# Help pages for SOCR Analyses

This is a general help for the SOCR Analyses included in the list of analyses.

### Introduction

These interactive analyses applets allow you to:

- Enter data. Currently there are three ways available to obtain data:

- Using the SOCR built-in example datasets by first clicking on the
**EXAMPLE**and then the**DATA**button. They are from various commonly used college and graduate level statistics textbooks. Please see each Analysis Help pages for specific references. - Use random dataset generated by the SOCR Analyses
**RANDOM EXAMPLE**button. - Copy from a text file with data or a spreadsheet.

- Calculate various statistics, critical values and p-values.

- The
**MAPPING**button must be clicked to map the variables, e.g. assigning variables to either the regressor or the response, in a simple linear regression. - After all the above it set, the
**CALCULATE**button generates statistical results.

- Summarize the results.

- The
**RESULT**button leads to statistical results such as summary statistics and parameter estimates. The form and

contents of the result depends on type of analyses.

- The
**GRAPH**button displays data scatter plots, regression diagnostics, etc.

- If you don't like something you did, or want to clear a previous example, use the
**CLEAR**button. Note that this also clears out the data you entered earlier.

### Special User Interface for the Normal Power Analyses

The Normal Power Analyses use a different set of buttons: **SELECT PARAMETERS** and **COMPARE CURVES**. More details are provided in the Power Analysis for Normal Distribution tutorials.

### Tutorials

Tutorials are available for the analyses of:

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