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:

    • Kevin Peters: “EJ & Team: Thank you for all of your hard work.” (€75)
    • Guido Krueger: “Thanks for this beautiful piece of software, which gives me a serious alternative to Minitab, SPSS, MATLAB, and the likes. Keep on that great work!” (€102.01)
    • Anonymous (€50.50)
    • Anonymous: “Excellent work” (€20.20)
    • Vytenis Galvenas (€5)
    • Hiren Kasekar: “Joining the JASP community today” (€10.10)
    • David Bisetto, University of Valencia: “Thank u! Very good program and easy” (€10.10)
    • Anonymous (€4, monthly)
    • Anonymous (€10.10)
    • Joshua Weidlich: “Love JASP!”  (€10.10)
    • Anonymous (€10.10)
    • Paul Block (€10.10)
    • Brian Kalahan, M.Ed: “Nice Project! See you on LinkedIn” (€20.20)
    • Anonymous (€10.10)
    • Louis-Nascan Gill (€10.10)
    • Brian O’Neill: “I’m long retired but continue to dabble with data. JASP makes this possible. It is also a great tool for learning and polishing my stats know-how. Many thanks.” (€50.50)
    • Pujawati Gondowijoyo, University of Melbourne (€10.10)
    • Gislane Melo, Universidade Católica de Brasília (€10.10)
    • Louis Irving, University of Tsukuba: “I would like to dedicate this donation to the memory of SPSS.” (€50.50)
    • Leonardo Vils (€10.10)
    • Peter Delaney, University of North Carolina at Greensboro: “JASP in North Carolina also stands for the Jane Austen Summer Program at UNC-Chapel Hill, so I bought our lab red JASP shirts on Cyber Monday. Which JASP are we repping, you ask? The evidence for one or the other is at best anecdotal….” (€50.50)
    • Su Luo (€10.10)
    • Mudahtir Bakhit, Fukushima Medical University: “Thank you for developing JASP. Statistics can be fun and an enjoyable experience now!” (€10.10)
    • Marie Stoicescu, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (€50.50)
    • Changya Hu, National Chengchi University (€10.10)
    • Alexander Bouts, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (€10.10)
    • Daniel Huete-Pérez, Universitat Rovira i Virgili: “Such a fantastic project! Thank you very much for contributing to open knowledge with this wonderful software and the different resources derived from it.” (€50.50)
    • Shelley Rank: “Thank you for this software!” (€102.01)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • Jonathan Hecht, University of Texas at Austin (€50.50)