We currently distribute the JMP site license for Harvard University. If you are interested in obtaining JMP and are part of the Harvard community, please email email@example.com for further information.
MIT community members are not eligible for any of our software distribution at this time.
For more information, please contact us.
Through our EViews departmental license, we offer IQSS affiliates the ability to purchase EViews software and manuals at a reduced cost. Please note that this offer is not available to the general Harvard community due to restrictions placed by the software maker.
For details about the cost or questions about eligibility, please contact us.
We renewed the JMP site license for Harvard for FY13 (ending July 14, 2013). Currently we have the following software licensed:
We charge a small fee for users because the site license costs us more money than just a departmental license. Here are the FY11 fees:
You receive a CD for installing the version for the platform of your choice. Print manuals are not included, but PDFs are part of the installation packages.
Fees must be paid by check (made out to Harvard University), Crimson Cash, or 33-digit billing code (including group and financial contact with code). You must pick up your software at:
Concourse Computer Lab Help Desk
CGIS Knafel Building, Room K026
Phone number x6-9365
Our hours are:
Please let us know if you are coming ahead of time by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Research Information Technology Group (part of HMS IT) graciously has bought into the license for the medical community and is making the software available from their downloads site:
Note: You must have a valid e-Commons login to get the software from this site.
If you have questions or problems with this site, please use the form at the following URL:
As of 2/11/13, HMDC is no longer the distribution point for the Stata GradPlan at Harvard. Stata has switched to a direct ship or electronic download model.
To order via the GradPlan, go to the following page:
Again, we have nothing to do with Stata ordering.