I am new here, so I hope this question is on topic and comprehensive. I understand a little bit about statistics, but my knowledge of what methods to use in real case scenarios is a rather limited.
I am wanting to statistically analyse whether a physical keyboard is faster and more accurate to type on than a touchscreen keyboard. I have completed a cross-over repeated measure experiment that contained a control (membrane keyboard and smartphone touchscreen kb) and a experiment (mechanical keyboard and tablet touchscreen kb) where subjects were randomly divided into groups, like the following:
Session 1 | Session 2 ----------------------------------------- Group A ---> Control | Experiment Group B ---> Experiment | Control
The data acquired provided me with a single metric that was the word per minute minus the percentage of errors (accuracy).
With the data how can i statistically analyse whether or not the physical keyboard is faster and more accurate to type on than a soft / touchscreen keyboard?
Is it even relevant to even have tested on the mechanical and tablet keyboard if all i want to obtain information regarding which input method has greater accuracy and speed?
Thanks in advance.