jamovi: multi-file import and templates

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In many areas, multiple data sets need to be combined before data can be analysed. An example of this is experimental data in the field of psychology, where a data file is produced for each participant. This blog post (actually a video), introduces multi-file import available in the 0.9.6 series of jamovi.

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Learning statistics with jamovi – a free introductory statistics textbook

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learning statistics with jamovi (lsj for short) is a basic, introductory statistics textbook that presents most of the topics typically seen in an introductory psychology course at undergraduate level. It is completely free to download, use, and adapt — released under a creative commons CC BY-SA 4.0 licence. Although it is geared towards psychology, the content and material is also relevant to other disciplines, for example health sciences and public health. Download lsj over here.

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Transforming and recoding variables in jamovi

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Computed variables have been available in jamovi for a while now. Although great for a lot of operations (e.g., calculating sum scores, generating data, etc.), they can be a bit tedious to use when you want to recode or transform multiple variables (e.g., when reverse-scoring multiple responses in a survey data set). Today we’re introducing ‘Transformed variables’, allowing you to easily recode existing variables and apply transforms across many variables at once.

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