# Analyzing Data

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*[[Interaction between two continuous variables]] | *[[Interaction between two continuous variables]] | ||

*[[Interaction between categorical and continuous variables]] | *[[Interaction between categorical and continuous variables]] | ||

+ | '''How to transform continuous into categorical variables''' | ||

+ | *[[Why transform continuous variables into categorical variables?]] | ||

+ | *[[How to dichotomize variables?]] | ||

+ | *[[Why cut into thirds or fourths instead of dichotomizing?]] | ||

+ | '''How to create composites''' | ||

+ | *[[How do I create a composite of items?]] | ||

+ | *[[Why create a composite of items?]] | ||

+ | *[[How do I know when it is appropriate to create a composite?]] | ||

+ | *[[How do I create a composite with items with different scale ranges?]] | ||

+ | *[[How do I create a composite with items labeled in opposite directions?]] | ||

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- [[Computational Modeling|What is Computational Modeling?]] <br> | - [[Computational Modeling|What is Computational Modeling?]] <br> | ||

- [[Rank-based nonparametric tests|What is a rank-based nonparametric test?]] | - [[Rank-based nonparametric tests|What is a rank-based nonparametric test?]] | ||

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*[[What is a correlation?]] | *[[What is a correlation?]] | ||

*[[What is a partial correlation?]] | *[[What is a partial correlation?]] |

## Revision as of 02:37, 22 November 2016

^{Statistically analyzing and interpreting your collected data}

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