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Jun 23, 2011

Join the JMP User Forum in the UK on 17 July

UK users of JMP will gather on 17 July for a day of sharing stories and best practises, and to find out about JMP 11. They will meet at Infineum, the leading fuel additives company, based near Abingdon.

The first illustration of how JMP is being used in industry will be from Duncan Smith, the lead JMP user at Ilika, a company spun out of Southampton University’s Chemistry Dept. Ilika is at the leading edge of material development for high-tech batteries and collaborates with companies such as Toyota. Duncan will be talking about how Ilika uses JMP to mine its high-throughput data to make more informed recommendations about materials.

The next story will come from Nell Masey O’Neill, who has been using JMP to build predictive models using feeding trial data at AB Vista, a supplier of new-generation micro-ingredients for animal feeds. This helps the company determine the optimum conditions under which its products work in vivo, in order to design better trials and support their farm customers.

Martin Owen, the UK User Forum Chairman, will then show an application that GSK developed in JMP to understand how to control processes and identify risks and gaps in process understanding. This helps GSK, a leading research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare company, manage its data-derived knowledge and rapidly navigate around the complexity of its multistage and multidisciplinary projects.

JMP 11 is due to be released in September after 18 months of development. Ian Cox, JMP European Marketing Manager, will show some of the highlights of the latest version of JMP and JMP Pro at the user forum.

We will also run two parallel workshops in the afternoon:

1. Definitive Screening Designs: Dr. Malcolm Moore, JMP European Technical Manager, will show how you can build definitive screening designs, which is one of the latest developments in experimental design.

2. Advanced Visual Techniques: David Burnham from Pega Analytics will show how the unique blend of visualisation and analytics in JMP enables you to make better analytical decisions using your data.

If you are interested in joining the other JMP users for this day, then you can register online.

Community Member

A. Saavedra wrote:

Hello Bernard,

Will the academic version of JMP 11 be available in September too?

Thank you.

A. Saavedra

Arati Mejdal wrote:

Thanks for your question. Here's what our Academic team says: Shrinkwrap, yes. But onthehub probably not until December. Annual license holders receive it typically within a couple weeks of release. When they deploy it is entirely up to the individual site.

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