Articles by Mark White

Quickly Making an R Shiny Bingo App

May 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

During the lockdown of the city, game nights are happening on Zoom a lot. I was asked if I could code up a bingo game—about an hour and a half before game time. I’m sure there’s probably some type of bingo game programmed in Shiny already, but ... [Read more...]

A Function for Calculating Tidy Summaries of Multiple t-tests

April 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

The t-test is one of the most often used in psychology and other social sciences. In APA format, researchers are told to report the means and standard deviations of both conditions; the t-statistic, its degrees of freedom, and its p-value; and an effect size with confidence interval (generally Cohen’s ... [Read more...]

Simulating Data in R: Examples in Writing Modular Code

July 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

Simulating data is an invaluable tool. I use simulations to conduct power analyses, probe how robust methods are to violating assumptions, and examine how different methods handle different types of data. If I’m learning something new or writing a model from scratch, I’ll simulate data so that I ...
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Star Wars Fandom Survey, Part 5: Importance of Movie Characteristics

May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

Welcome from Part 1, where I talked mainly about methods; Part 2, where I discussed the three major types of Star Wars fans; Part 3, where I discussed sexism and political attitudes; and Part 4, where I discussed age and nostalgia. In this part, I will focus on age and nostalgia. As always, email ...
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