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On 31 March we hosted our first JMP Virtual Hands-on Workshop in Europe. There was a huge amount of interest leading up to this event, as evidenced by the number of registrations. More than 250 people joined the workshop live, and we really hope those watching found it useful. We know this is a difficult time for everyone, so we’d like to reach out to all of you to offer our help and support as best we can.

Prediction Profiler with "Simulate" turned on, as show in "Case Study #4."Prediction Profiler with "Simulate" turned on, as show in "Case Study #4."

If you watched the workshop live, please take a moment to complete the survey below. We want to hear what you thought of it, what you liked and didn’t like, what you would like to see more or less of, etc. We also want to know what topics or JMP features you’d like us to cover at future workshops. Since this was the very first event of its kind in Europe, we will use your responses to improve future events so we can provide you with the best support possible.

Even if you didn’t see the workshop but would be interested in attending future events, we still want to hear from you. Please take a moment to answer the survey so that we can discover what’s important to you and how we can deliver content in a way that suits your needs.

You have until 8 April to complete the survey; respondents’ names will remain confidential. As soon as we’ve compiled the results, we will post them and key takeaways in a follow-up blog post shortly thereafter.

If you’d like to see a recording of the event, click on the link below. Just below the link is the JMP journal and Excel dataset needed to follow along.

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Great case studies.  People newish to DOE can also independently, at their own pace, work through the 

JMP® Design of Experiments (DOE) Introductory Kit.