OCBE Wiki Pages
Help for self-help
The aim of these Wiki pages is to provide a list of recommended resources (at OCBE, UiO and online) to help you get started with your data analysis projects.
We are not aiming to provide an exhaustive list of all available online resources. Rather, we want to be a guide in the «online jungle» by pointing out good starting points for specific research questions.
We also provide links to guidelines and overview articles, which are particularly relevant for medical researchers.
Please note that these are external links created and owned by others. We cannot take responsibility for the contents of these external webpages.
Recommended Online Resources
- General resources:
- UCLA statistical consulting group: http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat
- More links (to statistical software etc):
- Introduction to data analysis with SPSS:
- UCLA SPSS starter kit: http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/spss/sk/default.htm
- List of software for sample size calculations:
- Guidelines for clinical research:
- EQUATOR reporting guidelines for studies in medical research: http://www.equator-network.org/reporting-guidelines
- Series of Statistics Notes in the British Medical Journal:
- The importance of reproducible research:
- Reproducible research with SPSS: How to save your data analysis as an SPSS script
- Making reproducible research easier with R and Rstudio:
Further OCBE Wiki pages
- Introduction to sample size calculations
- Introduction to data analysis with SPSS
- How should data be formatted for data analysis?
Introductory course in SPSS
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