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Data is everywhere in organizations, and it’s growing and becoming increasingly difficult to manage. Every day, businesses deal with the consequences of this challenge – missed opportunities to reduce expenses and increase profits. Attempts to understand data through reports that show just text and numbers are ineffective and disappointing. Although static graphs have dominated reports and presentations for years, they offer only limited insight. In contrast, dynamic graphs you can interact with enable you to quickly navigate your data and spot trends and patterns that lead to cost cuts or profit opportunities.

To influence decision makers, information must not only be clear and concise, but also compelling. Convincing evidence that stirs emotions shapes decisions. Using dynamic graphs that reveal the story behind your data allows you to better convey findings and spur decision makers to take timely action.

Because resources are scarce and expensive, making ill-informed decisions is always costly and is often irrevocable. What-if analysis and scenario planning with JMP help you visualize and explore potential outcomes before you commit time and resources in your business, rather than simply hoping for the best.

You can add maps to all relevant JMP graphs. Use high-quality maps built in to JMP, or use your favorite Web Map Service to get custom map images on the fly. And you can go beyond geographic mapping in JMP: Add your own shapes, such as for a manufacturing plant, office building or retail stor

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