What is JMP Pro?
JMP® Pro. Predictive analytics software that takes statistical discovery to the next level. Offers all the tools in JMP plus advanced features for more sophisticated analyses.
What is the current version of JMP?
As of July 2021, JMP® 16.1 is the latest version of JMP.
Can I get JMP for free?
Try JMP free for 30 days. Simply create a SAS profile and then embark on your own journey of dynamic statistical discovery. Use JMP statistical analysis software to visualize your data and make informed decisions quickly.
Who uses JMP Pro?
JMP is used in applications such as Six Sigma, quality control, and engineering, design of experiments, as well as for research in science, engineering, and social sciences. The software can be purchased in any of five configurations: JMP, JMP Pro, JMP Clinical, JMP Genomics and JMP Live.
How do I know if I have JMP Pro?
Look in the “About JMP…” window. You’ll find this window in the Help menu on Windows. If you see a Site ID, you’ve got an annual license. If you see a Serial Number, you have a subscription license.
Is JMP software good?
Overall: Overall JMP is a very good statistical tool in it features and functionalities. For statisticians who are involved in industrial applications, JMP is a option for them. JMP gives full control and flexibility over data manipulation and analysis.
How do I update JMP Pro?
When JMP is running, go to the JMP Updates pane in the Preferences panel and click the “Check Now” button. JMP will check for an available update and take you to the appropriate download.
What does JMP stand for?
JMP was developed in the mid- to late-1980s by John Sall and a team of developers to make use of the graphical user interface introduced by the Apple Macintosh. It originally stood for “John’s Macintosh Project” and was first released in October 1989.
Is JMP used in business?
The companies using JMP are most often found in United States and in the Higher Education industry. JMP is most often used by companies with >10000 employees and >1000M dollars in revenue. Our data for JMP usage goes back as far as 4 years and 8 months.