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The big boys and girls have known this for some time: There are now millions of R users in academia and industry. R is free as in no cost and free as in speech. Andy, Jeremy, and Zoe's book now makes R accessible to the little boys and girls like me and my students. Soon all classes in statistics will be taught in R. I have been teaching R to psychologists for several years and so I have been waiting for this book for some time. The book is excellent, and it is now the course text for all my statistics classes. I'm pretty sure the book provides all you need to go from statistical novice to working researcher. Take, for example, the chapter on t-tests. The chapter explains how to compare the means of two groups from scratch. It explains the logic behind the tests, it explains how to do the tests in R with a complete worked example, which papers to read in the unlikely event you do need to go further, and it explains what you need to write in your practical report or paper. But it also goes further, and explains how t-tests and regression are relatedand are really the same thingas part of the general linear model.

I have been teaching R to psychologists for several years and so I have been waiting for this book for some time.

The book is excellent, and it is now the course text for all my statistics classes. I'm pretty sure the book provides all you need to go from statistical novice to working researcher. Take, for example, the chapter on t-tests.

The chapter explains how to compare the means of two groups from scratch.

It explains the logic behind the tests, it explains how to do the tests in R with a complete worked example, which papers to read in the unlikely event you do need to go further, and it explains what you need to write in your practical report or paper.

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The best part? As a Chegg Study subscriber, you can view available interactive solutions manuals for each of your classes for one low monthly price. What if I violate an assumption? Robust regression: How to report multiple regression 7.

Categorical predictors and multiple regression 7.

Dummy coding 7. Regression with dummy variables What have I discovered about statistics? Background to logistic regression What are the principles behind logistic regression?

Assessing the model: R and R2 8.

Assessing the contribution of predictors: The odds ratio 8. Methods of logistic regression Assumptions and things that can go wrong 8. Assumptions 8. Preparing the data 8. The main logistic regression analysis 8. Basic logistic regression analysis using R 8. Interpreting a basic logistic regression 8. Model 1: Intervention only 8. Model 2: Intervention and Duration as predictors 8.

Casewise diagnostics in logistic regression 8. Calculating the effect size How to report logistic regression Testing assumptions: Testing for multicollinearity 8. Testing for linearity of the logit Predicting several categories: Running multinomial logistic regression in R 8.

Interpreting the multinomial logistic regression output 8. Reporting the results What have I discovered about statistics? Packages used in this chapter Looking at differences - 13 - 9. A problem with error bar graphs of repeated-measures designs Step 1: Step 4: Rationale for the t-test 9. The t-test as a general linear model 9. Assumptions of the t-test The independent t-test 9.

The independent t-test equation explained 9. Doing the independent t-test The dependent t-test 9.

Sampling distributions and the standard error 9. The dependent t-test equation explained 9.

Dependent t-tests using R Between groups or repeated measures? What have I discovered about statistics? Interpreting F ANOVA as regression Total sum of squares SS T Model sum of squares SSM Residual sum of squares SS R Mean squares Homogeneity of variance Planned contrasts Choosing which contrasts to do Defining contrasts using weights Non-orthogonal comparisons Standard contrasts Polynomial contrasts: Post hoc procedures and violations of test assumptions Entering data Exploring the data The main analysis Planned contrasts using R Independence of the covariate and treatment effect Homogeneity of regression slopes Are the predictor variable and covariate independent?

Interpreting the covariate Some final remarks Testing for homogeneity of regression slopes Calculating the effect size Reporting results - 16 - What have I discovered about statistics? Factorial designs An example with two independent variables Extending the regression model Total sums of squares SST The model sum of squares SSM The residual sum of squares SSR The F-ratios Entering the data Choosing contrasts Interpreting contrasts - 17 - Simple effects analysis Post hoc analysis Overall conclusions Interpreting interaction graphs Calculating effect sizes Introduction to repeated-measures designs The assumption of sphericity How is sphericity measured?