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A COMMUNITY OF jmp users

Welcome

 

The Mid-Atlantic JMP Users Group is comprised of users of JMP Software, the statistical discovery software from SAS.

 

Our membership includes individuals from Washington DC to Baltimore. We meet once every 3 months at a different location in order to better serve our geographically diverse membership.

 


Mid-Atlantic JMP Users Group (MAJUG) Winter Meeting
Location: SAS Office, 1530 Wilson Blvd. Suite 800, Arlington-Rosslyn, VA

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 from 1:30-4:30
AGENDA*:

1:30Registration
1:45 Welcome and Introduction 
2:00 Applying JMP®’s Imaging Analytic Tools to Target Cancer Tumors that Guides External Beam Radiation Therapy (Melvin Alexander, MAJUG Co-chair) 
2:25-2:30 Break
2:30-3:20 JMP 13 Overview (Tom Donnelly, JMP Systems Engineer)
3:20-3:30 Break
3:30-4:15 JMP 13 Text Explorer (Tom Donnelly, JMP Systems Engineer)
4:15-4:25Q&A, Discussion, and Feedback
4:30 Adjourn
* This schedule is subject to change without notice
MAJUG meeting will be located at the SAS Office, 1530 Wilson Blvd. (Suite 800), Arlington-Rosslyn, VA


Please reply to Joshua Klick at

by 12pm Wednesday January 4th  indicating whether you plan to attend in person or via WEBEX

 (A reminder email with instructions to access the meeting online will be sent to those who register by January 6, 2017). 
Bios:Tom Donnelly works as a Systems Engineer in the JMP® division of SAS®. A physicist by training, he has been actively using and teaching Design of Experiments (DOE) methods for the past 25 years to develop and optimize products, processes and technologies.
Donnelly joined JMP after working as an analyst for the Modeling, Simulation & Analysis Branch of the US Army’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. There, he used DOE to develop, test, and evaluate technologies for detection, protection and decontamination of chemical and biological agents.

Melvin Alexander is an Operations Research Analyst with the Social Security Administration (SSA) and Analytician at the University of Maryland’s Medical Center (UMMC). At SSA, he uses SAS® software to ensure proper payments go to eligible beneficiaries. At UMMC, he uses JMP® statistical analytics to help radiologists and neurosurgeons identify key factors that increase patient’s chances of surviving traumatic head, spinal cord, and abdominal injuries. He co-chairs the Mid-Atlantic JMP® Users Group (MAJUG) and is a section co-chair for the South East SAS Users Group (SESUG) 2017 Conference. He earned a master’s degree in Biostatistics from the University of North Carolina. He is an American Statistical Association member, an American Society for Quality (ASQ) Fellow and Certified Quality Engineer.

 

MAJUG – Winter Meeting 2017

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

2:00 pm  |  Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)  |  3.0 hrs

 

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