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    How do I analyse this limited data? It is probably obvious but I have gone blank

    I have a job interview where I need to present the main findings of some data but I am struggling to perform a data analysis on it. They have only given us the average but not the raw data so I cannot perform an ANOVA to see if there is a significant difference between the groups. How can I...
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    Categorical Data Analysis: log linear analysis

    Hey guys, I'm very new to statistics so I have a question: Consider gender (G), neuroticism (N), openness (O), major depression (MDD), and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). I am using MDD and GAD as response variables and the others as explanatory. I have to perform a loglinear...
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    Creating simple GUI for R - Calling scripts from R-external Application

    Dear all, today i would like to get some directions for the following question. Main Target - create a simple GUI which allows non R-Users to start R-Sripts, point at files and simply press run. I have produced a code in R which basically does the following thing: 1. Check if all...
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    Really Basic A level Statistics Test. (Multiple Choice)

    1) ‘Cluster sampling’ is a term given to one method of (a) Selecting random numbers using excel (b) Probabilistic sample selection (c) Snowballing (d) Downloading secondary data (e) Selecting a population 2) ‘Stratified sampling’ may provide greater precision of population...
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    How can data bellow the lower limit of detection be included in statistical analysis?

    How can data below the lower limit of detection be included in statistical analysis? My assay has a lower limit of detection of 10. How do I include data below this point in my analysis? Should I enter them as 10 or 0 or is it not possible to enter these values? I am only calculating...