Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2008 07:48:35 -0800
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
Subject: Re: SAS vs JMP
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On Feb 21, 7:43 am, Shawn Haskell <shawn.hask...@ttu.edu> wrote:
> Dear SAS & JMP users,
> Some of you may know that JMP is also a product of the SAS Inc. I
> have downloaded a 30-day free trial of JMP - very sexy. What are it's
> regression limitations compared to SAS - if there are any? I searched
> the JMP help for "negative binomial" and came up empty. Does JMP have
> full capability of PROCs MIXED, NLMIXED, GLM, GENMOD, LOGISTIC, PHREG,
> etc? Or is it equivalent to using pulldowns in SAS Analyst? Thanks.
JMP does not have the full functionality of SAS in linear and non-
linear modelling. It does do a lot of things well though, and some
things that SAS STAT does not do at all. JMP has limited
implementation of the procs that you mention. It uses a different
parameterization for ANOVA models too.
I like the recursive partitioning in JMP and use it alot.