialogs to adapt script behavior; and save JMP scripts as custom menu or toolbar items to automate routine analyses and reporting. It is designed for anyone familiar with JMP who would like to learn how to script JMP.
The first public live web offering of the scripting course is July 13-17, 2009. The next public live web offering is November 16-20, 2009. To register for either of these offerings, click here. The instructors for each offering are Mark Bailey and Laura Ryan, and they look forward to having you in class!