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No. There is no limit. However, care should be taken with this. Since Statsframe makes analysis with all given variables, you might want to reduce the number of variables in your dataset, to only those you really wish to evaluate or analyze.

The Statsframe automatically defines the best test to use depending on the type of variables and their distribution.

To perform inference analysis, variables should be considered as factor. Thus, please select the option “stringsAsFactors” in the left sidebar and repeat the analysis.

The “stringsAsFactors” function turns text variables into factors. Depending on the type of analysis you are working on, Statsframe may need to consider the variable as text or as a factor.

To perform inference analysis, variables should be considered a factor. Thus, please select the option “stringsAsFactors” in the left sidebar and repeat the analysis.

If the first row of the imported data has an ID that will not be part of the analysis, the user can remove the option “Keep Column # 1” and the column will be hidden.

Categories: Data Input, General

No, all variables must have at least one value. If a variable in the dataset is empty, the Statsframe will abort, and the report will be incomplete. Please, remove empty variables.

Yes, Statsframe automatically checks if the first line matches the title. However, if the user does not agree with the software decision, he/she can remove the “Header” option on the left sidebar.

Categories: Data Input, General

Statsframe only accepts data in CSV format.

Categories: Data Input, General

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