Statistics in Neuroscience

In neuroscience, statistics elucidate brain complexities, validate hypotheses, and refine treatments through data-driven insights. This series will provide you with more insights.

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4 minutes

How to Choose between Regression and Correlation

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Watch this video to learn about the similarities and differences between correlation and regression and the advantages of each.
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4 Minutes

How to Choose the Right Statistical Test

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This video provides an informative overview of how to choose the right statistical test in Prism for your analyses. Think of this as a decision-making framework for all your data analysis projects in Prism.
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4 Minutes

How to Perform Non-Linear Regression in Prism

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Prism’s nonlinear regression is an incredibly powerful and useful tool with many analysis options. Learn how to perform a nonlinear regression analysis in Prism and see how it can be used to analyze dose-response data.
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14 Minutes

Dose Response Case Study

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Dose-response experiments in the real-world are rarely straightforward. Learn about each of the parameters in the 4-parameter logistic model and how to identify and solve issues related to ambiguous models, unstable parameters, extrapolation, and outliers.
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8 Minutes

How to Perform a Kaplan-Meier Survival Analysis in Prism

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Learn how to correctly enter failure/censor times and perform a Kaplan-Meier survival analysis in Prism.
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12 Minutes

When to Use Principal Component Analysis (PCA) in Prism

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Principal Component Analysis is a powerful tool for data exploration and dimension reduction. If you have a dataset that you’re attempting to analyze, this video will help you decide if PCA is an appropriate tool.
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6 Minutes

How Principal Component Analysis (PCA) Works

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For many scientists, PCA is a black box technique. In this lesson, we delve into the primary method underneath PCA, which is the Singular Value Decomposition.
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5 Minutes

Fitting a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) Model

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This lesson walks you through the choices that you’ll need to make to fit a PCA model in Prism.

Understanding Your Principal Component Analysis Results

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There are a lot of output options for PCA, and in this lesson, we walk you through how to interpret the output. This includes tables of outputted information as well as useful graphics.
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5 Minutes

Principal Components Regression (PCR)

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If your data has too many columns and not enough rows to fit linear regression, PCR may be a good solution. It first fits PCA and then fits PCR on the principal components. Watch this video to learn more.
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6 Minutes

Repeated Measures ANOVA and How It Differs From Ordinary ANOVA

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Learn about some of the ways that repeated measures can appear in an experiment
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3 minutes

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2 minutes

Understanding One-Way ANOVA

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It’s easy to produce a p value, but it’s difficult to do good stats. This video walks you through what you should consider before running a one-way ANOVA.
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11 Minutes

How to Perform a One-way ANOVA in Prism

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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.
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11 minutes

Learn to Perform Repeated Measures One-way ANOVA in Prism

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Learn the steps required to perform a one-way repeated measures ANOVA, including how to correctly enter your data and specify where the repeated measures occur in your data.
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11 Minutes

Learn to Perform Repeated Measures Two-way ANOVA in Prism

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Learn when you should use a two-way ANOVA test, as well as the steps to performing the analysis.
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13 Minutes

Learn to Perform a Three-way ANOVA in Prism

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Learn the steps required to perform a three-way ANOVA, including the analysis choices and options available in Prism to help you extract the most information out of your three-factor experiments.
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10 Minutes

Regression Best Practices

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Regression is a powerful tool, but care needs to be taken when performing the analysis, making predictions, and interpreting the results. In this video, learn when it’s appropriate to use regression and how to avoid common pitfalls.
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4 Minutes

How to Choose between Regression and Correlation

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Watch this video to learn about the similarities and differences between correlation and regression and the advantages of each.
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4 Minutes

How to Perform Linear Regression in Prism

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Learn the steps required to perform a linear regression, including the analysis choices and options available in Prism to help you extract the most information out of your regression analyses.
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9 Minutes

How to Perform Non-Linear Regression in Prism

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Prism’s nonlinear regression is an incredibly powerful and useful tool with many analysis options. Learn how to perform a nonlinear regression analysis in Prism and see how it can be used to analyze dose-response data.
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14 Minutes

Learn to Perform Correlation Analysis in Prism

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Correlation is used to assess how strong the linear relationship is between two numeric variables. Learn how to perform a correlation analysis in Prism and how to correctly interpret the results.
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10 Minutes

How to Perform Simple Logistic Regression in Prism

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What is simple logistic regression and why do you need it? Watch this video to find out more!
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2 Minutes

Multiple Logistic Regression in Prism

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What is multiple logistic regression and why do you need it? Watch this video to learn more!
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2 Minutes

How to Fit a Regression Line of Subset Data on a Graph in Prism

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This video will walk you through how to fit a regression line to a subset of data while still graphing all of the data on a graph.
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10 Minutes

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