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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.