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JMP Licensing

This article applies to: Software Licensing


JMP Pro is a graphical statistical analysis application, with a focus on exploratory analytics. JMP Pro is a product of The SAS Institute. The JMP Pro campus license is fee-based.

JMP Genomics is a separate utility that uses the JMP interface for genetic analysis and research. JMP Genomics is bundled with SAS Genetics. JMP Genomics is only available for Windows computers.

A Cornell JMP license grants access to both utilities.

If you need to update the license file of an existing installation of JMP, please see our Update a JMP License article.

Purchase a License

New Licenses

To order a new JMP Pro license, visit
licensing.store.cornell.edu

License Term

Cornell's JMP volume license period runs from August 01 through July 31 of the following calendar year. Your license is valid through the end of the current license period regardless of the date of purchase. We are not able to offer prorated billing.

Current Department Subscribers

If you are a faculty or staff member of one of the following departments and want to use JMP, please see the departmental contact listed below.

Department Contact
Boyce Thompson Institute Boyce Thompson IT (bti_it@cornell.edu)
CISER CISER Help Desk (ciser@cornell.edu)
Cornell Cooperative Extension - Regional Agriculture Teams Craig Trowbridge (cdt6)
Cornell NanoScale Facility Dave Botsch (dwb7)
Johnson College of Business Tom Primerano (tpp5)
Lab of Ornithology Colleen Dittman (cmd14)
Neurobiology and Behavior Brian Mlodzinski (bjm16)
Nutritional Sciences Francoise Vermeylen (fmv1)
Psychology Fred Horan (fh10)
School of Integrative Plant Science Tamara Payne (th47)
Veterinary Medicine Abigail Prentiss (ap458)

Download

Links to download JMP Pro are below. The current release is JMP Pro 15. We can also provide support for JMP Pro version 13 and version 14.

JMP Pro is licensed to Cornell University and its use is limited to Cornell University staff, faculty, and students (including Weill Cornell Medical College), and to employees of Cornell-affiliated institutions located on the Ithaca campus (for example, the Boyce Thompson Institute). Use of the software is restricted to individuals who have purchased a license for the current license period. You must log in with your Cornell NetID or Weill CWID to enable the download.

If you have purchased a departmental license or multiple individual licenses, please distribute your copies of JMP in accordance with your license type and the number of seats you purchased.

License File

You must purchase a 2019-20 JMP license to get the current license file.

If you have an existing JMP installation already on your computer, and the license has expired, you can apply the current license file to to your existing JMP application. For step-by-step instructions, please see How To Update Your JMP License File.

Installation

Please see How To Install JMP. The process is a bit more complicated than just running the installer.

System Requirements

JMP Pro 15

Windows

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 10 (all editions)

Processor

x64 processor (64 bit)

RAM

2 GB required; 4 GB or more recommended

Disk Space: 1 GB minimum; 3 GB recommended
Browser: Internet Explorer 11.0 or higher; newer browsers highly recommended
Display: True (32-bit or more) color, with resolution of 1024x768 or higher; video card with hardware accelerated 2D & 3D drivers recommended
Database: UNICODE compliant ODBC 3.5 or higher (required only if connecting to a database)

Macintosh

Mac OS X 10.12 "Sierra" or higher.
Processor: 64-bit Intel processor required.
RAM: 4 GB
Drive Space: 750 MB available disk drive space minimum; 2 GB recommended
Database: UNICODE compliant ODBC 3.5 or higher (required only if connecting to a database)

Older Versions of JMP Pro

If you have a specific need to run JMP Pro 12, please let us know. We are unable to provide version of JMP Pro earlier than that, as they are no longer supported by the manufacturer.

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Thursday, January 30, 2020 - 8:02am

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