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JASP is an open-source statistics program that is free, friendly, and flexible. Developed by a dedicated team of programmers and academics, JASP aims to help people around the world draw informative conclusions from their data. You can speed up the development of JASP by making a donation. Your support will allow us to add new functionality to JASP, to provide internships to talented young students, and to create a comprehensive set of educational materials. As with most open-source projects, all contributions are appreciated, no matter the amount. Thanks for considering a donation.

The JASP Team

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Previous Donations

We want to thank the following people for their contributions:

  • Angus Roberts, Griffith University: “Thanks for the great software, free of charge!” (€10.10)
  • Stefanie Ebert: “Thank you for this awesome software!” (€10.10)
  • Adi Afzal Ahmad, Universiti Teknologi MARA: “Keep up the good work!” (€50.50)
  • Gloria Ann Lockyer, Biwa Healer: “Love the new fresh way of patronage and donations!” (€10.10, monthly)
  • Maartje de Klerk, Koninklijke Auris Groep/ Universiteit Utrecht (€10.10, monthly)
  • Munshi Naser Afzal, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology: “Thanks a lot. Please add more Machine learning and Econometrics Features. I am from Bangladesh and want to use this wonderful software for my students. Time series, Panel econometrics models, and machine learning options will make this platform a complete one. I will try to collect more funds to donate. Please keep up the good work. I am really grateful to the entire JASP team.” (€10.10)
  • Martijn Magermans, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: “Thanks so far and keep up the good work!” (€20.20)
  • Vanessa van Ast, University of Amsterdam: “Awesome program but I am especially excited about ‘Bayesian Thinking for Toddlers'” (€15)
  • Maartje de Klerk, Koninklijke Auris Groep / Universiteit Utrecht (€10.10)
  • Uwe Kaspers, Lutheran University of Bavaria: “JASP really helped me a lot. I recommend it for lectures in social science and in practice.” (€50.50)
  • Daniel Frank, Technology Centre CAS (€10.10)
  • Pin-Chen Lin, NMSU: “Thank you” (€10.10)
  • Mavis Yi-Ching Chen, National Taiwan Normal Univeristy: “It’s good to see updates of more statistical functions on JASP. Thank you for the great work.” (€10.10)
  • Maartje de Klerk, Koninklijke Auris Groep / Universiteit Utrecht (€10.10)
  • Rita Kiraly: “Thank you for making stats easier for students :)” (€10.10)
  • Ron Larson: “Thanks for offering this free service. It’s a well designed and user-friendly application!” (€10.10)
  • Andrea Caso, UCL/Birkbeck: “Something was missing in the world of statistics, but it’s here now: Thank you for creating JASP. I’m looking forward to seeing more video tutorials.” (€20)
  • Juan Villagomez, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero: “Thanks a lot” (€10.10)
  • Vineta Silkane, Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (€10.10)
  • Luis Fernando Ariaas Galicia, Morelos State University (€102.01)
  • Djoeke Beekman: “Hartelijk dank voor het sturen van de prachtige boeken!” (€50.50)
  • Daria Henning: Awesome! A huge thanks for receiving ‘Bayesian thinking for toddlers’ in three languages making my young and old friends excitedly chuckling and blissful. Thank you also for inspiring my father Jörg Henning, professor emeritus in methods and statistics at the University of Bremen; with JASP he found a new fascination for his free time calling me weekly now to share his new discoveries 🙂 (Daria Henning, alumnus at University of Amsterdam): “JASP is such a large-scale, substantial and impressive tool, it elegantly unites all the different statistical procedures I have used in my 40 years of work teaching statistics and research to students. And it offers so much more. Congratulations to this work of sustainable statistical art.” H.Jörg Henning (€225)
  • Mokhtar Abdullah, Meritus University (€10.10)
  • Stijn Mentzel: “JASP is just amazing and aways improving, it has really helped me and my students, especially when they finish uni and want to continue learning more about stats. It is a great example of helping the community, just like wikipedia. Thank you team” (€50.50)
  • Mayke Derix: “Dank voor ‘Bayesiaans denken voor peuters'” (€125)
