ENBIS traditionally offers pre and post conference courses and we are happy to transmigrate this tradition to an online post conference course by JMP.
The course will be held on Thursday September 16th 2021 from 15:00 to 17:00 (CEST).
This JMP workshop will focus on the basics of survival analysis. Survival analysis is used in many applied fields, and is sometimes called, or is closely related to: Reliability Analysis, Life Distribution Analysis, Life Testing, Degradation Analysis, Time-to-Event Analysis, and Analysis of Censored/Truncated Data. We will cover the underlying concepts of survival analysis, what censoring is and how to handle it, and modeling options including nonparametric, semi-parametric, and fully parametric with a variety of potential underlying distributions. Attendees who want to get some hands-on practice should have JMP or JMP Pro 16 pre-installed (optional, free trial at www.jmp.com/trial). Neither pre-knowledge in survival analysis nor experience in using JMP software will be required.
If you wish to attend please register using the button at the bottom of the page. Participation in the main conference is not neccesary to register for this workshop. Registration closes Thursday September 16th 2021, 15:00 (CEST).
The workshop will be held by Volker Kraft, JMP Academic Program.
Volker Kraft is Senior Academic Ambassador for JMP in Europe, fostering and supporting the use of JMP in teaching and research. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (University Bochum, Germany), and used statistical methods extensively in his research in psychoacoustics and speech communication. In later positions at Vodafone and Voxeo he developed a passion for customer advocacy, developing and supporting programmes to foster the effective use of software in business. Drawing on this experience and the success of JMP's Academic Program globally, Volker is charged with enabling teachers, faculty and students in Europe who are interested in JMP to get the most from the software.