I used JMP during my Graduate internship at Intel Corp. I worked in the Technology development Quality & Reliability Department under Manufacturing. JMP was and I'm sure it is still used extensively everyday in order to analyze high throughput data of reliability tests and be able to compute any type of statistic needed. The main business problem addressed is in being able to support the file access of huge csv data files of 5GB of data -- this is a challenge since no good product can do this except JMP only if the VM or laptop has enough RAM resources allocated. Thanks to JMP, daily tasks of statistical analysis were able to be performed. In addition, the command line utilities of JMP were used to customize outputs during batch script processes.
- Command line support: a great way to customize reports and analyze data
- Excellent and Fast statistical analysis: the algorithms used to compute stats are extremely fast and accurate.
- High-throughput file support: JMP has the capability and support to be able to analyze and compute statistics of files with huge amounts of data.
- Graphs: the graphs need to be more flexible for reporting.
- The saving of the graph images should have better support to export in different image extensions -- vector images would be great!
- The JMP tutorials are really helpful but there should be a greater library of video tutorials. Maybe the JMP community could contribute here?
- Definitely greater employee efficiency
- Ability to greater use statistical analysis and group data
- Excel,MS SharePoint / SQL
Well, JMP is excellent for statistical analysis. So, this product it is well used for statistical analysis and data analytics.
In essence, this is a solid product that has great support and also a good community to reach out to in case there are questions that need to be answered.