WHAT: Introductory Level Statistics & SPSS Help for 4000, 4170 Undergraduates.
N.B. 1) This is not a statistical tutoring service and does not replace or supersede course directors’ or TAs’ help in this area – who are your primary support. ****This service is not appropriate nor available to / for 3000 / 2000 level courses or for assignments.****
2) GROUPS – members of 4170 groups must each make their own individual 1/2 hour Stats Advising Booking.
For your assistance we have prepared a list of Stats Tutors you can hire. Please refer to this list of Stats Tutors.
Note that each session is limited to half hour. Please try to have your data on a USB card, so your booked time can be maximized!
Statistical Advising for Undergraduates has finished for the F/W 2014-15.
Summer 2015: TBD
WHERE: BSB Hebb Computer Lab: Please speak with staff at the PRC Reference
Desk in BSB 160 for booked appointments and availability of Drop-In sessions.
N.B. 1) This is not a statistical tutoring service and does not replace or supersede course directors’ or TAs’ help who are your primary support.
2) This is “Introductory Level Statistics & SPSS Help for 4000, 4170 Undergraduate Theses” and is not appropriate nor available to / for 3000 / 2000 level courses or for course assignments.
3) GROUPS – members of 4170 groups must each make their own individual 1/2 hour Stats Advising Booking, group bookings are not possible.
4) Please try to have your data on a USB drive to gain maximum benefit from your booked session.
- Only one 1/2 hour appointment per week may be booked; however, un-booked time slots can be picked up on the day. Check with the Stats advisor.
- You will get a confirmatory e-mail in approximately 48 hours (N.B. e-mail is checked Monday – Friday, not weekends!).
- Pre-booked appointments are preferred.
- Click on your preferred date and time.
The Statistical Consulting Service (SCS) at York University offers FREE workshops and drop-in statistical consulting exclusively for 4th year students enrolled in PSYC 4000, 4001, 4170, and 4175.
If you have questions about research designs, setting up your study, or statistical analyses stop by the consulting office (BSB 162B) – Changed to Tuesdays 2:45 pm – 4:45 pm (effective April 2015). Workshops will be held on topics of interest throughout the fall and winter semesters.
Drop-in Individual Statistical Consulting: Changed to Tuesdays 2:45 pm – 4:45 pm in BSB 162B
QUESTIONS? Email: Victoria at email@example.com
***Students MUST register by completing the registration form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org with their full name, email address, and course/section*** Space is Limited
Winter Semester: (Registration is MANDATORY, spots are limited)
Data Analysis with SPSS (Jan. 30, 2015, 2:30-4:30, HNES B02, Health Nursing & Environmental Studies Building). While the first workshop covered data manipulation and data sets, this workshop will look at implementing basic/common tests.
Writing Up Your Results, with APA Style (Feb. 27, 2015, 2:30-4:30, BSB 159 Hebb Lab). This workshop provides tips for writing, specifically for presenting methods, statistical results, and the relation between statistical results and research questions.
- An Introduction to SPSS
- Friday November 14th, 2014 – 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Location: BSB 159, Hebb Lab
To register for the workshop, complete the form…
(1) Get the link and other useful information at http://psyc.info.yorku.ca/statistical-consulting .
(2) Go to http://tinyurl.com/mxy83h7 .
Questions should be directed to Victoria at email@example.com
Are you a 4th year student in PSYC 4000, 4001, 4170, or 4175?
York’s Department of Psychology and Statistical ConsultingService (SCS) are jointly offering free workshops and drop-in statistical consulting (on research design & data management/analysis).
No registration required for drop-ins.
Statistical Consulting Services (SCS), a unit of the Institute for Social Research, also offers statistical consulting services for students conducting thesis projects.
Such students should first try to resolve their questions with Victoria Ng [ ‘mailto:’ “firstname.lastname@example.org” ], who is the designated, statistical consulting TA for PSYC 4000/4001/4170/4175, prior to booking appointments with the SCS.
Drop-in sessions start September 22, 2014, and occur on Changed to Tuesdays 2:45 pm – 4:45 pm in BSB 162B.
If appointments with the SCS consultants are to be made (again, only after having contacted Victoria), see http://www.isr.yorku.ca/scs/index.html, access ‘AppointmentQuest’, and select “Make Appointment for Honours Thesis Students”.
SCS site for full details: http://www.isr.yorku.ca/scs/index.html
LIST OF SERVICES – (Hebb Lab / PRC)
|Exploratory Data Analysis:
– Understanding your data
– Checking for statistical assumptions
– Selection and Interpretation of Inferential Statistics
Comparing Two Groups with t tests:
– One- Sample t Test
– Independent Samples t Test
– Paired Samples t Test
Correlation and Regression:
– Bivariate Pearson and Spearman Correlation
– Simple Linear Regression – Multiple Regression
Statistical Computing Support:
– IBM SPSS 19 (formerly PASW)
– R 2.9 – Microsoft Excel 2007
|Analysis of Variance:
– One Way ANOVA
– Factorial ANOVA
– Repeated Measures and Mixed ANOVA
– Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA)
– Post Hoc Multiple Comparisons Tests
– A priori contrasts
Nonparametric Statistical Test:
– The χ2 Goodness of Fit
– The χ2 Test of Independence
– The Mann-Whitney U test
– The Wilcoxon Matched-pairs Signed-rank test
– The Kruskal-Wallis H Test