Live/On-Demand Webinar

JMP® Statistical Discovery™ from SAS®

Register for this webinar for the opportunity to experience live the technology that progressive organizations use to see the big picture.
Start to develop SAS® skills that our customers are looking for in the workforce.

Monday 25th November • 12.30-1.30 pm

About the webinar

During this webinar, we use a study examining the effects of cholesterol on treatment and control groups to outline some of the statistical methods used in health and life sciences.

  • Distributions
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Linear Regression
  • Multivariate Regression
  • Sampling Plans

JMP® is interactive statistical discovery software from SAS® and used by scientists, analysts and engineers worldwide. JMP® software helps you to explore data visually to reveal insights and trends that static tables and graphs tend to hide. Find Academic Resources here.

Take this opportunity to experience live the technology used by organizations to explore and discover the big picture and start developing your own skills that our customers are looking for.

Who should attend?

  • Calling on statisticians, engineers, scientists, analysts and decision-makers of the future to peek at JMP® Statistical Discovery™ from SAS® in action!

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About the Expert

bass masri

Bass Masri - Systems Engineer, Australia and New Zealand

Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and PRINCE2 Project Management with over ten years as Principal Statistician in Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs. Bass holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a Masters in Applied Statistics from Macquarie University.

Bass has a strong passion for statistical techniques and more than twenty years of work experience in electrical engineering, applied science and process improvement.

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