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Resources and guides covering how to run different statistical tests in SPSS, RStudio and STATA.

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What correlations, t-tests and chi-square tests are, when you would use these tests and how to run them in SPSS, RStudio or STATA.

Copy the data, paste it into an Excel spreadsheet and save as a .csv file to use the practice dataset.

Follow the steps to run the tests in SPSS.

Copy the code and paste the lines of code into a black RScript. Work through each line of code to run the tests in RStudio.

Copy the code and paste the lines of code into a black .do file. Work through each line of code to run the tests in STATA.

What ANOVAs are, when you would use these tests and how to run them in SPSS, RStudio or STATA.

Copy the data, paste it into an Excel spreadsheet and save as a .csv file to use the practice dataset.

Follow the steps to run the tests in SPSS.

Copy the code and paste the lines of code into a black RScript. Work through each line of code to run the tests in RStudio.

Copy the code and paste the lines of code into a black .do file. Work through each line of code to run the tests in STATA.

What regressions are, when you would use a regression and how to run them in SPSS, RStudio or STATA.

Copy the data, paste it into an Excel spreadsheet and save as a .csv file to use the practice dataset.

Follow the steps to run the tests in SPSS.

Copy the code and paste the lines of code into a black RScript. Work through each line of code to run the tests in RStudio.

Copy the code and paste the lines of code into a black .do file. Work through each line of code to run the tests in STATA.