Data Analysis with JMP-IN? 4.0 / Edition 1by Thomas Johnson, Kenneth N. Berk, Kenneth N. Berk, Kenneth Berk
Pub. Date: 07/28/2000
Publisher: Cengage Learning
The book provides step-by-step instructions in enough detail to allow a user to turn to any section once they know the basics of the JMP® program and the brief form in which the instructions are written. Both the order of the topics and the presentation of this book are centered on the analysis of data. See more details below
The book provides step-by-step instructions in enough detail to allow a user to turn to any section once they know the basics of the JMP® program and the brief form in which the instructions are written. Both the order of the topics and the presentation of this book are centered on the analysis of data.
Table of Contents
1. Get Started. About JMP. What You Need to Know. Follow the Step List. Install and STart JMP. Have a Look. Report Your Results. Take a Quick Tour of JMP Starter. Exit JMP. 2. Data Sources, Types And Transformations. Data Basics. Open a Data Set in JMP Format. Data Table Panel Menus. Open a Data File in Text Format. Edit the Data. Create New Tables from Old. Open an Excel File. Enter Data Directly into JMP. Cut and Paste Data into JMP. Print the Data Table. Transfer a JMP Data Table to Another Program. Exchange Rows and Columns (Transpose). Exercises. 3. One Variable. Data Graphics and JMP. Explore with Distribution. Confirm with Distribution. Explore with Chart. Exercises. 4. Categories Of One Variable. Continuous Response Y. Categorical Response Y. Exercises. 5. Relate A Response To One Continuous Variable. Correlation. Simple Linear Regression: (Continuous Response Y with Continuous Factor X). Time Series (Time as the Factor X). Exercises. Note on the Smoothing Spline. 6. Relate A Continuous Response To Several Factors. Graphs. Multivariate. Multiple Regression with Standard Least Squares. Exercises. 7. Design Experiments. Categorical Effects Coded (+1, -1,0). Design Experiments with JMP. Full Factorial Screening Designs (Two Levels). Fractional Factorial Designs. Exercises. 8. More Analyses Using JMP In. Control Charts. Process Capability. Time Series. Mining Data with Stepwise Regression. Logistic Regression. Bootstrap Estimation. Exercises. Appendixes. Get JMP Results into Your Document: Tips and Hints. The JMP Calculator. Bibliography. Index.
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