FREE (!!!) Statistical Consulting

Have you ever wondered how you can calculate 95% confidence interval for effect sizes in SPSS? Have you ever wondered how many participants you need to achieve 80% power for a 2 IV SEM in Tetrad?
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Have you ever wondered how you can calculate 95% confidence interval for effect sizes in SPSS? Have you ever wondered how many participants you need to achieve 80% power for a 2 IV SEM in Tetrad? Well, I have. And when I had those questions, I really wished there was someone I can easily turn to who will give me an answer for free. One can dream, right?On some US campuses, the statistics department offers pro bono consulting. However, such services are by no means universal. Luckily, the Center for Open Science has just started a free (yes, really) statistical consulting service for everyone!Check out their webpage here: http://centerforopenscience.org/stats_consulting/I'm gonna write in a question now. You should too!

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