Two of these three data explorers traveled to North Carolina from Seoul to attend Discovery Summit 2018. Dedication!
Event Highlights From Discovery Summit 2018
Photos from the event
SAS Executive Vice President and co-founder John Sall opens his home to hundreds of his most dedicated customers.
It's not a welcome dinner without live music by Dulcimer Dan and his fellow musicians.
Making new friends and meeting with longtime colleagues is a hallmark of Discovery. And there's nothing like a porch swing for good conversation.
Smiles all around as Discovery attendees mix and mingle before the start of the general sessions on Wednesday.
This professional welcoming commitee is ready to greet you with a smile and a Southern accent tomorrow morning for the first of the general sessions. You'll find us in the SAS Executive Briefing Center.
Senior Research Statistician Developer Clay Barker, known for his approachable posts on the JMP Blog, leads a tutorial on the most flexible modeling platform that you're not using. Intrigued?
Books, books and more books! We hope you have extra room in your suitcase because SAS books abound.
The ever-animated Joseph Morgan plays to a packed tutorial session. Many attendees are interested in learning more about JSL straight from this Principal Research Statistician Developer.
SAS Education provides pre-conference training to those who want to take a deep dive on such topics as how build a complete JMP script or explore and analyze patterns in text data. Attendees interested in certification sit for testing on JMP scripting and design of experiments.
JMP is like family. Can you tell these two are happy to see each other? You'd think Stan Koprowski and Byron Wingerd didn't work right down the hall from one another.
Papers and e-posters
- 10 things John Sall thinks scientists and engineers should know about JMP® 14
- JMP Public is here — get ready to show off your data
- Announcing new online course: Statistical Thinking for Industrial Problem Solving
- Alberto Cairo on mastering the art of reading a chart
- Are you an introvert, and extrovert or an ambivert?