Newest version of JMP® makes hard things easy
Customer-driven improvements make discovery faster and easier
CARY, NC (10 Sep. 2013) – JMP® statistical discovery software from SAS has customer-inspired advances that speed the pace of discovery, from data preparation to analysis to presentation. JMP Pro 11 offers new methods for advanced analytics, including mixed models, generalized regression and uplift modeling. JMP 11 and JMP Pro 11 will be released Sept. 10.
"We look forward to the new advances and continue to see JMP as a leading innovator on how statistics are used to make everyday life a little better," said Thomas J. Lange, Procter & Gamble's Director of Modeling and Simulation for Corporate R&D.
"One of the joys of new versions of software is that a number of things that used to be hard all of a sudden become easy. Several steps melt into one step. Stop-and-start becomes flow," said John Sall, co-founder and Executive Vice President of SAS and head of SAS' JMP business unit. Sall will launch JMP 11 via live webcast at 10 a.m. ET Sept. 10 from Discovery Summit 2013 in San Antonio.
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Customers love JMP 11 and JMP Pro 11:
"JMP is my go-to tool for on-the-fly data analysis. The Graph Builder keeps getting better, as I can now transform the data without leaving the platform. The vastly expanded Import options for Excel spreadsheets will make every analyst smile."
"One of the most exciting additions to
is the new Uplift Modeling platform. Last year, I built differential response models to determine which TripAdvisor business listing subscribers would have the greatest increase in probability to renew for a given amount of additional exposure. The Uplift platform lets me model this difference directly."
"The new features of JMP 11 make a great product even better. Missing data have always been a huge problem. With the informative missing option in JMP 11, it's easy to see how missing values impact the model and the predictions. Combining that with the variable importance tools in the Profiler puts the icing on the cake for model selection."
A fully functional 30-day trial of JMP is available free on the JMP website.
SAS created JMP in 1989 to empower scientists and engineers to explore data visually. Since then, JMP has grown from a single product into a family of statistical discovery tools, each one tailored to meet specific needs. John Sall, SAS co-founder and Executive Vice President, heads the JMP business unit.
JMP 11 has customer-inspired advances that speed the pace of discovery, from data preparation to analysis to presentation.