Deborah has been an instructor in many areas: Computer, information technology, programming, advanced web design, Adobe Photoshop (and advanced Photoshop techniques), and the list goes on and on, including music theory, piano, flute, and her own HangoutQueen product, as well as coaching graduate students in how to collect and analyze statistics for Doctoral level research.… Continue reading Testimonials to Deborah’s Teaching Methods and Methodologies
You can also see this video on our video portal at Converting a .dat file into a .sav file format for SPSS along with other helpful videos (and more as we grow the library). Hopefully, this video will help you to be able to convert a .dat file to a .sav file for use in… Continue reading Converting Data Files for SPSS
What is this term that Deborah coined, “Histogram Blob?” Come find out and find out how to avoid getting one!
Why does this site exist? Because there are hurting and lost people out there and we just couldn’t stand by and do nothing. Maybe this isn’t the ultimate answer, but we care and share what we can.
We all have questions sometimes in life, right? Yes, even me. I don’t know everything! lol So, I set up a rough discussion area where you may ask questions. My specialty is inferential statistics. Please keep in mind that I do not have unlimited time. You know all the normal stuff with life, family, work, oh and writing that dissertation to complete my Ph.D. in I/O Psychology (which is really research-heavy, hence providing me opportunities to provide help in statistics).
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I know… you are all wondering where all of the wonderful content went! Actually, this is more of a placeholder domain and place to take you to get the REAL links. However, the tutoring is customized to YOUR needs. You list the areas where you need extra help and we prepare materials (including the recorded… Continue reading You Have Arrived… Graduate Level Stats Made Easy(ier)
As you all probably already know, I love downloading sample data from Andy Field’s site. If you would like to get your own sample data, to play with in SPSS, follow these directions and screen shots: Go to the companion site for the book mentioned below, the companion book. The book may cost money, but… Continue reading Data Files and Downloading Them in the Modern Browser