Kurzy a Youtube kanály

Improving your statistical inferences (Daniel Lakens)

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Coursera kurz with Danielom Lakensom: "This course aims to help you to draw better statistical inferences from empirical research."


Improving Your Statistical Questions (Daniel Lakens)

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Druhý Coursera kurz with Danielom Lakensom: "This course aims to help you to ask better statistical questions when performing empirical research."

How to use the OSF for research projects (Timo Roettger)

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"This tutorial was part of the materials for a workshop on "Reproducibility in the Language Sciences", held in Cologne 2019. The materials for this workshop, including slides, scripts and documents are all publicly available here: https://osf.io/cjaqx/"


YaRrr! The Pirate’s Guide to R (Nathaniel D. Phillips)

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"This book is meant to introduce you to the basic analytical tools in R, from basic coding and analyses, to data wrangling, plotting, and statistical inference."

μ-Tube (Andy Field)

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"Videos to accompany 'Discovering Statistics Using ...' textbooks"


Statistics of DOOM (Erin M. Buchanan)

"YouTube channel to help people learn statistics by including step-by-step instructions for SPSS, R, Excel, and other programs. Demonstrations are provided including power, data screening, analysis, write up tips, effect sizes, and graphs. "

Webinar: Theory and Practice of Bayesian Inference Using JASP (Alexander Etz, Julia Haaf, and Johnny van Doorn)

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"In June, 2019, three JASP team members (Alexander Etz, Julia Haaf, and Johnny van Doorn) taught a webinar on Bayesian inference for The Society for Personality and Social Psychology. The webinar provides attendees with a friendly, gentle introduction to Bayesian statistics, and demonstrates how to perform Bayesian analyses using JASP statistical software"


Paul Meehl on philosophy of science: video lectures and papers

"Notes on Paul Meehl’s philosophy of science lectures".