The test found the presence of correlation, with most significant independent variables being education and promotion of illegal activities. Now, the next step is to perform a regression test.
Correlation is a statistical measure that helps in determining the extent of the relationship between two or more variables or factors. For example, growth in crime is positively related to growth in the sale of guns. Growth in obesity is positively correlated to growth in consumption of junk food. However, growth in environmental degradation is […]
In this article, the methods and techniques in choosing the appropriate models such as grouped tables and the corresponding graphs and plots are discussed.
The datasheet changes for every type of data table chosen. Out of the six, three were explained in the previous article, hence here contingency, survival, and ‘parts of the whole’ has been demonstrated for importing the data.
In this article, the basic interface of the GraphPad Prism is demonstrated. The demonstrations will indicate how to get started with the Prism software. In the previous article, a brief introduction to the software was discussed.
In the previous article, the main interface of the GraphPad Grasoftware was discussed, along with the pros and cons of every component. In this article, a random table is chosen and the tools and the statistics allowed by the software is discussed.