A common task faced by researchers is the creation of APA style (i.e., American Psychological Association style) tables from statistical output. In R a large number of function calls are often needed to obtain all of the desired information for a single APA style table. As well, the process of manually creating APA style tables in a word processor is prone to transcription errors. This package creates Word files (.doc files) containing APA style tables for several types of analyses. Using this package minimizes transcription errors and reduces the number commands needed by the user. Examples are provided in this documentation and at http://www.StatsCanBeFun.com.
Bugs and feature requests can be reported at: https://github.com/dstanley4/apaTables/issues
A package overview can be obtained using the command:
Currently, the following tables can be created:
Correlation tables - Correlation tables (with confidence intervals and descriptive statistics) are created from data frames using
Single "block" regression tables - Single "block" regression tables are created from a regression object using
Multiple "block" regression tables - Multiple "block" regression tables are created from regression objects using
ANOVA tables - An ANOVA F-table can be created via
apa.aov.table from a regression object (i.e. lm output or aov output). Cell mean/standard deviation tables for 1- and 2-way designs are created from data frames using
ezANOVA tables from ez package - An ANOVA F-table from ezANOVA output can be created via
Standardized mean difference (i.e., d-value) tables (with confidence intervals and descriptive statistics) illustrating all possible paired comparisons using a single independent variable are created from data frames using
|Author:||David J. Stanley [email protected]|
|Maintainer:||David J. Stanley [email protected]|
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