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Exploring Data in JMP is a Course

Exploring Data in JMP

Ended Feb 12, 2020
2 credits

Full course description

Term: Spring 2020
Date: February 12th, 2020
Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Torgersen Hall 1120
Instructors: Kate Miller, Frances McCarty, & Jennifer Van Mullekom
Presented By: Statistical Analysis & Innovations Group (SAIG)

When it comes to analyzing data, it's important to look at many basic descriptors first. JMP is a great tool to use to view basic statistics and graphics for your data.

In this short course, we will cover how to:
• Import a dataset to JMP • Change variable types in JMP
• Know how to get descriptive statistics like mean, median and variance •
Plot histogram, boxplot, stem-and-leaf plot, normal quantile plot of a variable
• Create various graphs with Graph Builder
• Construct scatterplot and correlation matrices
Attend this course on February 12th, 2020 from 5:00pm-7:00pm in Torgersen 1120. No previous coding experience is required! Bring your laptop with JMP installed on your machine, which is available through the Virginia Tech Software Distribution service. If you already have JMP on your laptop, make sure it is the most up to date version. This course is jointly sponsored by the Statistical Application and Innovations Group (SAIG) and Networked Learning Initiatives (NLI).