How to write a statistical analysis paper: Step 4

We’ve looked at data on Body Mass Index (BMI) by race. Now let’s take a look at our sample another way. Instead of using BMI as a variable, let’s use obesity as a dichotomous variable,

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We’ve looked at data on Body Mass Index (BMI) by race. Now let’s take a look at our sample another way. Instead of using BMI as a variable, let’s use obesity as a dichotomous variable,

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How to write a statistical analysis paper: Step Three

So far, we have looked at How to get the sample demographics and descriptive statistics for your dependent and independent variable. Computing descriptive statistics by category  Now it’s time to dive into step 3, computing

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So far, we have looked at How to get the sample demographics and descriptive statistics for your dependent and independent variable. Computing descriptive statistics by category  Now it’s time to dive into step 3, computing

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How do I write a statistical analysis paper: Step two

In the last post, I posed the following null hypothesis as an example: There is no difference in obesity among Caucasians, African-Americans and Latinos. You can see the results from the statistical analyses here. Since

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In the last post, I posed the following null hypothesis as an example: There is no difference in obesity among Caucasians, African-Americans and Latinos. You can see the results from the statistical analyses here. Since

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How Do I Write a Statistical Analysis Paper? Advice to Students

I get asked this question fairly often so I thought I would do a few posts on it. The most common problem is that a student who is new to statistics has no idea where

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I get asked this question fairly often so I thought I would do a few posts on it. The most common problem is that a student who is new to statistics has no idea where

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Probability and z-scores

For many students just learning statistics, the relationship of z-scores and probability is confusing. Let’s try this concrete example. Here is a chart of the distribution of height in a sample of over 2,800 women.  

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For many students just learning statistics, the relationship of z-scores and probability is confusing. Let’s try this concrete example. Here is a chart of the distribution of height in a sample of over 2,800 women.  

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SAS Global Forum : A new kind of path analysis

First off, the good news. You can find all of the papers from SAS Global Forum 2015 online.  This is good news if you are anything like me (and you should be, because, let’s face

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First off, the good news. You can find all of the papers from SAS Global Forum 2015 online.  This is good news if you are anything like me (and you should be, because, let’s face

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Sharing Your Data from SAS Studio

Great! You are using SAS Studio. It’s free. Even greater. You cleaned your data, created subscales. You have this perfect dataset and now, you want to save that dataset to your desktop and maybe do

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Great! You are using SAS Studio. It’s free. Even greater. You cleaned your data, created subscales. You have this perfect dataset and now, you want to save that dataset to your desktop and maybe do

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