JMP

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Overview:
JMP combines powerful statistics with dynamic graphics, in memory and on the desktop. Its interactive and visual paradigm enables JMP to reveal insights that are impossible to gain from raw tables of numbers or static graphs.

    Note: The license term for JMP and JMP Pro volume license period are from August 1st through June 30 of the following calendar year. Licenses are valid through the end of the current license period regardless of the purchase date.

How to get the Software:
UWM faculty, staff and students can purchase JMP from the SoftwareShop.

For Faculty and Staff:
Once faculty or staff complete an order, a notification is sent to their department’s IT support technician who will assist with installation. The technician will contact the buyer with instructions–how to obtain the software.

  • Home Use: The home use version of JMP can be purchased from the SoftwareShop (from the “Home Use” category). Once the transaction is complete, an email with a link to a resource where the software can be downloaded is issued.

For Students:
When a student places an order and the transaction is complete, an email with a link to a resource where the software can be downloaded is sent.


JMP FAQs:

  • How do I install JMP for Windows (Home Use and Student Use)?
    Note: These instructions are for the latest release of JMP. Installation of previous version is identical, except for the names of the files. The files are located in the same locations in their respective installer.

    1. After you have finished downloading, right-click the downloaded file (zip file) and select Extract Files. You will be prompted to select a location to put the files. We recommend that you create a new folder in your Desktop for this purpose.
    2. After the have been extracted, go to that folder. You should see a folder called JMP.
    3. Open the JMP folder. Find the application setup.exe and double-click.
    4. The installer should now run. You will be prompted for a few options during the installation. We recommend that you accept the default values for all options.
    5. After the installer finishes, you should now see a shortcut to JMP Pro 11 on your desktop. Double-click that shortcut.
    6. The first time you run JMP, it will need to be told the location of a current license file. Click the Browse button and navigate to the License file folder folder. Inside the License file folder contains the license file. Click Open.
    7. JMP should now run normally.
  • How do I install JMP for Macintosh (Home Use and Student Use)?
    Note: These instructions are for the latest release of JMP. Installation of previous version is identical, except for the names of the files. The files are located in the same locations in their respective installer.

    1. After you have finished downloading, double-click the downloaded file (zip file) to Extract Files (JMP folder). We recommended that you copy the Extract file (JMP folder) to your Desktop before installing the software.
    2. Open the JMP folder. Find the installer (in .dmg format) and double-click.
    3. A virtual disk should appear on your desktop. That disk should contain a JMP installer application.
    4. Double-click the installer. You may be prompted for your Mac Administrator password to install the software. While the installer runs, you may be prompted to select options. We recommend that you accept the default values for all options.
    5. After the installer finishes, you should find a JMP application in your Applications folder. Double-click the application to start JMP.
    6. The first time you run JMP, it will need to be told the location of a current license file. Click the Browse button and navigate to the License file folder folder. Inside the License file folder contains the license file. Click Open.
    7. JMP should now run normally.
  • How do I renew my license?
    The only way to renewal JMP is to repurchase JMP from the SoftwareShop before the license expired at the end of the license term. The SoftwareShop will only be selling the newest version of any Software.

    The Software Asset Management office does support 2 version back of most of the software. If you are planning to renew an older version of JMP, please make a note of in the customer note box. The customer note box is located in the check our page (please see image below).
    CustomerNoteBox

  • Is the software available on campus lab computers?
    Yes, JMP is available on in UWM computing labs. For lab locations and computer availability, visit the General Access Computer Labs web site.