Creighton has a University-wide site license allowing JMP Pro to be installed on any Creighton-owned Mac or PC. Under the license, JMP Pro can also be installed on faculty-owned and student-owned Macs and PCs. The current Creighton license is for JMP Pro version 12 (Mac and PC). The license expires annually on June 30.
JMP Access on campus: JMP is installed in the computer classroom Harper 4010.
JMP is installed in the Mac/PC lab in Harper 4009 (next to the computer classroom).
JMP can be installed in any campus lab (ask the lab manager and/or DOIT).
Obtaining JMP for your computer:
You will then need to select Mac or Windows and login with your NetID to gain access to the system requirements, installation instructions, and the installer for JMP. Follow all instructions carefully or you will end up with an improperly licensed copy of JMP which will quit working just when you need it most (trust me).
If you have installation problems, please contact Terry Begley (Harper 4021).
I’ve created a few JMP Tutorial Videos that you may find useful if you have been in class when we’ve done these analyses together.
The JMP website has a growing collection of tutorials and one-page help sheets that you may find valuable as well. There are also links to webcasts (live and recorded) on doing various analyses in JMP.
JMP Graph Builder (iPad app)
If you have an iPad, you might want to download the JMP Graph Builder app.
If you don’t have an iPad, well, you should get one!
JMP Distribution Calculator Script / Add-In
You can install this script in JMP as an “add-in” by downloading this file and opening the file on your PC or Mac (JMP will ask if you want to install it – click YES – the script can then be launched from the Add-Ins menu in JMP). (Note: If the .jmpaddin file gives you trouble, try this file instead.)
Do NOT use the alternate method described below UNLESS the file above will not download and install properly!
Alternate Method: (if the file above will not download and install)
1. Launch JMP and select the File—>;Internet Open… command
2. Copy/paste this web address into the URL field of the Internet Open dialog:
(Note: Simply clicking this URL will NOT work.)
3. Choose “Text” from the “Open As” menu, then click OK.
(Note: You may need to select Edit—>;Run Script after Step 3.)