# 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 Test Data For Normality In SPSS

The very first thing you should do before performing any statistical test, is to see whether your data is normally distributed. Normality testing in...

### 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 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 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 Perform A Mann-Whitney U Test In SPSS

What is a Mann-Whitney U test? A Mann-Whitney U test is a non-parametric alternative to an unpaired (independent) t-test to determine the difference between two...

### 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 Non-Parametric Partial Correlation In SPSS

Partial correlations are great in that you can perform a correlation between two continuous variables whilst controlling for various confounders. However, the partial correlation...

### 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 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...