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Discovering JMP 13

Book Description

Discovering JMP 13 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. Learn about JMP
    1. Documentation and Additional Resources
    2. Formatting Conventions
    3. JMP Documentation
      1. JMP Documentation Library
      2. JMP Help
    4. Additional Resources for Learning JMP
      1. Tutorials
      2. Sample Data Tables
      3. Learn about Statistical and JSL Terms
      4. Learn JMP Tips and Tricks
      5. Tooltips
      6. JMP User Community
      7. JMPer Cable
      8. JMP Books by Users
      9. The JMP Starter Window
    5. Technical Support
  3. 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?
  4. Work with Your Data
    1. Prepare Your Data for Graphing and Analyzing
    2. Get Your Data into JMP
      1. Copy and Paste Data
      2. Import Data
      3. Enter Data
        1. Scenario
        2. Enter Data in a New Data Table
      4. Transfer Data from Excel
        1. Set JMP Add In Preferences in Excel
        2. Transfer to JMP
    3. Work with Data Tables
      1. Edit Data
        1. Change Values
        2. Recode Values
        3. Create Patterned Data
      2. Select, Deselect, and Find Values
        1. Select and Deselect Rows
        2. Select and Deselect Columns
        3. Select and Deselect Cells
        4. Search for Values
      3. View or Change Column Information
      4. Calculate Values with Formulas
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Formula
      5. Filter Data
    4. Manage Data
      1. View Summary Statistics
        1. Summary
        2. Tabulate
      2. Create Subsets
        1. Subset with the Subset Command
        2. Subset with the Distribution Platform
      3. Join Data Tables
      4. Sort Tables
  5. Visualize Your Data
    1. Common Graphs
    2. Analyze Single Variables
      1. Histograms
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Histogram
        3. Interpret the Histogram
        4. Interact with the Histogram
      2. Bar Charts
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Bar Chart
        3. Interpret the Bar Charts
        4. Interact with the Bar Charts
    3. Compare Multiple Variables
      1. Scatterplots
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Scatterplot
        3. Interpret the Scatterplot
        4. Interact with the Scatterplot
      2. Scatterplot Matrix
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Scatterplot Matrix
        3. Interpret the Scatterplot Matrix
        4. Interact with the Scatterplot Matrix
      3. Side-by-Side Box Plots
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Side-by-Side Box Plots
        3. Interpret the Side-by-Side Box Plots
      4. Overlay Plots
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Overlay Plot of the Stock’s Price over Time
        3. Interpret and Interact with the Overlay Plot
        4. Create the Overlay Plot of the Stock’s High and Low Prices
        5. Answer the Questions
      5. Variability Chart
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Variability Chart
        3. Interpret the Variability Chart
      6. Graph Builder
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Graph
        3. Interpret the Graph
      7. Bubble Plots
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Bubble Plot
        3. Interpret the Bubble Plot
        4. Interact with the Bubble Plot
  6. Analyze Your Data
    1. Distributions, Relationships, and Models
    2. About This Chapter
    3. The Importance of Graphing Your Data
    4. Understand Modeling Types
      1. Example of Viewing Modeling Type Results
      2. Change the Modeling Type
    5. Analyze Distributions
      1. Distributions of Continuous Variables
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Histogram
        3. Interpret the Distribution Results
        4. Draw Conclusions
        5. Test Conclusions
        6. Interpret the t-Test
      2. Distributions of Categorical Variables
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Distribution
        3. Interpret the Distribution Results
        4. Interact with the Distribution Results
    6. Analyze Relationships
      1. Use Regression with One Predictor
        1. Scenario
        2. Discover the Relationship
        3. Fit the Regression Model
        4. Predict Average Sales
        5. Interpret the Results
        6. Draw Conclusions
      2. Compare Averages for One Variable
        1. Scenario
        2. Discover the Relationship
        3. Interpret the Results
        4. Perform the T-test
        5. Draw Conclusions
      3. Compare Proportions
        1. Scenario
        2. Discover the Relationship
        3. Interpret the Results
        4. Interpret the Test
      4. Compare Averages for Multiple Variables
        1. Scenario
        2. Discover the Relationship
        3. Quantify the Relationship
        4. View Effect Tests
        5. Draw Conclusions
      5. Use Regression with Multiple Predictors
        1. Scenario
        2. Discover the Relationship
        3. Build the Multiple Regression Model
        4. View the Actual by Predicted Plot
        5. Interpret the Parameter Estimates
        6. Use the Prediction Profiler
        7. Draw Conclusions
  7. The Big Picture
    1. Exploring Data in Multiple Platforms
    2. Before You Begin
    3. Explore Data in Multiple Platforms
      1. Analyze Distributions
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Distributions
        3. Interpret the Results
        4. Draw Conclusions
      2. Analyze Patterns and Relationships
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Multivariate Report
        3. Interpret the Results
        4. Draw Conclusions
      3. Analyze Similar Values
        1. Scenario
        2. Create the Hierarchical Cluster Graph
        3. Interpret the Results
        4. Draw Conclusions
  8. Save and Share Your Work
    1. Save and Re-create Results
    2. Save Platform Results in Journals
      1. Example of Creating a Journal
      2. Add Analyses to a Journal
    3. Create Projects
      1. Example of Creating a Project
    4. Save and Run Scripts
      1. Example of Saving and Running a Script
      2. About Scripts and JSL
    5. Save Reports as Interactive HTML
      1. Interactive HTML Contains Data
      2. Example of Creating Interactive HTML
    6. Save a Report as a PowerPoint Presentation
    7. Create Adobe Flash Versions of the Profiler, Bubble Plot, or Distribution Platforms
      1. Example of Saving an Adobe Flash Version of a Bubble Plot
    8. Create Dashboards
      1. Example of Combining Windows
      2. Example of Creating a Dashboard with Two Reports
      3. Save the Dashboard as an Add-In
  9. Special Features
    1. Automatic Analysis Updates and SAS Integration
    2. Automatically Update Analyses and Graphs
      1. Example of Using Automatic Recalc
    3. Change Preferences
      1. Example of Changing Preferences
    4. Integrate JMP and SAS
      1. Example of Creating SAS Code
      2. Example of Submitting SAS Code
  10. Index
    1. Discovering JMP