Tagged: Statistics

How To: Statistics – ANOVA

One thing that regularly stumps scientists is the handling of data. We seem to be very good at generating obscene amounts of it, but representing it meaningfully can be a little off putting if you don’t happen to be a bioinformatician....

Authority, Pseudoscience and Amy Cuddy

If you have stumbled upon TED talks or psychology news in the last five years, chances are you would have already read one of Amy Cuddy’s articles or watched her talks on ‘power posing’. Admittedly the argument that she weaves...

How To: Statistics – Two Sample and Paired t-Tests

One thing that regularly stumps scientists is the handling of data. We seem to be very good at generating obscene amounts of it, but representing it meaningfully can be a little off putting if you don’t happen to be bioinformatician. Let’s wet our toes with a simple One Sample t-test to see how we can easily incorporate statistical […]

How To: Statistics – One Sample t-Tests

One thing that regularly stumps scientists is the handling of data. We seem to be very good at generating obscene amounts of it, but representing it meaningfully can be a little off putting if you don’t happen to be a bioinformatician....