Last year, you heard from many people in JMP Development here in this blog. And it turns out you liked that best! Almost all of the top 10 posts of 2015 were written by R&D folks, and that's not a surprise. Our developers have tons of useful information and examples, and they are passionate about their work and exploring data.
The subjects of the top posts were varied. They included a timely contribution to a pop-culture conversation, the remaking of a graph about the impact of vaccination, analyses and visualizations of diet and fitness data (three on this topic!), a statistical model of a star basketball player's performance -- as well as details about a couple of new features in JMP 12, which was released last March.
Without further ado, here's what you, our readers, liked best in 2015 as determined by numbers of views:
The ART Forum is a conference that brings together marketing academics and applied researchers. Melinda Thielbar told us about the meeting, as I'm sure she will do again this year, since she has now become its chair. Congrats, Melinda!
Dynamic, animated bubble plots that you can share with anyone are a user fave. John Powell showed lots of cool examples of this new feature in JMP 12, and shared videos and a detailed guide for interacting with bubble plots in a browser.
Analyzing food log data and activity measurements presents challenges and limitations, and Shannon Conners explained what she had learned about these issues and what works best for her for weight loss.