JMP (pronounced "jump") is a computer program for statistics developed by the JMP business unit of SAS Institute. JMP software is focused on exploratory data analysis and visualization, whereby users investigate and explore data, rather than to confirm a hypothesis. Thus, It is designed for users to investigate data to learn something unexpected. JMP links statistical data to graphics representing them, so users can drill down or up to explore the data and various visual representations of it.

How to get JMP?

Please follow the instructions under JMP on to get the software and licence to install on your own computer. The Operating System requirements can be checked here: System Requirements

Note: If running MacOS 10.14 (Mojave), and JMP 13 please refer to:

License Renewal

Follow the login instructions on the downloads server,  then select the "Renew your Licence" tab. Here you can download a new licence file.

For more information and support you can visit JMP website.




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