Statistical Analysis


  • Bivariate Analyses (4-way) : Illustrates a proper analysis and presentation for comparisons with different combinations of variable type (categorical or quantitative)
  • Simple Comparisons: Table to determine the appropriate univariate or bivariate comparison test (e.g, with a categorical IV)
  • Data and Syntax Organization: Describes a sequence from initial dataset to final paper.

Comprehensive Resources

For how-to’s using specific software, check our pages for SPSSStataSAS, and R

  • Psychology Resource Archive
    • University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    • Step-by-step instructions on how and why to do various basic and intermediate analyses. Uses SPSS, but useful for those using other software.
    • Often gives examples of reporting the results.


Collections from Other Data Services

Collections from Individuals

Special Topics

Multilevel Modeling

  • LEMMA: Learning Environment for Multilevel Methods and Applications
    • Free (requires registration) course from the center for Multilevel modeling that covers multiple regression and more.

Structural Equation Modeling

Time Series Analysis

  • Decision 411: Forecasting
    • Class materials from Robert F. Nau of Duke Fuqua School of Business
  • De Gooijer, J. G., & Hyndman, R. J. (2006). 25 years of time series forecasting. International Journal of Forecasting, 22(3), 443–473.
    • Understand the various kinds of forecasting analysis
  • Course materials from Anton Parlow
    • Slides on various topics including code for Stata