# Questions tagged [reporting]

Guidelines for presenting results of a statistical analysis in a research manuscript, presentation, or for general public.

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### How do I report the results of a multistate unordered categorical variable when there are no reference levels?

I have a dataset in which several of my variables of interest are a multistate categorical variable. These variables are not ordered: they refer to independent categories describing things like ...
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### Interpret Generalized linear mixed model output

I've built a generalized linear mixed model due to non-normal data (no transformation will make it normal). I'm new to mixed models and I'm unsure how to report the output in a paper. Here is the ...
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### How to Report the Results of a Quasi-Poisson Regression (APA)

What statistics (i.e. F-statistic, t-value, p-value, etc.) would be essential or desired when presenting a Quasi-Poisson regression. And if possible, how do you get these values in R if you have a ...
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### how to report - simultaneous tests for general linear hypotheses of contrast

Dear all, hi, I wanted to do contrast analysis and with this commands I got that table for contrast analysis ...
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### Using an APA format, how do I report an F-statistic with a value of 2.67e+30?

I am doing a statistical report on a regression model and my F-statistic is 2.67e+30. The values of my dependent and independent variables are expressed in dollars.
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### Presenting result of bivariate regression to general public

We have a simple unvariate linear model of woodpecker abundance vs elevation: woodpeckers ~ elevation The model reports significantly positive slope for elevation. ...
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### minimum total N (value for denominator) when calculating a percentage

I am presenting a lot of percentages in a report. I understand that when the denominator is a small number (say 2 people) percentages should be avoided altogether - e.g. presenting 1 out of 2 people ...
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### mean and standard deviation report in a paper

Basically, mean and standard deviation are reported as mean ± std in papers. But it often bugs me because the standard deviation is sometimes so big that, say, <...
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### Is it appropriate to report the mean, standard deviation and coefficient of variation for binary measurements?

I am reading an article where the authors reported the mean, standard deviation, coefficient of variation, minimum and maximum values for binary measurements/variables. In the summary table the ...
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### Reporting guideline for bayesian using pd and ROPE

In the bayestestR articles, I came across the reporting guidelines that they recommend “the effect of X has a probability of pd of being negative (Median = median, ...
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### Type II error: statistically nonsignificant but can be actually similar

I am analysing a rare disease, meaning that a low sample size is inevitable (n = 50 for one group in my case). And I came to a question described as follows. Could we somehow differentiate the ...
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### Reporting, figures: good practice to cut y-axes or not? [duplicate]

Figure 1 is easier for identifying the difference. However, sometimes the practice of cutting y-axes is not recommended. Which one to report?
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### Report glmer.nb - degrees of Freedom for the F-Statistics?

So far I fitted a glmer.nb Model for count data and would like to report the results. In some papers I have seen the F-Statistics as an option - but here I am not sure about the degrees of freedom ...
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### Lognormal model: reporting median or geometric mean

I have a bayesian lognormal model as follows (brms package): m = brm(y ~ 1, data = df, family = lognormal) Model was run with default priors. This is model's ...