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Ledi Trutna

Ledi Trutna

Current City: Austin, TX

BSE; Duke University

Languages spoken: English

Using JMP since 1996    Teaching JMP since 1996

Professional experience:
Ledi joined SAS in 2012 after 13 years as a consultant teaching statistics. Prior to consulting, she worked at AMD and Texas Instruments. While at Texas Instruments, she developed the catapult as a tool for teaching Design of Experiments and Statistical Process Control. She then shared that knowledge with others to get the catapult used in many types of classes. She has been using JMP since JMP 3 and loves teaching with the software. She has a bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering from Duke University.

Courses I teach include

JMP Software: ANOVA and Regression
JMP Software: Data Exploration
JMP Software: Custom Design of Experiments

What students are saying:

Ledi was a great instructor and did a fantastic job of presenting the material and answering questions. I really thought she was great and made the course a little more upbeat.
Ledi did a great job and was very personable! I felt very comfortable bringing my questions to Ledi and being an active, engaged learner.
I want to commend Ledi on her teaching capabilities. She was able to explain information or concepts that were new to me in a way that made sense. I feel confident that I can perform the various analyses offered in JMP. Excellent instructor!

What is the best part about teaching?
I love to show how much fun JMP software is to use.

Do you have any hobbies, favorite activities, or hidden talents?
Collecting (and drinking) red wine. We often host wine tasting parties to share our love of wine.

What is your favorite place or dream vacation destination?
Jackson, Wyoming

What are your favorite apps (iPhone, iPad, etc.)?
TripCase - I can email all my travel plans and it keeps track of all the logistics. My husband emails his also, so we can both see each others scheduled trips all in one app without searching thru emails.

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