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!
Mar 2, 2018 7:24 AM
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User-led breakout talks and ePoster presentations are often cited as a conference highlight of Discovery Summit conferences.Every part of Discovery Summit is relevant to JMP users, but the user-led breakout talks and ePoster presentations are often cited as a conference highlight. Why? Because benchmarking how other JMP users explore their data and overcome their obstacles is powerful.
We want to hear how you are using JMP to meet day-to-day challenges, and we hope you’ll submit a paper or ePoster abstract describing how you do. If your abstract is selected, you’ll present at the conference, which will take place 23-26 Oct. at SAS headquarters.
Our paper and ePoster presenters are some of our best teachers. They are a source of inspiration to learn more, including new ways to analyze data, the latest techniques for statistical modeling and innovative applications of the software.
Leaving Discovery Summit more prepared to change your world is what Discovery is all about. Our goal is to help the great people who use JMP software be better equipped to do amazing things – or mundane but necessary things – so they can make their worlds even better.
If you need some ideas, take a look at past presentation materials in the JMP User Community.
Friday, 27 April, at 8 p.m. ET: Call for papers and ePosters ends.
Late May: Selections of papers and ePosters announced.
Monday, 10 Sept.: Final versions of student ePosters due for those who wish to be eligible for the Best Student ePoster Award.
Friday, 21 Sept.: Final version of papers, presentation materials and ePosters due.
24-26 Oct.: Paper presentations and ePoster displays occur.
Title: 25 words or fewer.
Abstracts: 150-200 words.
Author biographies: 75 words or fewer per author.We want to hear how you are using JMP to meet day-to-day challenges, and we hope you’ll submit a paper or ePoster abstract describing how you do.