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May 21, 2014

JMP 11 webcasts -- live and on demand

JMP 11, the latest version of JMP, will be released next week, on Sept. 10. Since JMP is such a visual product, one of the best ways to learn what JMP 11 can do is by watching one (or all) of the upcoming webcasts. Here's a quick rundown:

  • John Sall, creator of JMP, will launch JMP 11 on Sept. 10 with a live webcast from Discovery Summit 2013 in San Antonio. He and several other leaders of JMP R&D will show major new additions and changes to JMP. This 90-minute webcast, titled "Working with Data: Making Hard Things Easy," will take place 10-11:30 a.m. ET (7-8:30 a.m. PT). Hundreds of users have signed up already.
  • Find out what's new in JMP via a live one-hour webcast on Sept. 26 with JMP expert Brady Brady. This fall, you also have two other opportunities to see what's new in JMP 11: Oct. 31 and Nov. 21. You'll get to see the new drag-and-drop Application Builder,  improvements to Graph Builder, a new wizard that makes it easy to import Microsoft Excel data, interactive HTML reports, street-level maps and more.
  • And if you missed the live version of the Analytically Speaking webcast about JMP 11 on Aug. 28, you can watch it anytime on demand. Three JMP R&D directors talk about how new features make it into JMP and how JMP 11 improves your workflow.
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