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Optimal alpha web calculator

September 28, 2014

Thanks to Leanne Baker and the R package ‘Shiny‘ from the makers of RStudio, the long-awaited, much anticipated optimal alpha web calculator is now up and running for t-tests, ANOVA, regression/correlation, and Chi-squared tests!

The optimal alpha web calculator can be accessed here:

Optimal alpha web calculator

Here’s a screenshot:

screenshot t-test

Try it out and let me know what you think!

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