Mark Goss-Sampson’s manual “Statistical analysis with JASP: A guide for students” explains how to perform frequentist analyses in JASP. This manual has recently been updated to JASP 0.10.2.
The revised guide illustrates the workflow of the new interface in JASP 0.10.2 and discusses the new functionality. Figure 1 shows how the manual explains the new interface scaling.
Figure 1. An example page of Statistical Analysis in JASP. A Guide for Students, explaining the interface scaling in JASP 0.10.2.
The revised guide also explains the more extensive “Preferences” options, illustrated in Figure 2.
Figure 2. An example page of Statistical Analysis in JASP. A Guide for Students, illustrating the results preference options in JASP 0.10.2.
The guide includes an updated Descriptives section, which now includes the Interquartile Range (IQR), the Median Absolute Deviation (MAD), and the Shapiro-Wilk test.
In the new guide, the ANOVA section has been updated as well: the Sidak post-hoc test has been added, the explanations about the non-parametric ANOVAs have been extended (as is shown in Figure 3), and, for the two-way ANOVA section, post-hoc test for interactions have been incorporated.
Figure 3. An example page of Statiscal Analysis in JASP. A Guide for Students, illustrating the non-parametric ANOVA in JASP 0.10.2.
Finally, brand new sections in the guide are devoted to the Two-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA and ANCOVA. The sections include explanations of the input and output options, as illustrated in Figure 4 for the case of the ANCOVA.
Figure 4. An example page of Statistical Analysis in JASP. A Guide for Students, illustrating the section for the ANCOVA in JASP 0.10.2.
The updated guide is available on the JASP Materials page (click here to go directly to the PDF). We hope and expect that this manual will be helpful to teachers, students, and anybody who wants to use JASP for statistical inference. If you have any suggestions for improvement, feel free to let Mark know!
Goss-Sampson, M. A. (2019). Statistical Analysis in JASP 0.10.2: A Guide for Students. July 2019. (Free PDF).