JASP at Psychonomics

For those of you who are attending Psychonomics in San Franciso this year: JASP has an exhibitor table in the Grand Ballroom. You are invited to drop by for a chat, pick up a hardcopy of our latest paper on JASP, and take home our new flyer for universities interested in joining the JASP community. I plan to be present…

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Guest Post: “The fast guide to statistical testing with JASP”

This is a guest post by Cole Davis, who introduces his new course book “The fast guide to statistical testing with JASP” (for an overview of JASP-related teaching materials click here or here). Cole Davis: This relatively short book, published in 2023, is part of the Vor Press ‘Statistics without Mathematics’ series. It contains no statistical formulae.   Each test,…

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New: The JASP Cooperative

Since version 0.18.1, JASP acknowledges a number of universities on its splash screen: the University of Amsterdam, M&S/fss/Utrecht University, Nyenrode Business University, KU Leuven, and Tilburg University. These universities have joined the JASP Cooperative and together support the continued development of JASP. The vision is that institutions of higher learning can increase the quality of their statistics courses by adopting…

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Introducing JASP 0.18.1: The Learn Stats Module

We are happy to announce that JASP 0.18.1 has been released and is now available on our download page. JASP 0.18.1 is a hotfix release that brings some improvements to the newly added data editing functionality, as well as some other bug fixes. We also removed some placeholder text in the “Learn Stats” module, which we can now promote in…

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Introducing JASP 0.18: Data Editing, Robust T-Tests, and More!

We are happy to announce that JASP 0.18 has been released and is now available on our download page. JASP 0.18 contains the following new features and improvements: JASP now has an Internal Data Editor! Check out the two videos below. The first video shows how you can enter data from scratch: The second video focuses on editing an existing…

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Coming Soon: Conditional Process Models in JASP

This post is also published on the blog of the Netherlands eScience Center.   Many students, teachers, and researchers use the popular PROCESS macro for SPSS (Hayes, 2022a, 2022b) to estimate conditional process models involving mediation and moderation effects. Recently, however, these models were also criticized because they make causal assumptions which do not hold in many applied settings (Bullock…

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Introducing JASP 0.17.3: Time Series, LaTeX Annotations, and More!

We are happy to announce that JASP 0.17.3 has been released and is now available on our download page. JASP 0.17.3 contains the following new features and improvements: JASP now has a Time Series Module. The module features ARIMA (autoregressive integrated moving average) modeling, which allows users to fit a (seasonal) AR/MA/ARMA/ARIMA model to a time series. It also includes…

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Introducing JASP 0.17.2: Power Module, Bayesian Logistic Regression, Version in Polish and More!

We are happy to announce that JASP 0.17.2 has been released and is now available on our download page page. JASP 0.17.2 contains the following new features and improvements: JASP now has a Power Module. This allows users to select appropriate experimental design. The module is also useful for teaching power analyses to students. R-Syntax shows in “Results”: R-Syntax is…

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Análises Estatísticas com JASP: um guia introdutório

É com grande satisfação que apresentamos nosso manual “Análises Estatísticas com JASP: um guia introdutório“. Como pesquisadores que trabalham com análises quantitativas, aproveitamos a oportunidade para produzir um guia introdutório para estudantes que desejam aprender mais sobre o processo de análises estatísticas. O JASP é uma plataforma excelente e amigável que permite uma experiência de fácil manuseio. Neste manual, além…

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R Syntax Mode in JASP: The First Button

With the release of JASP 0.17, a new button has been added to the menus for the core analyses. In addition to renaming, duplicating, deleting an analysis and viewing the help file, JASP users now have access to the underlying function call in R that is used to compute the results. This addition is an important first step towards a…

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Register Now – Annual Workshops

. We’re excited to announce that the registrations for our two summer workshops in 2023 are now open! Similar to previous years, there will be one workshop focused on Bayesian cognitive modeling and one dedicated to Bayesian hypothesis testing in JASP. Register now and come join us in Amsterdam this July. Note that the Annual Meeting of the Society for…

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