JMP® 13 Installation Notes
Whether you’re an administrator for a multi-license site or are installing your own personal copy of JMP for the first time, welcome!
There are links to the right to ensure that your download goes smoothly. You should find everything you need to get JMP on your desktop. Be sure to take special note of the Registration link, as you’ll need to register to activate your free year of Technical Support.
And when you’re ready to start playing around with JMP, you’ll want to check out some of the links below. Statistician or student, novice or expert, you’ll find something that will help you make one discovery after another.
- Register to receive JMP newsletters
- Read the JMP Foreword
- Learn about key features in JMP 13, watch demos and view screenshots on the JMP home page.
JMP 13 Windows Installers Contain Both 32-bit and 64-bit Files
The JMP 13 and JMP Pro 13 annual license Windows installers contain the files needed to run in 32-bit mode and in 64-bit mode. The communication you receive from SAS may indicate 64-bit, but note that the installers contain both 32-bit and 64-bit.
Windows: On 32-bit PCs, the installer will only load 32-bit files. On 64-bit PCs, you will be prompted to install either 32-bit or 64-bit files.
Macintosh: The installer will load a binary with a 64-bit executable.
Deciding on whether to install 32-bit or 64-bit version
If you are installing JMP or JMP Pro on a 64-bit version of Windows operating system, you will be prompted to install either the 32-bit or 64-bit version of JMP. Please be aware of the following consequences when considering which version of JMP to install.
- Database ODBC drivers (such as MS Access, SQL Server, and Oracle) will need to have the matching 32-bit or 64-bit version of the ODBC driver installed, to match the bit version of JMP.
- JMP graphics performance degradation on older Intel processors with MMX technology. Installing JMP Pro 64-bit version will result in slower performance if your computer has an older Intel processor with MMX technology. This is due to the unavailability of 64-bit drivers for the Intel MMX processor.