SAS, the leader in business analytics software and services, celebrates the 20th anniversary of JMP statistical discovery software on Oct. 5.
Pronounced “jump,” JMP is exploratory data analysis and modeling software for the desktop. Designed to be interactive and easy to use, JMP makes data analysis and discoveries visual and helps users communicate their discoveries to others. JMP links graphs to each other and to data, enabling users to easily see trends, outliers and other patterns hidden in data.
“We premiered JMP 20 years ago with the mission to harness interactive graphics with statistical modeling. I am delighted to see the fruition of this product and the engagement of so many researchers to put this powerful combination to work,” said John Sall, co-founder and Executive Vice President of SAS. Sall is also the chief architect of JMP.
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