GAMLj is a jamovi module designed to estimate a wide range of linear
models, including the general linear model (ANOVA/Regression), the
generalized linear model (logistic, multinomial, Poisson, etc.), and
random coefficients models (mixed and multilevel models) for both
continuous and categorical dependent variables.
Ever wanted to try doing an evidential analysis? You may have found it difficult to find a statistical platform to do it. Now there is the jamovi module jeva which can provide log likelihood ratios for a range of common statistical tests.
Join the jamovi community, and contribute to translating jamovi!
Today there’s a new module available in jamovi: esci (effect sizes and
confidence intervals), developed by Bob Calin-Jageman and Geoff Cumming
As a newer module you will need a recent version of jamovi to install
esci-–probably 1.2.19 or above. You can refresh your install of jamovi
I was recently perusing several journals in psychology, looking for examples of bad graphics. One would think such an exercise would be quite simple. People are generally really bad at creating graphics.
But the problem was worse than I thought.