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Peace Studies

Crunching Your Data

Once you have your data, you'll probably want to perform different statistical tests on that data. You might use programs like SPSS or Stata to run tests like Chi Square, t-tests, or regression analysis. Interpreting these results can be confusing, to say the least. The link below can help guide you through the basics of those tests and interpreting their outputs.

Data and Statistics

Peace, Conflict, and Nonviolence

General, U.S.

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