On any given month, several million visitors come to the SAS web – whether it’s www.sas.com, support.sas.com, blogs.sas.com or communities.sas.com. The one thing that these millions of visitors have in common is that they came to the SAS web with a task. Those tasks are varied, but they’re all looking [...]
For the fifth consecutive year, JMP is sponsoring AP Statistics teacher workshops during the summer break. These workshops are designed for those who want to employ data analysis software in their AP Stat course and who have taught the course at least twice. Two sessions are offered this summer, at […]
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Both academically and professionally, more courses are being offered and developed to make more people comfortable with data, analysis and risk assessment. This necessitates some use of statistics, and software is pretty much a tool of the trade. Software — some new, some enhanced, some commercial and some open source […]
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If you are an instructor who teaches large-enrollment introductory statistics courses and wishes to teach a modern data-driven course, read on. You know about the challenges of assessing student mastery in courses where there are hundreds – or even thousands! – of students and little or no support for grading […]
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Just days after the baseball season has started, two 10th-graders from a public high school in Delaware and their math teacher are headed to Furman University for the Carolinas Sports Analytics Meeting on Saturday. The students, Umar Khan and Tyler Schanzenbach, both 15 years old, are presenting a poster on […]
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Ask any user how they first learned JMP, and there’s a good chance that they’ll cite JMP Essentials – An Illustrated Step-by-Step Guide for New Users as a resource they relied on. Authors Curt Hinrichs and Chuck Boiler have written a second edition of this very popular book that promises […]
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Whether you teach introductory statistics courses in engineering, economics or natural sciences, or master courses on applied statistics or probability theory, you’ll want to consider using a new book: “Statistics with JMP: Graphs, Descriptive Statistics and Probability” by Peter Goos and David Meintrup. Unlike other comparable books, it covers all levels […]
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“I love being able to tell my students that if they learn JMP, it will be a skill they can put on their resume that will set them apart from other applicants.” -- Mary Ann Shifflet, Professor, Romain College of Business, University of Southern Indiana Beyond Spreadsheets is a blog […]
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“I want my students focusing on statistical methods, not on software.” -- Bruce McCullough, Professor, LeBow College of Business, Drexel University Beyond Spreadsheets is a blog series that highlights how JMP customers are augmenting their tools and processes for exploratory data analysis to make breakthrough discoveries. We talk with JMP […]
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Introductory Statistics is notorious for being one of the least popular courses required for graduation. Fortunately, modern approaches to teaching statistics are changing the perceptions and popularity of statistics for the better. These approaches are largely driven by data, rather than mathematics, and the modern data-driven interface of JMP is […]
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