Mid Atlantic JMP Users Group (MAJUG) Winter Meeting (MAJUG) Winter Meeting – Thursday Jan 16th at 1:00 p.m. following the New in JMP 15 and Pro morning presentations at the SAS Arlington Training Center
Please join us for Rob Lievense’s presentation and application of experimental models created for quality by design, and Gail Massari’s presentation about JMP resources.
Agenda: 1. 1:00 Welcome 2. 1:05 Extracting Valuable Practical Information From Experimental Models Created for Quality by Design by Rob Lievense, JMP Senior Systems Engineer
Extracting Valuable Practical Information From Experimental Models Created for Quality by Design JMP DOE models can be used dynamically to provide stakeholders with reliable estimates of the quality performance for new products. The design and execution of structured, multivariate experiments allow scientists and engineers to efficiently define a robust design space for pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing. Models created through the DOE platform in JMP are used to determine settings of the critical process parameters (CPPs) that ensure a robust process to make products that meet the requirements for Critical Quality Attributes (CQAs). Regulatory submissions that include such QbD elements demonstrate that risks have been mitigated; however, a great deal of practical information can be extracted with simulations of the model. This presentation utilizes the experimental model with historical information and subject matter expertise to project the likely operational performance of a product. The DOE model Prediction Profiler is used with the simulator to dynamically predict a population of future results with patterns of real-world variation included in the inputs. This dynamic modeling is an excellent tool for setting manufacturing card limits determining a manufacturing control space defined with estimates of the percentage defects. The analyses allow for the inclusion of the measurement uncertainty as an added noise factor for the response.
3. 2:00 Mastering JMP and Community Resources by Gail Massari 4. 2:30 Q&A, Feedback, Future Events – Spring meeting planned for March 19th
To register contact MAJUG Co-Chairs by Tuesday January 14th via JMP community or via email: Josh Klick (klick.Joshua@bls.gov) or Melvin Alexander (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Received the following message when attempting to use the Local Data Filter List Display within GB script, and when attempting to script default Local Data Filter as a separate statement as described in example code below,
Interactive HTML: Controls are not interactive.
Interactive HTML: Unsupported display type: ListBoxBox
Are there consideration beyond the script below to interactively filter JMP output via html? Also- is there a point and click process within GB to capture the local filter and output html?
My goal is to create a output of 30+ graphs to link or to paste into a viewable word format. The wrap functionality does not appear feasible due to different Y-Axis mins/max across each of the graphs. Thanks- Josh
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Consumer price index formulas inherently contain assumptions about how consumers change their consumption patterns in response to price change. A measure of this change in consumption is referred to as elasticity of substitution. In this poster presentation I use JMP® Fit Y by X to estimate the elasticity of substitution parameter, which is a component of the Constant Elasticity of Substitution consumer price index formula. Additionally, I use the Local Data Filter > Check Box Display option to create multi-year pooled regressions. Joshua Klick, Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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