Calling All JMP® Authors
In September, I attended the JMP Discovery conference. It was filled with papers, workshops, and lots of JMP enthusiasts. The conference attendees wanted to look over our JMP titles, and they wanted us to carry a broader range of books about JMP. So I started a wish list for JMP books. These are the top topics for most folks. If you are interested in writing one of these JMP books, please contact me.
- Experimental designs
- Categorical data analysis
- Data profiling
- Time series forecasting
- Reliability analysis
- Advanced data mining
- Healthcare-specific books or examples
- Quality control
Seeking SAS® Simulation Studio Book Authors
SAS Simulation Studio is a graphical application for discrete event simulation, enabling users ranging from novice to expert to build, run, and analyze simulation models. Beyond what you’d find in most discrete event simulation software, SAS Simulation Studio provides versatile, state-of-the-art modeling capabilities and also integrates with both SAS and JMP for key analytical capabilities. Both SAS data sets and JMP tables can be used as input data to simulation models. And, both SAS and JMP can perform analysis on simulated data from SAS Simulation Studio. SAS Simulation Studio can also interface directly with JMP for automated experimental design and distribution fitting.
SAS Press is looking for authors who are as excited as we are about SAS Simulation Studio’s unique advantages and benefits. We’re especially interested in seeing a SAS Simulation Studio book that includes one or more of the following elements:
- Tour of the SAS Simulation Studio interface
- Step-by-step descriptions of how to build a range of models, from simple to complex
- Discussion of special topics including routing and preemption, data collection and saving, resource modeling (static vs. mobile), and terminating vs. steady-state systems
- Exploration of JMP and SAS integration points
- Examples of the use of SAS Simulation Studio with SAS and JMP to understand and improve
the performance of real-world systems
If you’re an interested potential author, please contact us.