# StatsTest

## The Indie Hacker Grind (August Edition)

August has been a slow month for StatsTest content development, but we are almost to the finish line. We’ve posted a few times on social media and have received excellent feedback from researchers, analysts, and product managers on what we have developed so far. On the app side of things, we are about finished with […]

## Lots of Progress!

It’s been a month, so it’s time for another update. The past month has been pretty busy and lots of fun. Here is what we’ve been up to: I added another person to the StatsTest team. I wasn’t moving quite as fast as I wanted to, so I brought another person on board to help

## Focusing on the problem rather than the solution

I’ve been moving a bit more slowly over the holidays, but with the start of the new year I’m back at it again. I finished the proportional difference methods today, which means all of the “Difference” methods are now finished. This is 25 methods out of the total 45 methods projected for the StatsTest workflow–that’s

## Mapping Out An Intro To Stats Domain

StatsTest.com is making great progress. I just finished the 16th statistical method. All 16 of these methods fall under difference, meaning you want to see whether two groups are significantly different on your variable of interest, rather than relationship or prediction. All 16 of these methods also fall under continuous, meaning the variable that you

## Making Statistics Easy And Simple Is Not So Simple

This week I finished all of the one sample and two sample (continuous dependent variable) tests. Moving on, I just spent a few hours diving into ANOVA, ANCOVA, MANOVA, and MANCOVA analyses in all of their parametric vs non-parametric, repeated measures vs independent, covariate vs no covariate, multiple dependent variables vs single dependent variable, and

## Which statistical test should I use?

Visit Choose Your Test to answer a few questions to choose the appropriate test for your specific data and question. If you are interested in my process or reasoning in developing this, read on below. I’m scouring the web for statistical flow charts and introduction to statistics books to get a sense for what questions

## StatWing

In my exploration for other companies and websites devoted to easy-to-understand statistics and easy-to-use statistical software I came across StatWing: Efficient and Delightful Data Science. StatWing was created by a few Stanford graduates (plus a few others). They went on to get Y-Combinator funding in 2012 and were acquired by Qualtrics in 2016 (who were

## Hello World, this is StatsTest

StatsTest is meant to be extremely user-friendly and practitioner oriented. The goal of StatsTest is to enable anyone that needs to run a statistical test to understand which method they should be using, what assumptions come along with the method, and why the method is the best way to analyze their data. Most stats resources