Some Considerations for Using the Bootstrap Feature in JMP ® Pro Jason Brinkley, PhD, Senior Researcher, American Institutes for Research Since its introduction in JMP Pro 10, the single-click bootstrapping feature has been a useful and interestingly novel feature exclusive to JMP software. While the amount of output that can utilize the bootstrap feature is increasing, there has been little dialogue about the feature’s utility. Many view the bootstrap as a set of techniques by which one may perform statistical inference on difficult-to-work-with statistics. However, the bootstrap can be so much more than that. This talk will go through a series of examples across a wide range of JMP platforms to discuss the bootstrap’s use as an exploratory and validation tool. Examples will include the Multivariate, Fit Model and Distribution platforms. The goal will be to use the examples to illustrate how JMP Pro users can (and should) use the one-click bootstrap feature in their analyses for additional data exploration, as well as assessment of the stability of displayed results.
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Here are some map files that you can place inside your Map folder in JMP that will allow you to map North Carolina school districts. Info on school districts can be found at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/fbs/resources/leacharterlist.pdf Some of the charter, military, and Native American based groups are not covered. Some counties have more than one school district so having an LEA specific map can sometimes be a great help. Be sure to check the names file to see the appropriate format.
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