Practice in Excel and SPSS

Need a little practice in Excel and SPSS?  On the Statistics Help section of MattCHoward.com, I recently uploaded several practice pages.  Links to each individual page are below.

Chi-Square Practice

Correlation Practice

Dummy-Coded Regression Practice

One-Way ANOVA Practice

Quadratic Regression Practice

Regression Practice

Two-Sample T-Test Practice

Two-Way ANOVA Practice

As always, please email me at MHoward@SouthAlabama.edu if you have any questions, comments, concerns, or otherwise!

ANOVA and Chi-Square in Excel and SPSS

More guides for statistical analyses in Excel and SPSS on MattCHoward.com!  This week, I added four guides.  The links can also be found below:

One-Factor ANOVA in Excel

Chi-Square in SPSS

One-Way ANOVA in SPSS

Two-Way ANOVA in SPSS

As always, feel free to email me at MHoward@SouthAlabama.edu if you have any questions, comments, stories, or requests for guides!

 

One-Sample and Two-Sample T-Test in Excel and SPSS

More guides for statistical analyses in Excel and SPSS on MattCHoward.com!  This week, I added three guides.  The links can also be found below:

One-Sample T-Test in SPSS

Two-Sample T-Test in SPSS

Two-Sample T-Test in Excel

As always, feel free to email me at MHoward@SouthAlabama.edu if you have any questions, comments, stories, or requests for guides!

Quadratic & Dummy-Coded Regression in Excel and SPSS

More guides for statistical analyses in Excel and SPSS on MattCHoward.com!  This week, I added four guides.  The links can also be found below:

Dummy-Coded Regression in Excel

Dummy-Coded Regression in SPSS

Quadratic Regression in Excel

Quadratic Regression in SPSS

As always, feel free to email me at MHoward@SouthAlabama.edu if you have any questions, comments, stories, or requests for guides!

Regression and More in Excel and SPSS

As mentioned last week, I still have my gears shifted for the rest of the academic semester.  Instead of Statistical Bullshit posts, I’m making guides for statistical analyses in Excel and SPSS on MattCHoward.com.  This week, I added three guides.  One on regression in ExcelOne on regression in SPSSAnd one on partial correlation in SPSS.  The links can also be found below:

Regression in Excel

Regression in SPSS

Partial Correlation in SPSS

As always, feel free to email me at MHoward@SouthAlabama.edu if you have any questions, comments, stories, or requests for guides!

Excel and SPSS Help!

It is becoming that time of the semester where my classes are more time-consuming than I expect.  For that reason, I am shifting gears (slightly), and I am going to focus more on developing statistical guides for Excel and SPSS on MattCHoward.com.  Fortunately, I already have a few guides made.  So, if you need help with calculating statistics in Excel and SPSS…

Click here for the Excel help page.

And click here for the SPSS help page.

As always, if you have any questions, comments, stories, or anything else, feel free to contact me a MHoward@SouthAlabama.edu.  I always have time to write about Statistical Bullshit stories, even if I am focused on creating statistical guides!

Excel Statistics Help

Excel HelpSorry, but there is no Statistical Bullshit this week!  No, the world did not run out of it – trust me, there is still plenty.  Instead, I’ve been developing a section of another one of my websites: MattCHoward.com.  The Statistics Help Page of my academic website has been getting lengthier and (fortunately) more popular.  One of the most common requests that I receive is for guides on calculating statistics in Excel.  This is understandable.  Other stats programs can be expensive, whereas most everyone has access to Excel in their workplace or home.  So, I’ve been spending time writing short guides on my Excel Statistics Help Page.

A primary method to avoid Statistical Bullshit is to understand statistics yourself.  If you are unsure about calculating statistics in Excel, be sure to check out this page.  I’ll be updating it regularly throughout the current academic semester.  So, if you need a guide on a certain topic, let me know by emailing MHoward@SouthAlabama.edu.  I’d be happy to create a guide sooner rather than later!