In previous posts, I have talked about the value of knowing a scripting language, like R, for statistical analysis. As an open sourced software, R allows you to do advanced statistical analysis and build robust models for prediction and analysis, in addition to being an excellent tool for data wrangling and data visualization. However, the … Continue reading “Up & Running with R”
If you were trained in a social science, there is a good chance that you have had to use, or still use SPSS. For most social science research, SPSS is a powerful program and arguably the industry standard in academia, especially in the social sciences. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) is a menu driven … Continue reading “It’s Time to Ditch SPSS”
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