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JMP 13

Overview

  • The University of Delaware has a campus-wide license for the statistical software  JMP Pro. JMP Pro is available for Windows (32- and 64-bit) and Mac OSX systems.
  • The software may be downloaded and used by UD undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff for research and instructional purposes only. It may be installed on UD-owned and personally owned systems.
  • The Dept. of Applied Economics and Statistics has paid the entire license fee for the 2016-2017 academic year. They have agreed to allow the rest of the UD community to use the software at no charge. In future years, other departments should consider cost-sharing the annual license fee to ensure continued access to the software.
  • If you find this software useful to your research and courses, please encourage your department chair or director to support next year’s cost-sharing arrangement. Contact researchcomputing@udel.edu for further information.
  • By downloading this software, you agree to use the JMP software for instructional and research use only and that you will not distribute JMP to others.
  • Note: This distribution includes SID (Activation) files with an expiration date of June 30, 2018.

Versions

  • JMP Pro - Statistical discovery software that contains everything in JMP, plus automated analytic techniques for data mining and predictive modeling.
Note: To update JMP or JMP Pro from version 12 to 13 follow the "Uninstalling JMP" instructions below.

Installation

Windows:
  1. Download the installer from the menu shown on the right.
  2. When prompted, click Run.
  3. If prompted to install .NET framework, allow this to happen.  This may take a while (5-6 minutes.)
  4. Accept the security warning for setup.exe if it appears.
    • Windows 7: If a message is displayed that it is not commonly downloaded, select Other Actions and then Run Anyway.
    • Windows 8/10:  If you get the "Windows protected your PC" message, select More info then Run Anyway
  5. On the JMP 13 screen and subsequent screens select Next and then Install.
  6. Click Finish to close the installation window.
  7. JMP 13 is now ready to run.
  8. NOTE: On some systems, JMP is not automatically activated, if this is the case, follow the instructions for Updating your JMP License below.
Macintosh OSX: NOTE: If reinstalling remove the old version first, see instructions below.
  1. Download the installer from the menu shown on the right.
  2. In the Downloads folder, open the file downloaded.
  3. Double-click the JMPPro-13-OSX.dmg  to open the disk image.
  4. Copy the license file SID file (JMP131_98...txt) to the desktop or some other easily accessible location for activation later.
  5. Double-click the  JMP Pro 13.pkg to start the installer.
  6. Click Install and accept defaults as appropriate.
  7. Click Quit to close the installation window.
  8. Activate JMP:
    • If this is a new installation:
      • Open JMP from the Applications folder.
      • In the "Provide your JMP License" window, select "Open License".
      • Select the SID file (JMP13_98....txt) copied in step 4 then click on "Choose".
      • (Optional) Enter an Administrator Name and Department.
      • Click OK.
    • If you have already installed a version of JMP:
      • From the File menu, select New > Script to open a script window.
      • Enter this line: renew license();
      • From the Edit menu, select Run Script.
      • In the resulting Renew Your JMP License window, click Open License.
      • Navigate to downloads folder, then to the unzipped JMP folder (JMPPro-13-OSX)
      • Select the SID file (JMP13_....txt) copied in step 4 then click on "Choose".
      • (Optional) Enter an Administrator Name and Department.
      • Click OK.
  9. Delete the downloaded .zip file and expanded folder from the Downloads folder.
  10. JMP 13 is now ready to run from the Applications folder.
  11. Note: The first time you run JMP you will be presented with a Preferences Screen.  Please be sure to scroll to the bottom and select "OK".  

Keeping JMP up-to-date

You should configure your software to check periodically for updates.
  • Select File > Preferences > JMP Updates and select Check Now.
  • IMPORTANT:   CLOSE ALL JMP WINDOWS BEFORE APPLYING ANY UPDATES.
  • If you need to reinstall JMP, uninstall it first THEN manually make sure all files and directories are deleted (see instructions below).
Updating your JMP License:
  • Download and Save the appropriate license (SID) file from the menu shown on the right
  • Start JMP or JMP Pro
  • If your JMP license is past your expiration date, the first screen you see at JMP launch is a message that your JMP license is expired.
    1. Click Open License.
    2. At the prompt, navigate to where you saved the SID file in Step 1.
    3. Click Open.
    4. Enter an Administrator Name and Department if you desire.
    5. Click OK.
    6. If it prompts you to save a PER file, save it to a place it can remain.  JMP will not run properly without that file
  • If your JMP license has not expired, you must start the renewal process manually.
    1. From the File menu, select New > Script to open a script window.
    2. Enter this line: renew license();
    3. From the Edit menu, select Run Script.
    4. In the resulting Renew Your JMP License window, click Open License.
    5. At the prompt, navigate to where you saved the SID file in Step 1.
    6. Click Open.
    7. Enter an Administrator Name and Department if you desire.
    8. Click OK.
    9. If it prompts you to save a PER file, save it to a place it can remain.  JMP will not run properly without that file.

Uninstalling JMP - Complete all steps to completely remove JMP.

     If renewing the SID file fails, follow this procedure then reinstall:

For Windows

  1. Open Control Panel > Programs and Features to uninstall JMP.
  2. Delete the JMP directory matching your version, normally at:
    • C:\Program Files\SAS\JMP*\{version_number}\   for most systems or
    • C:\Program Files(x86)\SAS\JMP*\{version_number}\ for 32-bit JMP on a 64-bit operating system
    • * Your "JMP"  or "JMPPro" or "JMPEA" depending on which version of JMP you have installed.
  3. Delete the JMP user directory at: C:\Users\{userid}\AppData\Local\SAS\JMP*\{version_number}

For Mac OSX

You can uninstall JMP on your Mac by deleting the following files:
  1. In Finder > Go > Go To Folder and enter ~/Library
  2. Browse To Application Support and Delete The JMP folder
  3. Click the back button
  4. Go to the Preferences folder and delete com.sas.jmp.plist
  5. Click Finder > Go > Computer
  6. Browse To Macintosh HD > Library > Application Support > Delete the JMP folder
  7. Click Finder > Go > Applications
  8. Delete JMP Pro 13
  9. Empty the Trash
  10. Restart your computer