These links provide access to Stata resources, featuring official guides, video tutorials, and practical application examples.
- An Introduction to Stata by the UCLA Statistical Consulting Group.
- Stata Learning Resources as featured on Stata’s official website.
- Learning Resources (community-contributed) as featured on Stata’s official website.
- Video Tutorials as featured on Stata’s official website.
These pages offer guides and tutorials on SPSS, from basic functions to advanced statistical analysis methods.
- An Introduction to SPSS by the UCLA Statistical Consulting Group, USA.
- SPSS Learning Resources by the UCLA Statistical Consulting Group, USA.
- SPSS Video Tutorials by Ruben Geert van den Berg, Netherlands.
- Getting Started with SPSS: Tutorials by the Kent State University Libraries, USA.
These resources cover tutorials and examples for SAS, emphasizing data management, analysis, and reporting.
- SAS Tutorial: Basic Syntax by Tutorials Point, India.
- SAS Tutorials: Descriptive Statistics by DataFlair, India.
- SAS Tutorials: Missing Data Analysis by DataFlair, India.
- SAS Learning Modules: Reshaping data by the UCLA Statistical Consulting, USA.
- SAS Research Guide: Descriptive Statistics by the Georgia State University Library, USA.
These resources include comprehensive guides, ‘cheat sheets’, tutorials, and packages for R, focusing on statistical analysis and data visualization.
- Introduction to R by the UCLA Statistical Consulting Group.
- An Introduction to Data Cleaning with R by Edwin de Jonge and Mark van der Loo.
- Mastering Shiny, an extensive handbook to using Shiny by Hadley Wickham.
- R for Beginners (PDF) by Emmanuel Paradis, Institute of Evolutionary Science of Montpellier, France.
- R Tutorial by Robert Kabacoff, PhD via the Quick-R website.
- R Reference Cards (Cheat Sheets), accessible through the Posit website.
These links lead to detailed Mplus tutorials and user guides, suitable for both new and experienced users.
- An Introduction to Mplus by the UCLA Statistical Consulting Group.
- Mplus Resources, accessible via the StatModel website.
- Mplus User’s Guide, a complete reference for the Mplus software by Muthén & Muthén Company.
- Mplus Tutorial for Windows (PDF) by the University of Texas at Austin.
Extra package-specific resources:
The links below show practical applications of various statistical analysis techniques in different statistical packages, including examples of when to use the analysis, sample data, and an explanation of the output with Additional references provided.
- Data Analysis Examples by the UCLA Statistical Consulting Group.
- Data Analysis Guides by the Princeton University Library.
- Annotated Output, resources by the UCLA Statistical Consulting Group.
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