# Analyzing Data

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+ *[[Mediation|How do I conduct meditational analysis?]]
+ + + + + - - [[Meta-analysis]]
- - [[Mediation]]
- [[What is an Interaction?]]
- [[What is an Interaction?]]
- [[Interaction between two continuous variables]]
- [[Interaction between two continuous variables]]
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- [[What is a correlation?]]
- [[What is a partial correlation?]]
- [[What is a partial correlation?]]
- - [[What is a point-biserial correlation?]]
- - [[What is regression?]]
- - [[What is analysis of covariance (ANCOVA)?]]
- *[[What is analysis of variance (ANOVA)?]] - *[[What is a one-way ANOVA?]] - *[[What is the difference between one-way analysis of variance and two-way analysis of variance?]] - - - Line 84: Line 80: *[[What is considered marginally significant?]] *[[What is considered marginally significant?]] *[[What is the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics?]] *[[What is the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics?]] - * [[Descriptive Statistics | What are "Descriptive Statistics"?]] + - * [[Inferential Statistics | What are "Inferential Statistics"?]] + Line 105: Line 100: * [[Detecting Outliers - Multivariate | How do I detect bivariate and multivariate outliers in my data?]] * [[Detecting Outliers - Multivariate | How do I detect bivariate and multivariate outliers in my data?]] * [[Dealing with Outliers | How do I deal with outliers?]] * [[Dealing with Outliers | How do I deal with outliers?]] - '''Normality'''
+ '''Normality''' * [[What is "normality"?]]
* [[What is "normality"?]]
* [[Why is normality important?]]
* [[Why is normality important?]]

## Revision as of 02:22, 22 November 2016

Statistically analyzing and interpreting your collected data
 Overview Research Idea Research Design Collecting Data Analyzing Data Writing a Paper
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