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Which of my factors are important?

August 16, 2017
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This question has been asked repeatedly for decades by anyone facing a new system. That system might be a new product, a new piece of equipment, a new process, or anything really that is new and not well understood. Ultimately, you might need to change...
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You can write a script for that …

August 3, 2017
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When I first started teaching JMP classes for SAS Education 10 years ago, I sat in to observe a colleague teaching our introductory JMP data exploration course. The students had lots of questions about using JMP for their own projects, and were excited to learn about all the capabilities of

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Finding important predictors: Using your data to explain what’s going on

July 17, 2017
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St. Louis Union Station welcomed its first passenger train on Sept. 2, 1894 at 1:45 pm and became one of the largest and busiest passenger rail terminals in the world. Back in those days, the North American railroads widely used a system called Timetable and Train Order Operation to establish

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