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neatStats: An R Package for a Neat Pipeline From Raw Data to Reportable Statistics in Psychological Science

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Doi: 10.20982/tqmp.17.1.p007

Lukács, Gáspár
7-23
Keywords: data processing , raw data , analysis , statistics , reporting
Tools: R
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Performing the entire transition from raw data to reportable statistics can pose difficulties: it takes time, it allows various mistakes (that may or may not go unnoticed), and there are no general guidelines on how to proceed with this task. One particularly useful tool for this transition is the R programming language. However, how to use R for this is not trivial, especially for novices. The present paper serves as a step-by-step yet fast tutorial on how to make all the steps from raw data files to all the statistics normally needed in a conventional psychological experiment (including ANOVA and t-tests). At the same time, it also introduces the R package \fontencoding {T1}\texttt {neatStats}, which was created for the very purpose of making these steps as easy and straightforward as possible.


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