Statistics

Find guides and walkthroughs for performing statistical analyses in programmes such as IBM SPSS Statistics, GraphPad Prism and Microsoft Excel.

How To Split A File In SPSS

What is the Split File command? The Split File command is used to separate the output of SPSS tests according to a group variable. The...

How To Perform A One-Way ANOVA Test In SPSS

This guide will explain, step by step, how to perform a one-way ANOVA test in the SPSS statistical software by using an example. The...

How To Perform A Paried T-Test In GraphPad Prism

To perform a paired (dependent) T-test in GraphPad Prism you will need to enter two groups of data into separate columns. Upon opening GraphPad...

How To Perform An Unpaired T-Test In SPSS

What is an unpaired t-test? An unpaired t-test, also known as an independent t-test, is a statistical test used to determine if there are any...

How To Perform An Unparied T-Test In GraphPad Prism

In this guide, I will explain how to perform an unpaired (independent) T-test in GraphPad Prism. I will also show you how to interpret...

How To Perform A Pearson Correlation In SPSS

What is a Pearson correlation? A Pearson correlation, also known as a Pearson Product-Moment Correlation, is a measure of the strength for an association between...

How To Perform A Chi-Square Test In SPSS

In this guide I will explain how to perform a chi-square test by using the IBM SPSS Statistics software. What is a chi-square test? A chi-square...

How To Test Data For Normality In GraphPad Prism

In this guide, I will show you how to perform data normality tests in GraphPad Prism. Prior to any statistical analysis, the first thing...

How To Perform T-Tests in Excel

Did you know that you can perform a T-Test in Microsoft Excel? Infact, there are quite a few ways to perform a T-Test in...

How To Perform A Paired T-Test In SPSS

What is a paired t-test? A paired t-test, also known as a dependent t-test, is a statistical test used to determine if there are any...