# Category R

Learn R programming for data analysis. From basics to advanced scripts, we cover it all.

## How To Run Multiple Moderation Analysis in R Like A Pro

In this lesson, we will learn how to run multiple moderation analysis in R. By exploring the impact of multiple moderators, we can deepen our understanding of the dynamics between our variables of interest and shed light on potential interactions.…

## How to Import a CSV File in R: 6 Easy Steps

In this lesson, we will learn how to import a CSV File in R. We are going to explore two convenient methods to achieve this: using the user-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) of R Studio and delving into direct coding…

## How to Import an Excel File into R: 6 Easy Steps

In this lesson, we will learn how to import an Excel File into R Studio in six easy-to-follow steps. Therefore, we will import the .xls and .xlsx Excel file formats using direct coding method and R Studio’s intuitive graphical user…

## How To Run Moderation Analysis in R with a Single Moderator

Diving into the world of statistics and eager to learn how to run moderation analysis in R with a single moderator? You’ve landed in the right place! Moderation analysis is an important statistical method that allows us to examine and…

## Normality Test in R: A Step-by-Step Guide

Performing a normality test in R is an essential skill for data analysts and statisticians alike, which helps to understand the distribution of data within a sample. Normality refers to a bell-shaped curve representing how frequently different values occur within…

## How to Run Mediation Analysis in R: 7 Easy Steps

Are you excited to learn how to run a mediation analysis in R? You’re in the right place! This comprehensive guide will walk you through every step of the mediation analysis in R using a dummy dataset of 30 respondents.…

## How to Find a Factorial: By Hand, Excel, R

Today, we’ll dive into something incredibly exciting – how to find a factorial. Before we get into the details, let’s briefly discuss factorials and why they matter. A factorial, typically represented by an exclamation mark (!), is the product of…

## How to Round Numbers By Hand, Excel, and R Easily

Welcome back to another exciting adventure in the world of numbers and pre-statistics. Today, we’re going to learn how to round numbers to X decimal places effortlessly. Lesson Outcome: By the end of this lesson, you should be able to:…

## What is Homoscedasticity Assumption in Statistics?

Hey there! If you’re new to the world of statistics and research, you might’ve come across the term homoscedasticity assumption and wondered what on earth it means.  Fear not! We’re here to break it down for you in a friendly,…

## How To Test Homoscedasticity in R: 2 Easy Methods

Hey there, data enthusiasts! Today, we will learn how to test homoscedasticity in R using 2 easy to follow methods: a visual method and a statistical test. The visual method involves plotting the residuals against the fitted values, while the…