Quadstat.com provides statistical web applications that may be used to study and manage datasets.
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Select an App
Applications are used for statistical analysis. Refine the list by selecting one from the dropdown or type its name in the textfield to the left.
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Select a Dataset
Datasets are used to store results from an experiment or survey. You can choose a curated dataset from the dropdown or upload one of your own. You must be the dataset owner in order to edit the dataset.
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A list of recent queries sent to R for analysis are presented in this table. Queries sent anonymously are visible to everyone while queries sent as an authenticated user are only visible to the respective owner.
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View the Data
The contents of a dataset are visible on its homepage as seen here. Use the mouse to scroll and navigate to cells not immediately visible.
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Enter a numeric value as described. This may be an integer or floating point number.
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Enter a formula or other text as described by the input label.
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Submit data for analysis
Once the required number of columns have been selected, click Submit to send the current configuration to R for analysis. Until that time, the submit button will remain disabled.
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Each help box will give you instructions on how to use that particular app.
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Imported datasets are converted to CSV files which may be downloaded here. This file will be automatically updated when the owner makes changes to a cell in the grid editor. On this View page, all data is read-only. If you are the owner of this dataset, click Edit from the navigation menu to switch to the grid editor.
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The dataset description helps identify and understand the dataset in context.
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If you have additional questions or copyright concerns, contact the site administrator using the navigation menu at the top of the page. Guided tours are available on most pages.
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