# Analyzing Data

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*[[When to use univariate versus multivariate statistics?]] | *[[When to use univariate versus multivariate statistics?]] | ||

*[[If my correlational data is not linear, what do I do?]] | *[[If my correlational data is not linear, what do I do?]] | ||

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* [[Descriptive Statistics | What are "Descriptive Statistics"?]] | * [[Descriptive Statistics | What are "Descriptive Statistics"?]] | ||

* [[Inferential Statistics | What are "Inferential Statistics"?]] | * [[Inferential Statistics | What are "Inferential Statistics"?]] | ||

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'''Data Screening''' | '''Data Screening''' | ||

* [[Purpose of Data Screening | What is the purpose of data screening/cleaning?]] | * [[Purpose of Data Screening | What is the purpose of data screening/cleaning?]] |

## Revision as of 02:15, 22 November 2016

^{Statistically analyzing and interpreting your collected data}

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