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Spotlight on Roy Brooks (RB) Wiley

by STATISTICA on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 10:15 AM

I sat down with Roy Brooks (RB) Wiley  and he took a moment to discuss his use of STATISTICA.

Formatting Marked Cells in a STATISTICA Spreadsheet

by STATISTICA How-To on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 1:44 PM

Many procedures in STATISTICA automatically mark specific cells or blocks of cells in spreadsheets in order to "highlight" results (e.g., unusually high frequencies in a frequency table, statistically significant correlation coefficients in a correlation matrix, or statistically significant effects in an ANOVA table of all effects). In the following spreadsheet, notice that the correlations...

by tellingson on Monday, April 25, 2011 1:51 PM

While the technical details of data analysis are interesting, the way you present your results is often just as important as the technical content.

by ashankle on Monday, April 18, 2011 11:08 AM

I’m a horrible world citizen. Assuming one needs to know how to say more than “Where is the bathroom, please?” I can only speak one language. I can barely identify major countries on a world map, and I know very little about their currency, political systems, and standard of living. This is incredibly embarrassing, so it needs to change.

I thought I’d start with something simple and quantifiable: average high temperatures. I chose several cities that I wanted to learn more about, and I also plotted my current city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States. Because, once again, I feel the need to relate this information to me

Finding the right pieces to the puzzle

by ashankle on Monday, April 04, 2011 10:37 PM
I stayed home with my sick daughter today, and while she was resting and mesmerized by various episodes of talking animal shows on PBS Kids, my mind wandered to the obesity blog post I wrote a few weeks back and remembered there were some questions I wanted to explore. So while most people, given free time away from work, would have done - I don’t know - something fun, I surfed datasets on Census.gov. Sorry, guys, I’m taken.

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