Statistics, figures, tables, and reporting results using Excel
Here, using Excel and Word, I show you how to move from raw data to descriptive and inferential statistics, to figures, to tables, and to reporting in a results section. This was created for a lab that I teach, hence all of the references to the class.
Further, I wanted to say that with this data, the statistics presented are not the most appropriate as I should rather conduct a two-way mixed ANOVA. However, this analysis was out of the scope of the assignment this was designed for.
- Independent and dependent (paired) t-tests
- Cohen's D
- Confidence intervals
- Reporting in manuscripts