# QSTEP: Statistical workshop

Teaching

A workshop designed to support students in their QSTEP statistical methods modules

QSTEP asked me to support their students in their statistical methods modules. The aim was to provide hands on R work with various statistical methods, as used in my Psychology PhD, including:

- Bivariate regression
- Linear Regression
- Multiple Regression
- Multinomial Logit
- Proportional Odds

A focus throughout the sessions were to consider why one model is chosen, what research question it addresses, and how to evaluate the models ability to capture (or failure to capture) the pattern in the data.

Links to the rendered output are below. For the original R markdown files see the link above.

File | Topic and HTML link |
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regression-1-1.Rmd | Basic introduction to bivariate regression |

regression-1-2.Rmd | Simple model evaluation |

regression-1-3.Rmd | Applied example using the British Attitudes Survey data |

regression-2-1.Rmd | Basic introduction to linear regression |

regression-2-2.Rmd | Basic multiple regression |

regression-2-3.Rmd | Applied example using the British Attitudes Survey data |

bridge.Rmd | Summary/catch-up workshop |

bridge2.html | Working with categorical data |