JASP is an open-source statistics program that is free, friendly, and flexible.
Armed with an easy-to-use GUI, JASP allows both classical and Bayesian analyses.
Next to nearly all classical analyses that are available in programs such as SPSS, as well as their Bayesian counterparts, here are some of the main features of JASP:
This is a brilliant idea, but does not work in due to it not being set up for what we need. There is no tutorial or indication of what the Rollapp icons actually do or mean. A waste of time as the Rollapp version has not been updated to keep up with the current standalone version of JASP, so it can't open any JASP files anyway. A great idea, but pointless unless it's going to be done properly.
After I figured out how to upload files, it worked great. For those who were stuck, you need to connect your account to a cloud storage drive (e.g., Google Drive, Dropbox) in your rollApp settings. Then you can open files from that drive. The big downside of this version is you can't save your output unless you have the premium rollApp account, but you can run your analyses.
The app is great, but this Rollapp version does not allow to open/access any files. A tutorial would be appreciated.
Been using the standalone version for a few months now and I’m happy with it. So excited to find this app, but I can’t open the files I stored in OSF with this online version. I can access my OSF storage but this app only read the pdf files. The other files are invisible. Gladly to give more stars if it’s improved. Thanks.