# Frequency Tables in R

This tutorial explains how to create and work with frequency tables in R. Frequency Tables: The Basics A frequency table is a table that shows how many…

# How to Create a Strip Chart in R

A strip chart is a type of chart that displays numerical data along a single strip. Similar to boxplots, strip charts can help you visualize…

# An Explanation of P-Values and Statistical Significance

In statistics, p-values are commonly used in hypothesis testing for t-tests, chi-square tests, regression analysis, ANOVAs, and a variety of other statistical methods. Despite being…

# Working with Titles in ggplot2

This tutorial explains how to add and modify plot titles in ggplot2. Adding a Title in ggplot2 By default, ggplot2 does not include a title…

# How to Use the Jitter Function in R for Scatterplots

This tutorial explains when and how to use the jitter function in R for scatterplots. When to Use Jitter Scatterplots are excellent for visualizing the…

# Understanding the Differences Between ANOVA, ANCOVA, MANOVA, and MANCOVA

This tutorial explains the differences between the statistical methods ANOVA, ANCOVA, MANOVA, and MANCOVA. ANOVA An ANOVA (“Analysis of Variance”) is used to determine whether or…

# An Easy Guide to Writing Functions in R (With Examples)

R has many built-in functions along with several others that you can access by installing and loading various packages. This means whenever you use R,…

# How to Create Date Sequences in R

To create a sequence of dates in R, we can use the seq() function, which uses the following syntax: seq(from, to, by, length.out) from –…

# A Simple Explanation of Bootstrapping in Statistics with an Example

This tutorial provides a simple explanation of the statistical procedure bootstrapping by using an example. Bootstrapping: The Background Suppose we want to know the average height…

# How to Find the Package Version Currently Loaded in R

The command packageVersion() can be used to find the version of a certain package that is currently loaded in R. For example, suppose we have…