by Quantide | Feb 21, 2017 | Articles, R blog, Raccoon - Statistical Models with R, Web Books

Download the Unbalanced and Nested Anova cheat sheet in full resolution: Anova special cases This article is part of Quantide’s web book “Raccoon – Statistical Models with R“. Raccoon is Quantide’s third web book after “Rabbit – Introduction to R” and “Ramarro – R...
by Quantide | Feb 1, 2017 | Articles, R blog, Raccoon - Statistical Models with R, Web Books

Download the 3-way Anova cheat sheet in full resolution: 3-way Anova with R cheat sheet This article is part of Quantide’s web book “Raccoon – Statistical Models with R“. Raccoon is Quantide’s third web book after “Rabbit – Introduction to R” and “Ramarro – R for...
by Quantide | Jan 12, 2017 | Articles, R blog, Raccoon - Statistical Models with R, Web Books

This article is part of Quantide’s web book “Raccoon – Statistical Models with R“. Raccoon is Quantide’s third web book after “Rabbit – Introduction to R” and “Ramarro – R for Developers“. See the full project here. The second chapter of Raccoon is focused on T-test...
by Quantide | Nov 7, 2016 | Articles, R blog, Raccoon - Statistical Models with R, Web Books

This article is part of Quantide’s web book “Raccoon – Statistical Models with R“. Raccoon is Quantide’s third web book after “Rabbit – Introduction to R” and “Ramarro – R for Developers“. See the full project here. The second chapter of Racooon is focused on T-test...
by Quantide | Oct 27, 2016 | Articles, R blog, Raccoon - Statistical Models with R, Web Books

This article is part of Quantide’s web book “Raccoon – Statistical Models with R“. Raccoon is Quantide’s third web book after “Rabbit – Introduction to R” and “Ramarro – R for Developers“. See the full project here. The second chapter of Racooon is focused on T-test...
by Quantide srl | Oct 18, 2016 | Articles, R blog, Raccoon - Statistical Models with R, Web Books

This article is the first chapter of Quantide’s web book “Raccoon – Statistical Models with R“. Raccoon is Quantide’s third web book after “Rabbit – Introduction to R” and “Ramarro – R for Developers“....