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## Book Description

Discovering JMP 12 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.

1. Contents
3. Gallery of JMP Graphs
4. Learn about JMP
1. Documentation and Additional Resources
2. Formatting Conventions
3. JMP Documentation
4. Additional Resources for Learning JMP
5. Introducing JMP
1. Basic Concepts
2. Concepts That You Should Know
3. How Do I Get Started?
4. Understanding Data Tables
5. Understanding the JMP Workflow
6. How is JMP Different from Excel?
6. 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
4. Entering Data
3. Working with Data Tables
1. Editing Data
2. Selecting, Deselecting, and Finding Values
3. Viewing or Changing Column Information
4. Calculating Values with Formulas
5. Filtering Data
4. Managing Data
1. Requesting Summary Statistics
2. Creating Subsets
3. Joining Data Tables
4. Sorting Tables
7. Visualizing Your Data
1. Graphing Data
2. Looking at Single Variables
1. Histograms
2. Bar Charts
3. Comparing Multiple Variables
1. Scatterplots
2. Scatterplot Matrix
3. Side-by-Side Box Plots
4. Overlay Plots
5. Variability Chart
6. Graph Builder
7. Bubble Plots
8. Analyzing Your Data
1. Distributions, Relationships, and Models
3. The Importance of Graphing Your Data
4. Understanding Modeling Types
5. Analyzing Distributions
1. Distributions of Continuous Variables
2. Distributions of Categorical Variables
6. Analyzing Relationships
1. Using Regression with One Predictor
2. Comparing Averages for One Variable
3. Comparing Proportions
4. Comparing Averages for Multiple Variables
5. Using Regression with Multiple Predictors
9. Saving and Sharing Your Work
1. Saving and Re-creating Results
2. Saving Platform Results in Journals
3. Creating Projects
4. Using Scripts
5. Saving as Interactive HTML
1. Interactive HTML Contains Data
6. Saving as a PowerPoint Presentation
7. Creating Adobe Flash Versions of the Profiler, Bubble Plot, or Distribution Platforms
10. Special Features
1. Automatic Updating and Integrating with SAS
2. Automatically Updating Analyses and Graphs
3. Changing Preferences
4. Integrating JMP and SAS
11. Index