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JASP-MOD

A Module Workflow for JASP

Developed at the University of Amsterdam, JASP (jasp-stats.org) is a free open-source statistics program with an intuitive graphical user interface that is used by students and researchers at hundreds of universities worldwide. By default, JASP presents a limited set of core analyses that users can expand upon by loading additional modules. These modules are currently mostly written in-house and shipped with JASP. The proposed project aims to create a more sustainable workflow. First, we wish to make module development more accessible (similar to the R ecosystem) by presenting tutorial materials (e.g., videos, documentation), providing workshops and hackathons, and providing real-time support to module developers. Second, we wish to construct an online “module library” that involves the community and benefits the release cycle: the modules need to be truly modular. These two developments will make the JASP ecosystem more inviting, easier to manage, and ready for expansion.

Participating organisations

University of Amsterdam
Netherlands eScience Center
Social Sciences & Humanities
Social Sciences & Humanities

Team

Eric-Jan Wagenmakers
Eric-Jan Wagenmakers
Lead Applicant
University of Amsterdam
Pablo Rodríguez-Sánchez
Pablo Rodríguez-Sánchez
Lead RSE
Netherlands eScience Center
Jisk Attema
Programme Manager
Netherlands eScience Center

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