Two Workshops on Bayesian Statistics!

We’re excited to announce that we will be organizing two summer workshops in 2020. Similar to previous years, there will be one workshop focused on Bayesian cognitive modeling and one dedicated to Bayesian hypothesis testing in JASP. Unlike previous years, we will also feature Stan in our Bayesian cognitive modeling course! Have you always wanted to know the details of…

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JASP Workshop Materials

The JASP team has organized many workshops to teach a broader audience about (Bayesian) statistics with JASP. There has been a lot of interest in the workshop materials and, of course, we are happy to share them. So far, we only responded to requests individually, but due to the growing interest we decided to put a collection of workshop materials…

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Announcing JASP 0.10.2

JASP 0.10.2 has been released and is now available on our download page. This version contains the following new features and improvements:  The “JASP for Audit” module that provides a systematic workflow for the auditing practice and supports both frequentist and Bayesian analyses

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Introducing JASP 0.9.2

JASP 0.9.2 has been released and is now available on our download page. Next to some bug fixes and internal improvements, this version includes the following new features: WIX installer for Windows (enables you to choose a path for the installation of JASP) Added extra functionality to compute column Export computed column to csv Added option to change the size…

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JASP on SURFspot

Open to all students and academics in the Netherlands, SURFspot offers a large collection of educational software programs at greatly reduced costs. Or, as their own website says, “SURFspot is the ultimate non-profit ICT online store that offers special educational discounts on software, cloud services and hardware exclusively to students and staff of Dutch higher and senior secondary vocational education…

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A New Manual for JASP

During this year’s JASP workshop in Amsterdam, one of the workshop participants, Dr. Mark Goss-Sampson from the University of Greenwich, brought to our attention an impressive 119-page students’ guide to JASP. This detailed manual explains how to perform many different types of frequentist analyses in JASP. The manual is fully up-to-date (i.e., based on JASP 0.9), and the plan is…

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Introducing JASP 0.9

We are delighted to announce that JASP 0.9 is now available on our download page. It includes the following new features and improvements: Filtering: use either R code or a drag-and-drop GUI to select cases of interest (an in-depth explanation on filtering in JASP will be posted soon) The JASP data library: an initial collection of over 50 data sets,…

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How to Run JASP in your Browser

When we designed JASP we faced a difficult choice: should we implement a standalone application or a web application? After due deliberation we chose the standalone option. We have revisited this decision several times but always ended up sticking to our initial choice. However, web applications do have some advantages over standalone versions. For instance, web applications are easy to…

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Out now: JASP 0.8.6

As we announced last week, JASP 0.8.6 is now available on our download page. It includes the following new features: A revamped Bayesian linear regression thanks to the BAS package Multinomial analysis Install JASP on most Linux distributions more easily due to Flatpak support Plots now update directly when resizing them A tooltip for variables so that long names can…

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A New Video on How to Perform a Logistic Regression Analysis in JASP

When trying to fit a regression model where the dependent variable is categorical, logistic regression is the weapon of choice. Implemented in JASP 0.8.3, logistic regression just got some nice upgrades in the latest version of JASP, 0.8.5. Logistic regression makes it possible to analyze and learn from data if your outcome variable is categorical in nature, such as whether…

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