How to Perform Common Statistics in Prism

The Essentials Series

Learn the steps required to perform the most common types of analyses in Prism. Topics include selecting the right data table, navigating the analysis choices and results, and formatting and annotating your graphs. There are also plenty of tips and tricks along the way to help you use Prism more effectively and efficiently.

Presented by Dr James Clark, from the School of Cardiovascular Medicine and Sciences at King’s College London.

How to Perform a T Test in Prism

INSIDE THE VIDEO

Learn the steps required to undertake a t test in Prism. The video also features tips to help you more efficiently navigate and use Prism.

LENGTH

10 minutes

LEARN HOW TO:

  • Correctly enter your data for a t test
  • Analyze the results of your experiment
  • Format and annotate a graph of your results

How to Perform a One-way ANOVA in Prism

INSIDE THE VIDEO

Learn the steps required to perform a one-way ANOVA, including what analysis choices and options you will have to make about your experiment to perform the analysis.

LENGTH

11 minutes

LEARN HOW TO:

  • Correctly enter your data for a one-way ANOVA
  • Select the parameters for your analysis
  • Select the appropriate test
  • Format and annotate a graph of your results

How to Perform Linear Regression Analysis in Prism

INSIDE THE VIDEO

Learn the steps required to perform linear regression analysis of a data set in Prism.

LENGTH

9 minutes

LEARN HOW TO:

  • Select the appropriate analysis choices
  • Navigate the results tab of the analysis
  • Plot confidence or prediction bands
  • Format and annotate graphs of your results

How to Perform Descriptive Statistics in Prism

INSIDE THE VIDEO

Learn how to find out more about your data in Prism, including quartiles, median, SD, SEM, confidence interval, coefficient of variation, geometric mean, and more. In addition, this video will cover how to test for normality in your experimental data.

LENGTH

9 minutes

LEARN HOW TO:

  • Use Prism to perform statistics to describe your data sets
  • Select the appropriate normality test
  • Understand the results of descriptive and normality tests

How to Perform a Repeated Measures One-way ANOVA in Prism

INSIDE THE VIDEO

Learn when you should use a repeated measures one-way ANOVA test, as well as the steps to performing the analysis.

LENGTH

11 minutes

LEARN HOW TO:

  • Select the appropriate analysis choices
  • Navigate the results of your RM one-way ANOVA
  • View the summary results of your multiple comparisons test
  • Format and annotate graphs of your results

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