Originally Posted by Superb0bo
Just a point to remember here, 8 subjects (even with repeated measures) are probably grossly under-powered to generate precise estimates, especially about return to baseline. In general, drawing conclusions based on lack of significance "returning to baseline values within 24h (P> 0.05)" is incorrect.
When people who havent studied statistics do statistics <3
brb fitting linear models to everything
brb assuming results are homoscedastic and stochastic
brb basic as fuck hypothesis tests assuming normal distribution on everything
brb "but my r=0.8 and p>0.05 my model/hypothesis must be right"
gf who does social policy has to do a statistics for social science class, she hasn't done any maths since she was 15. Can't wait to see what kind of bullshit she pulls out of strata.
Do you know where I can learn more R? Course I did in it only used it for linear regression, but I found it pretty interesting and i'd like to learn more of it. Would like to learn VBA and SPSS to some level before I finish uni so I can have more bull shit on my cv.