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Practice JMP using these webinar videos and resources. We hold live Mastering JMP Zoom webinars with Q&A most Fridays at 2 pm US Eastern Time.See the list and register. Local-language live Zoom webinars occur in the UK, Western Europe and Asia. See your country site.

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Data Mining and Predictive Modeling



See how to:

  • Understand the manufacturing yield example used in the demo
  • Find patterns
    • Use Distribution to examine the relationship between variables and between variables and response
    • Use Graph Builder to examine all variables, use icon drag-and-drop to fit lines to data, turn on statistics like R square, change fit type interactively and add color to highlight key findings for others
  • Perform exploratory modeling
    • Use Multivariate Analysis to see if there is correlation between variables 
    • Examine Scatterplot Matrix and use Predictor Screening to find meaningful relationships
  • Deploy JMP Pro predictive modeling to handle non-normal responses and uncover potential overfitting
    • Use Generalized Regression to create model and randomly segment data into 3 sets: Training set estimates model parameters, Validation set assesses model's predictive ability by getting best or worse as terms are added, Test set is left out of model-building and gives the final, independent assessment of model predictive ability
    • Choose Distribution approach
    • Interactively create Validation column for cross-validation to avoid overfitting the model (overestimating predictive ability)
    • Screen for multiple models (new in JMP Pro 16) 
    • Use Bootstrap Forest and Boosted Trees (Decision Trees) 
    • Build a Neural Network model with 2 layers and enough nodes to describe relationship
    • Iteratively refine and rebuild best candidate models to improve predictability
    • Save model algorithms (score codes) to data table

Note: Q&A begins ~ Time 38:00.


The JMP Journal includes PowerPoint Slides, which are also attached as a .pptx file.  If you are interested in adding PowerPoint to your JMP Journals as slides, here are the instructions: To get slides into journal:


  1. Install Brady Brady’s Journal Text Sledgehammer add-in.
  2. Generate PowerPoint deck
  3. Save as .png (or other graphic format)
  4. Open JMP and select Journal Text Sledgehammer from the add-ins menu
  5. Click the tab for Utilities
  6. Click Slides to Journal
  7. Select folder with all slides that was automatically generated in 3 above
  8. Choose format (e.g., wide)
  9. Save Journal



Questions for the presenter?  Add a comment and mention Jason Higgins using @Jason_Wiggins.

Comments about the value of questions at the end?  Add comment for @gail_massari.


@Jason_Wiggins Hi Jason, great topic, I didn't see the video of the session here -- @gail_massari can you point to the video of Jason's presentation please ?

@John_K, the video is embedded in the post above. Are you not able to see it? 


@Jeff_Perkinson I see it now, thanks Jeff & Gail

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