Georgia Z. Morgan
Georgia Z. Morgan is a statistician who retired from Intel Corporation after 29 years of support for semiconductor manufacturing and research. For seven years prior, she worked in the nuclear industry and university. Georgia has used and taught JMP since 1996 and JSL since 2000. A member of the American Statistical Association, she received a BA and an MS, both in mathematics, from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and an MS in statistics from Montana State University.
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JSL Companion: Applications of the JMP® Scripting Language, Second Edition
With more than 200 example scripts and applications, JSL Companion: Applications of the JMP® Scripting Language, Second Edition provides scripters with a resource that takes them beyond the basics of the JMP Scripting Language (JSL) and serves as a companion to writing applications. Avid JSL scripters Theresa L. Utlaut, Georgia Z. Morgan, and Kevin C. Anderson have tapped their expertise to write a task-oriented approach that allows readers to learn scripting by immersion.
JSL Companion: Applications of the JMP®
The book starts with an introduction that is suitable for someone who is just beginning to learn JSL. It quickly moves to importing and saving data, working with variables, modifying data tables, and working with JMP data structures.
*Replaced by a new edition, JSL Companion: Applications of the JMP® Scripting Language, Second Edition
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