JMP Licensing Information

JMP licenses are renewed annually in April. The licenses are effective 15 April to 14 April each year.  Please plan accordingly for your department's need for JMP.

Please fill out the Google form, in order to renew or request a new license. You will need to log into the website with your UCSB NetID and password, in order to view and submit the form.

This software is the copyrighted property of SAS Institute Inc, and contains trade secrets of SAS Institute Inc. All title to the software remains with SAS Institute Inc. at all times.

Participants use the software for academic studies and/or research purposes only, and shall not use the software for any commercial or profit making purposes, or personal financial gain. If the license is discontinued, the user must destroy any copies of the software or be subject to disciplinary or legal action by UCSB and SAS Institute, Inc.

Undergrad students can purchase an academic student license directly from JMP.

There are two different versions of JMP: JMP and JMP Pro. Please be sure to chose one or the other, as they each have a different install code.

JMP is designed for dynamic data visualization and analytics on the desktop. Interactive, comprehensive, extensible, and highly visual, JMP includes capabilities for data access and processing; statistical analysis; design of experiments; multivariate analysis; quality and reliability analysis; scripting; graphing and charting; and more. Because JMP makes it easy to see and explore data, it helps you spot relationships and hidden trends, dig into areas of interest, and move in new directions. And it streamlines communication of your analysis results.

JMP Pro is the advanced analytics version of JMP statistical discovery software. It provides all the tools for visual data access and manipulation, interactivity, comprehensive analyses, and extensibility found in JMP. JMP Pro also offers predictive modeling with cross validation; advanced consumer research and reliability analysis; and modern statistical modeling and bootstrapping. JMP Pro can be used for data mining and for building predictive models that generalize well, especially when the volume of data is large or when data are messy or missing or include outliers.

Uses of JMP licenses must meet both of these tests:

User is one of the following:

  • UC employees
  • UC employed students
  • Short-term on-site Contractors performing work for UC

Hardware is one of the following:

  • located on Customer's premises which Customer identifies to the SAS lnstitute by type and CPU number (for servers)
  • hardware owned or leased by Customer or Customer's employees (for laptops/desktops/clients).
  • "Customer" is the Regents of the University of California.
  • Student owned computers may qualify while they are emplyed at UCSB. When leaving UCSB, users must remove JMP from their computer.