Definition: Named after Sir Harold Jeffreys, JASP stands for Jeffrey’s Amazing Statistics Program. It is a free and open source software for data analysis. JASP relies on a user interface and offers both null hypothesis tests and their Bayesian counterparts. JASP supports computational reproducibility by saving the data, code, analyses, and results in a single file.

Related terms: Jamovi, Open source

Reference: JASP Team (2020)

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