Research Matters


November: Reference category and interpreting regression coefficients in R by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
May: Simple Data Simulations—in R, of course by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
February: Data Analysis Perspectives: Revisiting the Flea Circus—Data Analysis Perspectives and Computing in R by Richard Herrington, Ph.D.


December: Linear Mixed Models Revisited by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
October: Introduction to RStudio by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
June: Equal sample means are not sufficient to infer equal groups in a population by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
April: Science is a difficult enterprise, but it is worth it by Richard Herrington, Ph.D.
February: A more efficient and consistent way of fitting PLS structural models: A better alternative to SEM than traditional PLS by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.


December: Data Analysis Perspectives by Richard Herrington, Ph.D.
October: A new recommended way of dealing with multiple missing values: Using missForest for all your imputation needs. Originally published July 2014, by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
August: Statistical Resources, Update, Version 5 by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D. and The Torpedo that Sank Least Squares: The Data Strike Back, Part 1 by Richard Herrington, Ph.D.
June: Explicit Bayes: Working Concrete Examples to Introduce the Bayesian Perspective by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
April: Plotting Geographical Data: A Brief Introduction by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.
February: Statistical Resources, Update, Version 4 by Jonathan Starkweather, Ph.D.

Research and Statistical Support, R&SS

Previous articles appearing in Benchmarks Online written by Research and Statistical Support consultants are available online.
Contact Information:  940-565-4066   |   General Academic Building, Room 535   |   R&SS Brochure, (.pdf, 299KB)

Consultants: Richard Herrington, Ph.D.

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