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ISBN 978-1-60764-190-2
Prerequisites For This Book
Computer and Operating System
Learning JMP Student Edition with its Documentation
Conventions Used in This Book
Starting JMP Student Edition
JMP Student Edition Toolbars
First Session
Where to Go from Here
About the Data
Launching the Platform
Using Histograms
Testing a Mean
Testing Probabilities
Annotating Results
The Modeling Type of Variables
Continuous Variable Graphs and Reports
Histogram Options
Normal Quantile Plots
Outlier Box Plot
Quantile Box Plots
Stem and Leaf Plots
CDF Plot
Fit Distribution
Categorical Variable Graphs and Reports
Statistical Tests
Testing a Standard Deviation
Testing Categorical Probabilities
Confidence Intervals
Saving Information
Whole-Platform Options
Capability Analysis
Computing a t-test
Pooled t test
Selecting and Marking Points
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Comparison Circles
Fitting Lines
Correlation Coefficient
Disclosure Icon
Two-Way Contingency Tables
Logistic Regression
The Formula Editor
Scatterplots—The Continuous by Continuous Case
The Summary of Fit Table
The Lack of Fit Table
Analysis of Variance Table
Parameter Estimates Table
Other Fitting Commands
One Way ANOVA—The Continuous by Categorical Case
Script Submenu
Contingency Analysis—The Categorical by Categorical Case
Logistic Regression—The Categorical by Continuous Case
The Whole Model Test Table
Platform Options
Preparing the Data
The Matched Pairs Launch Dialog
The Matched Pairs Scatterplot
Interpreting the Matched Pairs Plot
Setting Titles
Examining Results
Least Squares Means
Re-running an Analysis
Linear Contrasts
The Fit Model Dialog Box
Model Effects
Fitting Personalities
Emphasis Choices
Run Model
Fit Model Report Items
Regression Reports
Leverage Plots
Effect Details
Exploring the Estimates
Row Diagnostics
Save Commands
The Stepwise Window
Stepwise Regression Control Panel
Current Estimates Table
Step History Table
Make Model
All Possible Regressions
The Control Chart Launch Dialog
Process Information
Chart Type Information
Using Specified Statistics
Tailoring the Horizontal Axis
Display Options
Single Chart Options
Window Options
Tests for Special Causes
Western Electric Rules
Westgard Rules
Excluded, Hidden, and Deleted Samples
Shewhart Control Charts
Shewhart Control Charts for Variables
XBar-, R-, and S- Charts
Run Charts
Individual Measurement Charts
Shewhart Control Charts for Attributes
p- and np-Charts
Cumulative Sum (Cusum) Charts
Launch Options for Cusum Charts
Cusum Chart Options
The Time Series Platform
The Time Series Graph
Time Series Commands
Partial Autocorrelation
Number of Forecast Periods
Modeling Reports
Model Comparison Table
Model Summary Table
Forecast Plot
Iteration History
Model Report Options
Smoothing Models
Smoothing Model Dialog
Simple Exponential Smoothing
Double (Brown) Exponential Smoothing
Linear (Holt) Exponential Smoothing
Damped-Trend Linear Exponential Smoothing
Seasonal Exponential Smoothing
Winters Method (Additive)
Launch the Platform and Select Options
Correlations Multivariate
Inverse Correlations and Partial Correlations
Scatterplot Matrix
Covariance Matrix
Pairwise Correlations
Simple Statistics
Nonparametric Correlations
Computations and Statistical Details
Pearson Product-Moment Correlation
Nonparametric Measures of Association
Inverse Correlation Matrix
Using the Chart Platform
Using the Overlay Plot Platform
Importing Data
Importing Text Files
Importing Microsoft Excel Files
Results from Platforms
Single-Chart Options
Frame Options
Level Options
The Overlay Plot Platform
Making the Table
Creating a Screening Design
Entering Responses
Entering Factors
Choosing a Design
Displaying and Modifying the Design
Specifying Output Options
Viewing the Table
Continuing the Analysis
Continuing the Analysis, If Needed
Prospective Power Analysis
One-Sample and Two-Sample Means
Single-Sample Mean
Power and Sample Size Animation for a Single Sample
Two-Sample Means
k-Sample Means
One-Sample Variance
One-Sample and Two-Sample Proportions
Counts per Unit
Sigma Quality Level
•Sigma quality level
Technology License Notices
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