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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:

  • Maria Wirzberger, TU Chemnitz: “Great software, a real benefit for me and my students!” (25,25 €)
  • Uwe Koch (10,10 €)
  • Lorenzo Visconti, Studi fisioterapici Montagna (10,10 €)
  • Stephen Johnston, Swansea University: “Great program, keep it up.” (10,10 €)
  • Ednaldo Silva, RoyaltyStat: “Intend to donate more!” (102,01 €)
  • Chris Street, University of Huddersfield (10,10 €)
  • Edwin Dalmaijer, University of Cambridge: “Love using JASP for p-hacking and BF10-massaging!” (19,19 €)
  • Andrew Walters: “Fantastic program. Thanks for all of your effort.” (10,10 €)
  • Barton Poulson, datalab.cc (10,10 €)
  • Anonymous: “Thank you all.” (10,10 €)
  • Noël Knops, KU Leuven: “Not ‘just another’ but ‘just awesome'” (25 €)
  • Anonymous: “Thank you for the beautiful and fun program.” (10,10 €)
  • Anonymous: “Great to have access to this tool for the research of my study, thanks!” (5 €)
  • Anonymous: “Thank you all for your work.” (10,10 €)
  • Moh Abdul Hakim, Massey University: “It’s an awesome project, we have to support it!” (11 €)
  • Svetlana Kuznetsova, Student: “Thank you for the program! It saved me time going to library to access their version of SPSS! As a result, my thesis writing was less painful :)” (10,10 €)
  • Anonymous (10,10 €)
  • Anonymous (5,00 €)
  • Jordi Quoidbach, ESADE (10,10 €)
  • John Pellman, Columbia University: “In Honor of Captain Jeremy Skipper” (10,10 €)
  • Reinier Cozijn, Tilburg University (20,20 €)
  • Johannes Breuer, Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences (10,10 €)