Quadstat.com is an open-source project that provides a framework for statistical web applications and small dataset management.
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Select an App
Apps are used for statistical analysis. Refine the list by selecting one from the dropdown or type its name in the textfield to the left. The hyperlink will take you to the homepage for the app where you can preview different datasets for analysis.
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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 after logging in. Use the text input to left to narrow down your search. You must be the dataset owner 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 themselves.
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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
Click Submit to send the current configuration to R for analysis. Some apps do not require any additional input but selecting a dataset column may be necessary.
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This help box will give you an idea of how R will process your data request. Not all the information may be relavant.
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Imported datasets are converted to CSV files which may be downloaded here.
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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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