Graduate Statistics Studio
Welcome to the Graduate Statistics Studio
The graduate statistics studio provides research and statistical consulting to all graduate students. We are able to meet with students here on campus or online (via ZOOM).
Fall 2019 Contact Information and Consultation Availability:
Location: Henry Madden Library, Graduate Study Center (Second Floor), Room 2119 (Click here for a Map)
Wednesdays: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursdays: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Book an appointment:
Online: See our calendar for details.
You are welcome to come to the Graduate Study Center to meet one-on-one with a statistics consultant. Each appointment is scheduled for 50 minutes.
Every hour the Graduate Statistics Studio is open may be considered a "walk-in" time. Students often do not use all 50 minutes of a session, and there are occasionally students who fail to show up for scheduled appointments. When studying in the Graduate Study Center and the Studio door is open, students are welcome to "walk-in" on the consultant; even if it's only for 15 minutes, it could be time well-spent.
Virtual Appointments: ZOOM
Any appointment at the GSS can be a Zoom appointment. Simply indicate this when the appointment is made, or email us the date and time of your scheduled appointment to let us know that you would like to meet via Zoom instead. We will email you a link to the Zoom meeting a few minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.
Zoom is an online meeting and conferencing platform that allows for audio and screen sharing. It is an easy to use and high-quality solution for those students who, due to distance and time constraints, are unable to physically meet with statistics consultants. If you would like more information about Zoom, please visit their website: www.zoom.us.
In the Graduate Statistics Studio, we are utilizing Zoom for one-on-one statistics consultations. We are implementing “Zoom only” and “Zoom hybrid” sessions. “Zoom only” sessions use the audio, video, and screen sharing features. “Zoom hybrid” sessions use the screen sharing features of Zoom along with audio via a traditional phone line. The hybrid session accommodates students who may not have a microphone-enabled computer. In this instance, the consultant will invite the student to the online Zoom meeting and will also call the student on the phone.
Group Sessions In-person / via Zoom
A block of time (1-4 hours) is scheduled for open study hall environment. Students are encouraged to collaborate with other students and ask questions of an on-hand consultant. The computers in the Graduate Study Center are available for use and do have SPSS. Students are encouraged to bring their laptops, as well. Sessions will be held in the GSS (HML 2120). the Graduate Study Center, or in The Collaboration Hub (HML 2145), depending on space and availability. Stay tuned for future sessions!
Warming up with Excel
Thinking Ahead (Excel)
Excelling with Pivot Tables (Excel)
Introduction to SPSS
T-tests in SPSS
Correlation and Causation in SPSS
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) in SPSS
Research Process Workshop Series
|Finding a Research Interest||Creating a Research Question||Writing a Method Section||Reliability and Validity||Results vs Discussion|
Fresno State students have free access to Qualtrics, a web-based survey tool. Further information including training videos and the link to set up an account can be found are available online.
INTRO TO SPSS
SPSS DATA INPUT AND DATA OUTPUT
SPSS DATA SET PREPARATION
9. Missing data
10. Recode variables
11. Compute dummy variables
12. Compute an average of variables
13. Standardize variables / compute Z-values
15. Selecting cases - Overview
15a.Selecting Cases - Step 1 Defining Criteria
15b. Selecting Cases - Step 2 Output
16. Merging data sets - Overview
17. Merging data sets - adding cases
18. Merging data sets - adding variables
*Please use the Data Set Document (Excel) to understand following videos.
BEFORE YOU START (ADD-ONS)
Before you start, please make sure you see the videos and update your settings in Excel.
Meet the Staff:
Nathan Wong is in his second year of the General Experimental Psychology program. He studies human behavior through research, data analysis, and statistics. He enjoys comparing groups, discovering patterns, and visualizing information. Nathan values a personalized consulting experience and wants to help students understand their data