  • João Ferreira do Rosário, Escola Superior de Comunicação Social: “Excellent software, congratulations! Be safe!” (€10.10)
  • Filippo Fiume Fagioli, University of Perugia (€10.10)
  • Diana Smith, Kennesaw State University Student: “Thanks for developing this open source statistic analysis” (€50.50)
  • Dean Verger, Carleton University (€10.10)
  • Jana Marie Havigerová, University of Hradec Králové: “With gratitude for the user-friendly and godly deed, which I am happy to share with my students. We love you in the Czech Republic :)” (€9.99)
  • Jonathan Hecht, University of Texas at Austin (€50.50)
  • Enrico Donnini, Leonardo SpA (€50.50)
  • Tadasi Imaizumi, Tama University (€50.50)
  • Ricardo Andrade, Universidad de San Buenaventura-Medellín: “Thanks a lot” (€10.10)
  • J. Peter Rosenfeld, Northwestern University (€10.10)
  • Richard Shearmur, McGill University, School of Urban Planning: “Excellent software, especially for teaching stats and exploring data. I haven’t explored the Bayesian stats yet, but JASP makes this an attractive proposition. Well done!” (€50.50)
  • Tobias Schaefers, TH OWL – OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts (€10.10)
  • Katarzyna Zerka, Polish Academy of Science: “Thank you for this so much needed tool!” (€10.10)
  • Shin Ikeda: “I appreciate your great deed and say thanks for all your guys; it is nice to have you do something better on two-byte characters that now appears mess in the application.” (€10.10)
  • Alexander Bruinen Serio, 2b: “This a lifesaver. Keep up the great job!” (€10.10)
  • Steven Zhou, George Mason University (€211)
  • Ivo Tremont, Houston Methodist Hospital: “A small thank-you for the wonderful workshop and all the dedication and work. Appreciate.” (€200)
  • Elke Mesenholl-Strehler, Hochschule Fresenius (€102.01)
  • Mavis Yi-Ching Chen, National Taiwan University: “The most convenient and efficient statistical tool I have used.” (€10.10)
  • Tsung-Yu Wu, National Taiwan University: “Thanks for developing a free and friendly program for statistical analysis.” (€10.10)
  • Lukas Kubiak (€10.10)
  • Pablo Fernández, Hospital Universitario La Paz/Universidad Autónoma de Madrid: “You’ve been a great help for my Master’s Thesis, keep on doing such a great work!” (€15)
  • Luis Martinez, Trinity College (Hartford, CT, USA): “The JASP team is doing an outstanding job with this program. It is an invaluable tool that I use in both my teaching and research labs. Keep up the good work.” (€10.10)
  • Elena Lisá: “Thank you!” (€10.10)
  • Joyce Oates, Aquinas College: “I love JASP! It’s powerful, yet so user friendly that my undergraduates can learn it with ease. For my needs, JASP is way better than that bloated, expensive, proprietary statistical software that shall not be named. Thank you so much for all that you do and keep up the great work!” (€10.10)
  • Ivo Tremont Lukats, Houston Methodist: “To all members in the JASP project, you guys rock. Happy to see v0.12. Thanks!” (€102.01)
  • Changya Hu, National Chengchi University (€10.10)
  • Cahyo Amiseso, Lembaga Psikologi Terapan University Indonesia: “Thank you for always innovating and helping common people enjoy and learning statistic better and better!” (€5.00)
  • Ivan Lopez: “It’s great software. I’m very happy with it, thanks a lot.” (€10.10)
  • Alessio Facchin, University of Milano-Bicocca (€10.10)
  • Ivo Tremont, Kenneth R. Peak Brain Tumor Center: “Please continue to develop and expand the bayesian component of the package, hopefully including meta-analysis and survival.” (€102.01)
  • Ivo Tremont, Kenneth R. Peak Brain Tumor Center: “Please continue to develop and expand the bayesian component of the package, hopefully including meta-analysis and survival.” (€102.01)
  • Adrian Ionescu (€7, monthly)
  • Michael Sharpe, Sigma Associates, Inc. (€10.10)
  • Dariusz Dziuba: “Hello JASP team, just wanted to let you know that you are doing fantastic job. Challenging vision with great execution. Stay on track. No deviations, keep regression up ;-)” (€50.50)
  • Torsten Wüstenberg, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin: “Great!” (€200)
  • Dirk Van Eester, D-VECS: “No good things in this world are free. We want JASP to keep being a “good thing”.” (€50.50)
  • Justina Banelyte, Mykolas Romeris University (€10.10)
  • Irene Yang, National Chung Cheng University: “Thank you for creating such a user friendly statistical tool!” (€50.50)