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comment Analysis of spatial data over time and space
This references will be a great help indeed. Thanks a lot!
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comment Analysis of spatial data over time and space
Thank you so much for the reference. I'll try to learn it and yes I understand that it will take time. But thanks for you hints.
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comment Analysis of spatial data over time and space
I am also quite concerned about the over-fitting problem that might occur by using the latitude and longitude as regressors.
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comment Which test should I run?
If you want to compare the smoker and non-smoker group, why don't you just use a regression instead? Actually 14 is a very small sample size for whatever you do to generalize your comment on the population. That is may be another problem.
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answered Likert Scale Analysis
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comment Probability understanding 52 C 5
Welcome @Pedro.Alonso :)
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comment Non significant Pearson correlations included in hierarchical regression?
You are most welcome @Simon
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accepted Comparing the effect of a treatment that was optional for its receivers
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comment Models and statistical methods for estimating populations?
I think for sampling with such sensitive issues, network sampling can be a good sampling method. Actually, there are many other methods. You may go through the sampling techniques and decide whichever may suit.