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Common statistical tests are linear models (or: how to teach stats)
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README.md

This is the source code underlying the post Common statistical tests are linear models (or: how to teach stats). I explained it in this Twitter thread.

This is the main content:

  • index.Rmd is the Rmarkdown code which generated the post.
  • linear_tests_cheat_sheet.odt is a Libreoffice Writer document with the cheat sheet.
  • simulations folder are the simulations of the accuracy of the parametric approximation to non-parametric tests.

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