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JMP statistical discovery software from SAS is the tool of choice for scientists and other data explorers.
JMP combines powerful statistics with dynamic graphics, in memory and on the desktop. Interactive and visual, JMP reveals insights that raw tables of numbers or static graphs tend to hide.
Because everything is linked – the graphics, statistics and data – JMP encourages you to dig deeper and ask more questions, improving your chance of making breakthrough discoveries in your data. With JMP, analyses unfold, driven by what the data reveals at each step. You can explore your data without leaving the analysis flow or having to rerun commands as new questions arise.
JMP brings your data analysis to a whole new level, letting you tackle routine and difficult statistical problems more easily and communicate your findings more effectively.
JMP features include data acquisition, cleanup, visualization, and statistical modeling, as well as basic, what-if and reliability analysis. JMP includes automation and scripting tools. And, of course, JMP integrates seamlessly with SAS, as well as R and MATLAB.
JMP and JMP Pro are available.
Teaching & Research
Licensee may only use SAS JMP for Teaching & non-commercial academic Research. The software may only be used by users involved in research, teaching and learning activities under the authority of UMB. Teaching purposes shall be limited to classroom instruction and coursework directly related to UMB’s post-secondary degree requirements, including students enrolled at UMB in both on and off-site coursework. Teaching & Research (T & R) use also includes formulation of theses and dissertations. Research work is funded by the University or through a grant to the University.
a. Research sponsored by for-profit entities and not under the direct control of UMB does not qualify for academic use. If research is funded by a Corporate/Government agency for the benefit of that entity, that research does not qualify for Academic license.
b. Administrative use is limited to activities associated with Customer’s business operations as an academic institution. Use in the administration of the university’s operations does not qualify for academic T&R use.
Please contact email@example.com for details on Administrative Use of SAS JMP, including pricing.
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