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No Excuses to miss Discovery 2009 Conference

Why would you not attend Discovery 2009? Let’s see: Tiny travel budget. Too few resources. Too much work. Already using JMP … Am I getting close? I bet you can come up with a lot of reasons not to attend.

But none of those reasons can withstand a little scrutiny. Let’s see: We centrally located the event in Chicago, and we are offering deep early-bird and package discounts. Attendees will leave enabled to work faster and more efficiently. Users will learn new and better ways to put the software to work.

Ready to register? We hope so. If not, let us know what your excuse is, and we’ll see if we can help you work around it.

In the meantime, here are 10 reasons to attend Discovery 2009:

1. Learn from experienced JMP users at McDonald’s, Sandia National Labs, Cree, Johns Hopkins and other leading organizations.

2. Meet SAS Executive VP John Sall and other key JMP developers.

3. Visualize your SAS data through JMP, or become more proficient in your use of JMP.

4. Sharpen your JMP skills, adding to your resume and making you more competitive.

5. Watch real analytic solutions pitted against real-world problems.

6. Explore new dimensions in data modeling, see the latest trends in data visualization, experience statistical exploration at its best.

7. Work more efficiently — saving time, money and materials.

8. Learn to design experiments that defy textbook limitations.

9. Make better, data-driven decisions in your high-pressure environment.

10. Be in the right place at the right time. This is your chance to learn from Malcolm Gladwell, author of Outliers, Blink and The Tipping Point.

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