Since writing this post I have placed the associated code on the
JMP File Exchange …
The problem with the internet is that it gives you too much information, or rather, it takes too long to gather the information. I often cross reference hotel booking sites with TripAdvisor, and its a laborious process. So this evening I decided to streamline my process by writing a script to gather to user reviews into a JMP table and simple report.
In this post I will continue with my so-called hieroglyphics project. This project uses a set of image data that describes handwritten characters. The dataset is frequently used to evaluate machine-learning algorithms. I’m using the dataset to explore a variety of modelling techniques within JMP.
In my last post I used a script to incrementally add terms to my model so that I could explore the performance of the model with increasing complexity. But the order in which I added the terms was based on a heuristic and it wasn’t necessarily optimal. So in this post I want to explore using stepwise regression.
JMP is brilliant for real-time data capture. Add to that the ability to use JSL to construct “industrial” style user-interfaces and its easy to get JMP deployed in an environment that relies on simple to use robust data capture from online measurement systems.