JASP is freely available open-source statistical software that is being developed at the University of Amsterdam. JASP looks and feels very similar to SPSS, it offers all standard frequentist analyses and, in addition, specializes in Bayesian counterparts of these analyses that are not easily available in other academic software.
In addition to the analyses, JASP offers several modules for SEM, meta-analysis, machine learning, network analysis, and auditing.
JASP uses a point-and-click interface that dynamically updates results as the options are changed. JASP is ideal for publishing analyses, since it’s output is in the form of publishable APA tables and figures. JASP is also great for collaborations, since researchers can annotate their output and share in easily in a file or through the Open Science Framework (OSF).