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JMP by SAS Institute

What is it? JMP is software for data management, analysis and visualization and it is commonly used in applications such as design of experiments, scientific research and quality control. It is particularly strong in visualizing data interactively, offering tools such as multiple linked graphs and 3D rotating scatterplots.The software consists of two products:JMP and JMP Pro.JMP Pro contains everything in JMP plus advanced techniques for predictive modeling, cross-validation, model comparison and one-click bootstrapping. A scripting language is also available in JMP and JMP Pro.

What can I use if for? Students, faculty, and staff can use JMPfor university-related academic (not administrative) purposes. Use that benefits outside organizations requires the purchase of a commercial license.

Where can I run it? JMP is made available at no additional charge to faculty, staff and students at UT Knoxville, UT Tullahoma and UT Memphis through their respective technology fees for installation on Windows and Mac computers. The download and installation instructions are at OIT’s download site. For UTK, JMP is also available on OIT’s Apps@UT server and on the computers in the OIT public computer labs. There is no simultaneous user limit for JMP.

How can I learn it? The JMP User Community web page provides Web Resources where you can watch on-demand webcasts, a Learning Library that includes guides, tutorials and demos and a JMP Discussion Forum where you can ask questions and share information about the JMP software.

Where can I get support? OIT offers Full Support for JMP. The JMP User Community web page also provides JMP Support Resources which include the JMP Knowledge Base, JMP FAQs on the JMP software features and how-to use JMP for various statistics, and a library of JMP documentation. SAS Institute offers free telephone support at (919) 677-8008, online support by submitting a SAS Technical Support Form located at and email support.

Updated 04/27/2016

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