The JMP documentation library has grown over the years with the advent of new platforms and increasingly robust options. Some books reached their page-count limit for print, while other books covered a broad assortment of topics.
For JMP 11, the documentation is divided into several smaller books. These shorter books provide a more cohesive structure for topics. For instance, information on modeling reliability and analyzing destruction data are in Reliability and Survival Methods. The Consumer Research book covers topics on studying consumer buying habits.
Here’s a quick run-down of the new titles:
You'll be able to download the individual PDF files from our website and open them from the JMP Help > Books menu.
With the restructured library, we provide two new options in the JMP Help > Books menu to assist you in finding help fast.
As I mentioned in an earlier blog post "JMP help at your fingertips," JMP offered digital books (or e-books) for the first time with the release of JMP 10.0.1. The e-books provide interactive options and let you personalize your reading experience. Change the font, brighten the display, or view content against a black background. Many e-readers let you search the book, a dictionary, Wikipedia and even your annotations.
Curious or perplexed users often search using Google first. JMP help topics are on JMP.com, so searching for terms such as “attribute gauge chart” or “forecast product reliability” lead you to the JMP help. This is the same help content as in the JMP product but with more statistical details and examples.
To avoid wading through Google search results, visit our website and search our help directly. JMP 11 help will be available when JMP 11 is released next month. At the top of any help page, enter terms in the orange Search JMP Online Documentation box.
Questions or comments? We want to hear from you. Email JMPDocumentation@jmp.com.
Note: This post is part of series of previews of JMP 11 by JMP R&D members and technical experts. The JMP Blog will feature new previews every Tuesday until JMP 11 is released in September. Check out all of the JMP 11 previews.
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