Jeromy Anglim's Blog: Psychology and Statistics

Friday, June 12, 2009

Redmond Barry Building Views: 4 Seasons in One Day

A series of pictures from my office window.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Upcoming Conferences

I'll be attending a couple of conferences in Europe in early to mid July, 2009. So, if anyone who reads this blog will be attending, feel free to say hi.
  1. 11th European Congress on Psychology in Oslo: I'll be presenting a talk: "The effect of warnings on personality test faking in employee selection"
  2. Directions in Statistical Computing in Copenhagen

Normality and Transformations: A few thoughts

A lot of researchers ask me about normality and transformations. This post sets out some my advice on assessing normality and dealing with violations of the assumption.

Learning R for Researchers in Psychology

R is a powerful open source environment for statistical computing. This post provides a selective list of resources for getting started with R including thoughts on books, online manuals, blogs, videos, user interfaces, and more. At the end of the post are some R resources specific to researchers in psychology. (UPDATED 4th May 2011)