Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows
JASP works for Windows XP and all more recent versions. It installs under Windows like any normal application.
Installation Guide for Mac OS X
JASP is available for Mac OS X, version 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and above (Which version do I have?). JASP is installed by downloading and double clicking the .dmg file, and dragging the JASP icon to the Applications folder. This places JASP in your applications folder. OS X actively discourages people from downloading software from the internet (rather wanting to channel people through their app store), so there will likely be some additional steps to make JASP run.
Newer versions of OS X need to have their “Gatekeeper” options relaxed, before they will allow software to be used that was downloaded from the internet (more info). You will need to change your Gatekeeper settings to “Allow applications downloaded from anywhere”. Having relaxed the Gatekeeper settings, the next step is to ‘right click’ or ‘control-click’ JASP in your Applications directory, and select ‘Open’ from the menu. This will present a window saying that JASP is from an unidentified developer; selecting “Open” will start JASP.
From then on, you will be able to start JASP in the usual way.
Installation Guide for Linux
Ubuntu: The latest version of JASP for Xenial and Wiley are available from JASP’s Personal Package Archive (PPA). Once the PPA is added to your system, you will be able to install JASP, and JASP will be automatically kept up-to-date by Ubuntu. The PPA and JASP can be installed by issuing the following commands at the terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jasp-uva/jasp sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install jasp
For version 0.8.0.0, extra R packages have to be installed:
sudo R install.packages(c("GPArotation","qgraph","RJSONIO","semTools"))
Arch Linux: JASP is made generously available for Arch Linux by Stephen Martin, and can be installed with the following commands:
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/jasp-desktop-git.git cd jasp-desktop-git makepkg -si