Quadstat provides statistical web applications that may be used to study, analyze and manage datasets.
All public data can be found in the first tab. Click a hyperlink to view the dataset.
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.
Data that you have personally uploaded will appear here for easy reference.
You can choose a curated dataset from the dropdown menu to analyze. Most of these datasets come from the R distribution.
Datasets you upload will appear in this dropdown menu. You can also choose Inline Data to instantly paste values without an account. Creating a dataset with an account allows you to store and share data for later use.
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.
Use Analysis Application to gather output directly from R.
Use Learning Application to receive custom help on various educational topics that would be suitable for high school and college statistics students.
The contents of a dataset are visible in the grid. You may need to scroll with your mouse to see cells not immediately visibile.
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Enter a numeric value as described. This may be an integer or floating point number.
Enter a formula or other text as described by the input label.
Recent queries submitted by site users appear here. This includes all public output from analysis and learning applications.
Every group on Quadstat can be found here. Create a group to add students, private data and output from operations.
Select a column by clicking on its header. This will tell Quadstat which data to use in analysis
Groups that you specifically belong to appear here.
If you would like to specify a license that goes along with the analysis you may select one here. If you have a license that is not listed please contact Quadstat.
To declutter the workspace, click Clear. This will remove the results highlighted in green from the latest analysis request.
If you would like to share the results via PDF, checkmark this box to automatically generate a PDF with the request. This will add additional processing time to the request.
When Shorten is checkmarked, a webpage hosted by Quadstat will be created based on the results of the analysis. A URL shortlink to that page will be provided to easily share with others on the web.
Select a learning or analysis application from the dropdown to receive output from the dataset listed on this page.
Once the required number of columns have been selected, click Submit to send the current configuration to R for analysis.
Each help box will give you instructions on how to use that particular app.
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 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.
The license for the dataset is stated here as selected by the author. If you suspect copyright infringement please contact Quadstat using the nagivation bar at the top of the page.
The dataset description helps identify and understand the dataset in context.
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