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Show me an analysis on R. Each of you has data from your labs. Load it into R and analyze it. Here are some hints.

1. Explore your data without worrying about tests or questions. What are some of the basic characteristics of your data. Make graphs, consider, means, medians, sd, quantiles, or other elements of structure.

2. What kind of questions do you have for your data? Is there a graph that shows the answer? Is a model helpful. If so, what kind of model, and what does model analysis reveal (or confirm).

Research Methods 3020