JMP® Academic Licensing
The Academic Suite Annual License is ideal for classrooms, labs, distance learning and other educational settings. Whether the need is for an individual professor’s course(s) or lab, an entire department or across an entire campus, the Academic Suite license provides unlimited access to faculty and students.
Your university may have a license
Academic Suite License - Multi User
Provides access to JMP Pro for an unlimited number of academic users (including student and faculty home use) at a degree-granting institution. For use in individual or multi-user classrooms, labs, and research groups.
Includes JMP Pro* for Windows, Mac and JMP for the Cloud**, award-winning JMP technical support, free version upgrades, complimentary virtual and in-person*** training workshops and access to available JMP e-learning courses through the JMP User Community.
*JMP Clinical is also available upon request. **JMP for the Cloud requires a Windows server OS. ***In-person workshops must be requested 4-6 weeks in advance and subject to availability.
Student Subscription License
Single-user 12-month student license
This option is designed for courses at institutions without access to JMP Pro that is included with the Academic Suite license. JMP Student Subscription is less featured than JMP Pro and intended for student use in a course. It is available through OnTheHub.com/jmp and with select textbooks from major publishers.
Visit the JMP Student Subscriptions page for details, or see a listing of textbooks.
Ideal for coursework in a broad range of subjects, including introductory statistics, regression, linear models, design of experiments, quality control, reliability, multivariate analysis, predictive modeling and applied forecasting. JMP Pro includes also exact tests, GLMM, Mixed Models, bootstrapping, and advanced modeling techniques used in research methods, data mining, and predictive modeling courses.
JMP Student Subscription
JMP Student Subscription (formerly known as JMP Student Edition) is designed to meet the needs of introductory statistics courses offered at secondary and post-secondary academic institutions.