Statistics

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Mean
Calculated by adding up all the scores in a given condition, and then dividing by participants in that condition. This is used with Interval / Ratio Data.
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Median
This is the middle value of a set of numbers that has been placed in numerical order. If even number add up two middle values together and divide by two. This is used with Ordinal Data.
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Mode
This is the value that occurs most frequently in any set of scores. This is used with Nominal Data.
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Range
This is the difference between the highest and the lowest score in any condition. This is used with any numerical data set.
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Standard Deviation
This is a measure of how spread out numbers are. It is the square root of the variance.
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Variance
This is the average of the squared differences from the mean.
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This is the middle value of a set of numbers that has been placed in numerical order. If even number add up two middle values together and divide by two. This is used with Ordinal Data.

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Median

Card 3

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This is the value that occurs most frequently in any set of scores. This is used with Nominal Data.

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Card 4

Front

This is the difference between the highest and the lowest score in any condition. This is used with any numerical data set.

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Card 5

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This is a measure of how spread out numbers are. It is the square root of the variance.

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