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.
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.