I usually use UCLA’s ATS page for applied stats needs. They have a large amount of annotated code and output for various programs. Results seem well-indexed by Google, so searching “technique software ATS UCLA” usually gets me a solution.
Thank you for your suggestion, Matt. This is really useful! In addition to all of the examples, they provide links to in-person or webinar consulting, help with dissertations, and even FAQ’s for particular areas of study.
Does anybody else use a site like this or a site that posts conventions in research methods regularly or any other world wide web information you use regularly?
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