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What topics would you like to see at the group's next meeting on January 12th?

The next meeting of the RTP JMP user group is already scheduled for the evening of January 12th. A special thank you to Buffy Hudson-Curtis for agreeing to be one of the speakers!

As a member of this group, what JMP topics would you be interested in learning more about (either at the January meeting or just in general). Post your answers here!

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Re: What topics would you like to see at the group's next meeting on January 12th?

Two topics that would I would be interested in seeing (particularly if they included running through an example with messy, real-world data):

"Best Practices for Time Series Analysis using JMP"

"Best Practices for Survival Analysis using JMP"

Science is built up with fact, as a house is with stone.But a collection of fact is no more a science than a heap of stones is a house. Jules Henri Poincare
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Re: What topics would you like to see at the group's next meeting on January 12th?

Messy data is where the rubber meets the road.  With survival, were you thinking about the survival platform or digging into the reliability - time to event platforms?

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Re: What topics would you like to see at the group's next meeting on January 12th?

I don't have a preference... I just don't get the opportunity to use either time series or survival analysis much in my current role so I'd like to hear from someone that is using these techniques all the time.  In particular, I'd love to hear from someone that has a good business example (including the types of challenges that you seldom see in textbook examples), or a novel application.

Science is built up with fact, as a house is with stone.But a collection of fact is no more a science than a heap of stones is a house. Jules Henri Poincare
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Re: What topics would you like to see at the group's next meeting on January 12th?

I would like to see PCA studies and DOE related topics.