Our World Statistics Day conversations have been a great reminder of how much statistics can inform our lives. Do you have an example of how statistics has made a difference in your life? Share your story with the Community!
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Eposter sessions are a highlight at Discovery Summit Europe.Headliner Tim Harford, author of The Undercover Economist, Adapt and Messy, will remind us why experimentation and disruption are good for innovation. He’ll encourage us to add randomness to our processes, try stupid things that shouldn’t work and to do some things the hard way – all in the name of discovery and creativity.
Be among the first to try and give feedback on JMP 15 (out in Fall 2019) and to learn about JMP Public, the new place to share interactive JMP visualizations.If you have attended many times, rest assured the conference will feature the very things you know and love – expert keynotes, one-to-one time with developers and user-led breakouts – with fresh content and ideas for building your analytic capacity. Check the agenda to see what’s in store. Our steering committee is currently selecting breakout speakers from the call for papers, and these details will be announced soon.
Speaking of new, you’ll be among the first to try and provide feedback on JMP 15 (out in Fall 2019) and to learn about our growing website where visualizations are shared, JMP Public.
For a deep dive into specific applications of JMP products, sign up for a two-day instructor-led training course or a shorter tutorial (or more!) led by a JMP technical expert. Training and tutorials will be held before the general sessions begin.