Agenda

On-Demand Sessions

Papers and Posters

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  • Twenty-four paper presentations will be streamed live during Discovery Summit. See the specific dates and times below. Presenters will be available for questions while these recordings are streaming.
  • Poster presenters will be on-hand live on Friday, 12 March at 14:00 GMT (15:00 CET) to answer questions.

Live Sessions

Monday, 8 March

11:30-14:30 GMT | 12:30-15:30 CET

Tuesday, 9 March

10:00-11:00 GMT | 11:00-12:00 CET

Getting Started with JMP

Massimo Martucci, Sr. Systems Engineer, JMP

If you're new to JMP, this interactive session will introduce you to JMP and offer you the chance to have your questions answered live.

10:30-11:15 GMT | 11:30-12:15 CET

Yoga

What’s the best way to prepare your mind and body for being open to a week of learning and growing? That would be yoga! Whether you’re already warmed up or just getting started for the day, you’ll want to join us for this JMP-led live yoga session.

11:30-12:45 GMT | 12:30-13:45 CET

Plenary Session
Thanks for the Memory

John Sall, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President, SAS

JMP has always liked remembering things about your data, but with JMP 16, remembering the actions you take becomes very empowering, helping your scripts repeat those same actions on the next set of data automatically. With JMP 16, there are many more features you will find memorable.

13:00-15:45 GMT | 14:00-16:45 CET

Paper Presentations

Watch papers online with the author and other Discovery attendees. No need to wait until the end to get your questions answered; you can comment in real time, ask the presenters questions, and applaud the parts that make you go “wow.”

13:00-16:00 GMT | 14:00-17:00 CET

Discovery Expo

What do all data explorers have in common? Curiosity! We say, bring it on! Join us in the Expo for Meet-the-Developer opportunities, Birds-of-a Feather sessions, chances to vote for your favorite papers and posters, talk to Tech Support, browse books, and more.

16:00-17:00 GMT | 17:00-18:00 CET

Social: Welcome One and All

We take pride in knowing that first-time Discovery attendees have been heard to exclaim wonderful things about how welcome they felt from the moment they entered the conference. Join us for a social hour designed to show first-timers just how warm and welcoming this community can be. And, if you’re a conference veteran, plan to re-connect with fellow data explorers from years past. Either way, you’re guaranteed to meet people of interest as we randomly move you from Zoom room to Zoom room. To make this a proper after-hours social, feel free to un-cork your favorite wine or pour a pint of something delicious.

Wednesday, 10 March

10:00-11:00 GMT | 11:00-12:00 CET

Getting Started with JMP

Hadley Myers, Systems Engineer, JMP

If you're new to JMP, this interactive session will introduce you to JMP and offer you the chance to have your questions answered live.

10:00-11:00 GMT | 11:00-12:00 CET

Fun Run

Running is always more fun when you do it with a friend. And it's often more competitive when you do it with a co-worker. Whether you're in it to win it or just to enjoy a jog, join the Discovery Fun Run.

11:30-12:45 GMT | 12:30-13:45 CET

Plenary Session
Data Viz: Discovery to Communication

Evanthia Dimara, Assistant Professor of Data Visualization, Utrecht University

Xan Gregg, Director, Research & Development, JMP

Maarten Lambrechts, Data Journalist & Visualization Consultant

Moderator: Malcolm Moore, European Technical Manager, JMP

“Data viz” is both a buzzword and a broad term; it encompasses so much, yet says so little. This conversation will go much deeper than surface-level graphs, as it explores the tension between presentation graphics and every aspect of discovery graphics, which encompasses data cleaning, pattern identification, confirmation of key findings, and communicating and exploiting new understanding. It will address the power of interactive graphs. It will look at nonstandard visualizations. It will demonstrate how to communicate with statistically illiterate audiences. And it may even cover visual uncertainty. Come prepared to introduce your own topics and ask questions of our data visualization experts.

13:00-15:45 GMT | 14:00-16:45 CET

Paper Presentations

Watch papers online with the author and other Discovery attendees. No need to wait until the end to get your questions answered; you can comment in real time, ask the presenters questions, and applaud the parts that make you go “wow.”

13:00-16:00 GMT | 14:00-17:00 CET

Discovery Expo

What do all data explorers have in common? Curiosity! We say, bring it on! Join us in the Expo for Meet-the-Developer opportunities, Birds-of-a Feather sessions, chances to vote for your favorite papers and posters, talk to Tech Support, browse books, and more.

16:00-17:00 GMT | 17:00-18:00 CET

Social

In this after-hours social, we’re creating a forum for you to meet some of the statistical stars from the new issue of JMP Foreword – and, just for fun, a few from earlier editions of the magazine too. Here’s how it works: Join the social, pick whichever Zoom room looks interesting, carry on a conversation with the VIP or simply listen in, and then move on to another room when you’re ready.

