Library Subject Guides

- Library
- Subject Guides
- Maths Skills Centre: a practical guide to maths & statistics
- Running Statistical Tests

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

Please contact maths-skills-centre

Correlations, t-tests and chi-square tests are essential statistics to analyse the relationship between two variables or questionnaire responses.

How to run correlations, t-tests and chi-square in SPSS, RStudio and STATA

A guide covering how to run a Pearson's correlation, independent t-test or chi-square test of association in either SPSS, RStudio or STATA.

Make a copy of the data set to use during the workshop.

View the functions used during the workshop. Copy and paste the functions into a blank R script to run them during the workshop.

View the commands used during the workshop. Copy and paste the functions into a blank .do file to run them during the workshop.

This workshop talks through what ANOVAs are, when would you use an ANOVA, the assumptions your data needs to meet to run an ANOVA robustly and how to run one-way ANOVAs in SPSS, RStudio or STATA.

How to run ANOVAs in SPSS, RStudio and STATA

A guide covering how to run an independent one-way ANOVA and repeated one-way ANOVA in either SPSS, RStudio or STATA.

Make a copy of the data set to use during the workshop.

View the functions used during the workshop. Copy and paste the functions into a blank R script to run them during the workshop.

View the commands used during the workshop. Copy and paste the functions into a blank .do file to run them during the workshop.

This workshop talks through what regressions are, when would you use a regression, the assumptions your data needs to meet to run a regression robustly and how to run simple and multiple regressions in SPSS, RStudio and STATA.

How to run Regressions in SPSS, RStudio and STATA

A guide covering how to run a simple regression and multiple regression in either SPSS, RStudio or STATA.

Make a copy of the data set to use during the workshop.

View the functions used during the workshop. Copy and paste the functions into a blank R script to run them during the workshop.

View the commands used during the workshop. Copy and paste the functions into a blank .do file to run them during the workshop.