- See our Infoguide: Introduction to Data Analysis & Statistics
- 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.
- 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.
- SAGE Research Methods Online
- Statistical Associates Publishers (formerly “Statnotes”)
- by David G Garson
- E-books on a number of intermediate and advanced statistical topics
- Immediate access can be purchased at Amazon (~$5)
- Free access to pdfs can be requested for almost all
- Uses SPSS (sometimes SAS) for demonstrations, but useful for those using any software
- UCLA Statistical Computing
- University of California, Los Angeles
- Start here!
- What statistical analysis should I use?
- Karl Wuenschk’s Statistics Lessons
- Statistics to Use
- Explanations and calculators for popular statistical tests
- by Tom Kirkman, Associate Professor of Astronomy & Physics, College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University
- Effect Size Calculator
- Sample Size and Confidence Interval Calculators
- from Select Statistical Services Consultants
- Each with examples and automatic alternative scenarios
Collections from Other Data Services
- Research and Statistical Support (RSS)
- Online Training from Data & Statistical Services
- Research Technologies at Indiana University
- A small but useful set of documents for getting started with statistical software and intermediate analyses
Collections from Individuals
- The Analysis Factor, Karen Grace-Martin
- Easy-to-understand explanations for commonly encountered issues
- Jeromy Anglim’s Blog
- Categorized posts on a variety of topics including statistics, research, and academia
- Rob J Hyndman’s Blog
- A professor of statistics covers advanced topics and promotes R
- 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
- Field, A. P. (2000). Discovering statistics using SPSS for windows: advanced techniques for the beginner. London: Sage.
- Structural Equation Modeling Handout
- Structural Equation Modeling (pdf)
- Slides and notes for a seminar on SEM by Jeromy Anglim
- SEM Essentials (pps)
- by Jim Grace at StructuralEquations.org
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