JMP is a software program used for statistical analysis. It is created by SAS Institute Inc. Unlike SAS (which is command-driven), JMP has a graphical user interface, and is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.
As of January 2017, Kent State uses JMP and JMP Pro versions 11, 12, and 13 on both Windows and Macintosh.
Kent State faculty and students have access to the full version of JMP at no charge. Go to software.kent.edu to download.
The following techniques are available only in JMP Pro (source). If you need any of the below techniques, you will need to use JMP Pro.
Kent State University maintains a university-wide site license for JMP. All currently-employed Faculty and Staff, as well as currently-enrolled Students are eligible. JMP is compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems.
Information Services currently distributes JMP 11, 12, and 13 software and licenses. JMP licenses must be renewed yearly. Most classes use JMP 11 as of Fall 2016. Please note that Mac OS X 10.12 and newer requires JMP 13.
Please submit a helpdesk ticket or contact your local desktop support person to receive a copy of the software.
Students, Faculty, and Staff can download JMP from software.kent.edu.
The SAS Institute provides useful tutorials for learning JMP software. You can access these tutorials by visiting the following links: