Wednesday, December 10, 2014

UCLA's "What statistical analysis should I use?"

This resource from UCLA is, essentially, a decision making tree for determining what kind of statistical analysis is appropriate based upon your data (see below).
Screen shot from "What statistical analysis should I use?"
Now, such decision making trees are available in many statistics text book...however...
what makes this special is the fact that with each test comes code/syntax as well as output for SAS, Stata, SPSS, and R. Which is helpful to our students (and, let's be honest, us instructors/researchers as well).

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  1. SAS is an analytical tool which is created by SAS system for the data storage and analytical purpose. It is an integrated software system that is used for data entry, retrieval and management of data.
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