on 04-06-2016 11:37 AM
Upstate SC JMP Users Group
The first meeting of the Upstate JMP Users group (USSC JUG) was hosted by the Spartanberg Regional Hospital. The presenters for the meeting were Byron Wingerd (Byron) from JMP Brad Foulkes (bradford.foulkes) from GE Water and Power.
Presenting on a more general topic, Byron stepped through use cases for the data manipulation tools under the Tables menu. Being able to format data for analysis is a fundamental skill and understanding the data manipulation tools lets people get where then need to be quickly and efficiently.
Brad’s talk on Lifeing models focused on the use of JMP’s reliability tools for understanding time to event data. Using the parametric survival platform Brad showed how identify high risk components from a group of possible parameters.
During the meeting we polled the group for topics of interest.
These ideas came to the top and are listed in no particular order
Reliability: predictive modeling with censored data
Customer survey data
Basic topics to get started
How to use JMP more efficiently
Tips Tricks and Shortcuts
How to collaborate
JMP and Excel
Working with real life data
Forecasting, communicating results
Exploring data, using data for better decisions
Combining data sets
Connecting to data, SQL, ODBC
Using data from historian databases
Formulas and formatting data
Cleaning data for analysis
Getting into JSL
Automating reporting, Scripting analysis
Automating data processing