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Discovering JMP 11

Book Description

Discovering JMP 11 provides a basic introduction to using JMP. For new users of JMP, this is a great place to start. The book also includes details about importing your data into JMP, analyzing the data, and sharing the results.

Table of Contents

  1. Contents
  2. Introducing JMP
    1. Basic Concepts
    2. Concepts That You Should Know
    3. How Do I Get Started?
      1. Starting JMP
      2. Using Sample Data
    4. Understanding Data Tables
    5. Understanding the JMP Workflow
      1. Step 1: Launching a Platform and Viewing Results
      2. Step 2: Removing the Box Plot
      3. Step 3: Requesting Additional Output
      4. Step 4: Interacting with Platform Results
    6. How is JMP Different from Excel?
    7. How Do I Find Help?
  3. Working with Your Data
    1. Preparing Your Data for Graphing and Analyzing
    2. Getting Your Data into JMP
      1. Copying and Pasting Data
      2. Importing Data
      3. Transfer Data from Excel
        1. Set JMP Add In Preferences in Excel
        2. Transfer to JMP
      4. Entering Data
        1. Scenario
        2. Entering Data in a New Data Table
    3. Working with Data Tables
      1. Editing Data
        1. Changing Values
        2. Recoding Values
        3. Creating Patterned Data
      2. Selecting, Deselecting, and Finding Values
        1. Selecting and Deselecting Rows
        2. Selecting and Deselecting Columns
        3. Selecting and Deselecting Cells
        4. Searching for Values
      3. Viewing or Changing Column Information
      4. Calculating Values with Formulas
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Formula
      5. Filtering Data
    4. Managing Data
      1. Requesting Summary Statistics
        1. Summary
        2. Tabulate
      2. Creating Subsets
        1. Subsetting with the Subset Command
        2. Subsetting with the Distribution Platform
      3. Joining Data Tables
      4. Sorting Tables
  4. Visualizing Your Data
    1. Graphing Data
    2. Looking at Single Variables
      1. Histograms
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Histogram
        3. Interpreting the Histogram
        4. Interacting with the Histogram
      2. Bar Charts
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Bar Chart
        3. Interpreting the Bar Charts
        4. Interacting with the Bar Charts
    3. Comparing Multiple Variables
      1. Scatterplots
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Scatterplot
        3. Interpreting the Scatterplot
        4. Interacting with the Scatterplot
      2. Scatterplot Matrix
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Scatterplot Matrix
        3. Interpreting the Scatterplot Matrix
        4. Interacting with the Scatterplot Matrix
      3. Side-by-Side Box Plots
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Side-by-Side Box Plots
        3. Interpreting the Side-by-Side Box Plots
      4. Overlay Plots
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Overlay Plot of the Stock’s Price over Time
        3. Interpreting and Interacting with the Overlay Plot
        4. Creating the Overlay Plot of the Stock’s High and Low Prices
        5. Answering the Questions
      5. Variability Chart
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Variability Chart
        3. Interpreting the Variability Chart
      6. Graph Builder
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Graph
        3. Interpreting the Graph
      7. Bubble Plots
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Bubble Plot
        3. Interpreting the Bubble Plot
        4. Interacting with the Bubble Plot
  5. Analyzing Your Data
    1. Distributions, Relationships, and Models
    2. About This Chapter
    3. The Importance of Graphing Your Data
    4. Understanding Modeling Types
      1. Example: Modeling Type Results
      2. Changing the Modeling Type
    5. Analyzing Distributions
      1. Distributions of Continuous Variables
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Histogram
        3. Interpreting the Distribution Results
        4. Drawing Conclusions
        5. Testing Conclusions
        6. Interpreting the t-Test
      2. Distributions of Categorical Variables
        1. Scenario
        2. Creating the Distribution
        3. Interpreting the Distribution Results
        4. Interacting with the Distribution Results
    6. Analyzing Relationships
      1. Using Regression with One Predictor
        1. Scenario
        2. Discovering the Relationship
        3. Fitting the Regression Model
        4. Predicting Average Sales
      2. Comparing Averages for One Variable
        1. Scenario
        2. Discovering the Relationship
        3. Interpreting the Results
        4. Performing the T-test
      3. Comparing Proportions
        1. Scenario
        2. Discovering the Relationship
        3. Interpreting the Results
        4. Interpreting the Test
      4. Comparing Averages for Multiple Variables
        1. Scenario
        2. Discovering the Relationship
        3. Quantifying the Relationship
        4. Using Effect Tests
      5. Using Regression with Multiple Predictors
        1. Scenario
        2. Discovering the Relationship
        3. Building the Multiple Regression Model
        4. Using the Actual by Predicted Plot
        5. Interpreting the Parameter Estimates
        6. Using the Prediction Profiler
        7. Conclusion
  6. Saving and Sharing Your Work
    1. Saving and Recreating Results
    2. Saving Platform Results in Journals
      1. Example: Creating a Journal
      2. Adding Additional Analyses
    3. Creating Projects
      1. Example: Creating a Project
    4. Using Scripts
      1. Example: Saving and Running a Script
      2. About Scripts and JSL
    5. Creating Adobe Flash Versions of the Profiler, Bubble Plot, or Distribution Platforms
      1. Example: Saving an Adobe Flash Version of a Bubble Plot
  7. Special Features
    1. Automatic Updating and Integrating with SAS
    2. Automatically Updating Analyses and Graphs
      1. Example: Using Automatic Recalc
    3. Changing Preferences
      1. Example: Changing Preferences
    4. Integrating JMP and SAS
      1. Example: Creating SAS Code
      2. Example: Submitting SAS Code
  8. Index
    1. Discovering JMP
    2. A
    3. B
    4. C
    5. D
    6. E
    7. F
    8. G
    9. H
    10. I
    11. J
    12. L
    13. M
    14. N
    15. O
    16. P
    17. Q
    18. R
    19. S
    20. T
    21. V
    22. W-Z