Thursday, 11 March

10:00-11:00 GMT | 11:00-12:00 CET

Getting Started with JMP

Phil Kay, Learning Manager, JMP

If you're new to JMP, this interactive session will introduce you to JMP and offer you the chance to have your questions answered live.

10:00-11:00 GMT | 11:00-12:00 CET

Bike Ride

Put on your most colorful cycle gear and hop on your two-wheeler. If you’ve got a JMP cycling outfit, wear that! What a fun way to warm up for an awesome day of learning!

11:30-12:45 GMT | 12:30-13:45 CET

Plenary Session
Dark Data and Invisible Women

Caroline Criado Perez, Author, Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men

David Hand, Author, Dark Data: Why What You Don’t Know Matters

Moderator: Anne Milley, Principal Product Marketing Manager, JMP

If these names are familiar, it’s because both Caroline Criado Perez and David Hand have keynoted previous Discovery Summits. Their talks were so well received – and their topics so complementary – that we just had to ask them back for a discussion about overlooked, uncollected data and the decisions that are made in the dark. This timely conversation will cover real-life, relatable examples. Log on and be ready to pose your own queries about dark and invisible data.

13:00-15:45 GMT | 14:00-16:45 CET

Paper Presentations

Watch papers online with the author and other Discovery attendees. No need to wait until the end to get your questions answered; you can comment in real time, ask the presenters questions, and applaud the parts that make you go “wow.”

13:00-16:00 GMT | 14:00-17:00 CET

Discovery Expo

What do all data explorers have in common? Curiosity! We say, bring it on! Join us in the Expo for Meet-the-Developer opportunities, Birds-of-a Feather sessions, chances to vote for your favorite papers and posters, talk to Tech Support, browse books, and more.

16:00-17:00 GMT | 17:00-18:00 CET

Social

We’re devoting this social hour to linking JMP users by geography or by industry, so that connections can be more than surface deep. In fact, we hope to create and strengthen bonds between users who have common languages, common regions and perhaps common problems. Pull up a chair, pour a glass of your favorite beverage, and move from Zoom room to Zoom room to see where you best belong. Current and past users group members are welcome, but previous users group participation is not required.

Friday, 12 March

10:00-11:00 GMT | 11:00-12:00 CET

Getting Started with JMP

Valerie Nedbal, Sr. Systems Engineer, JMP

If you're new to JMP, this interactive session will introduce you to JMP and offer you the chance to have your questions answered live.

11:00-11:15 GMT | 12:00-12:15 CET

Mindfulness Moment

Manuela Merkhofer, Inside Sales Account Representative, JMP

Whether you’re just starting your day, breaking for lunch, or maybe even finishing your workday, a meditation session will get you ready for whatever comes next.

11:30-12:45 GMT | 12:30-13:45 CET

Plenary Session
Moonshots and Dream States

Richard Wiseman, Author of Shoot for the Moon, Night School, The Luck Factor and more best-selling books

Last time Richard Wiseman keynoted a Discovery Summit, he had the audience in tears. Lucky for us, the tears were from laughter as Wiseman shared story after story of people who thought they were plagued by misfortune. This time, we’re bringing Wiseman to the “big stage” to talk about other psychological topics, such as the science of success, collaboration and creativity, and the mind-set it took to get humans to the moon. And then dive into a different kind of space: the mysteries of sleep, why it’s often elusive, and what our dreams really mean. Come prepared to explore thoughts big and little, and to bring the questions that keep you up at night.

13:00-15:45 GMT | 14:00-16:45 CET

Paper and Poster Presentations

Watch papers online with the author and other Discovery attendees. No need to wait until the end to get your questions answered; you can comment in real time, ask the presenters questions, and applaud the parts that make you go “wow.”

13:00-16:00 GMT | 14:00-17:00 CET

Discovery Expo

What do all data explorers have in common? Curiosity! We say, bring it on! Join us in the Expo for Meet-the-Developer opportunities, Birds-of-a Feather sessions, chances to vote for your favorite papers and posters, talk to Tech Support, browse books, and more.

14:00-15:15 GMT | 15:00-16:15 CET

Poster Presentations

Discovery Summit Posters have always been about sharing research, starting conversations and discussing conclusions. This session is no different. Come ready to interact with our presenters.

16:00-17:00 GMT | 17:00-18:00 CET

Social

No matter where in the world you are, there’s a good chance you’ll be a fan of chocolate chip cookies. But what makes one more appealing than another? That is the question! In this after-hours social, we’ll answer that as you vote on the cookie photos submitted by other Discovery attendees. Join us for a fun, informal, real-time designed experiment that will whet your appetite for statistical discovery – and, of course, for cookies. No: You don’t have to participate in the experiment if you don’t want to. Yes: You should plan to eat cookies during the social. See you there!

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