[BiO BB] Re: about JMP Genomics statistical platform (Martin Gollery)

Xiaowei JIANG xiaowei.jiang at msn.com
Sun Aug 6 12:59:14 EDT 2006

Hi Martin and fellows,

Thanks for your reply. Yeah, JMP is really a good tool that it can give you
a user friendly environment. Click and go style. Compared with SAS itself,
JMP is more popular for non-expert users (programming).

The point is We need to evaluate their three new modules, namely, JMP
Genetics, JMP Microarray,JMP Proteomics.

Do they really hear from the scientists who are working in the field? Or do
they really make a streamline tool which can work in a way as they stated?

Kind regards,
Xiaowei JIANG 

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Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 13:07:54 -0700
From: "Martin Gollery" <marty.gollery at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [BiO BB] about JMP Genomics statistical platform
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We have used JMP extensively, and find it very useful. the academic price is
quite reasonable. Unfortunately, I had to let my JMP expert go, due to a
lack of funding...


On 8/2/06, Xiaowei JIANG <xiaowei.jiang at msn.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Does anyone has the experience using JMP Genomics toolkit, if so, what 
> do you think of this environment specificly according to your experience?
> I am currently writing a case study report for this new platform.
> Thank you in advance.
> For more information please refer to
> http://www.jmp.com/software/genomics/index.shtml
> Best regards,
> Xiaowei JIANG
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> Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,Belgium ucs.kuleuven.be
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> MSc Bioinformatics, BEng Computer Science
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Martin Gollery
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Center For Bioinformatics
University of Nevada at Reno
Dept. of Biochemistry / MS330
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