Video: Computing Central Tendency and Variability in JASP

Concise video (9:50) from Research by Design in which, “We walk through the steps to identify three measures of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) using JASP. This is an excellent introduction to JASP software and some of the functions that we will use throughout the introductory statistics course.”

(7:41) “We will learn how to convert Excel data so that it can be opened in JASP as a .CSV file, then how to use JASP to get measures of variability. You will learn both the numeric displays of variability and the graphic display with a box plot, along with explanations of how central tendency and variability help us to understand data.”

If you’d like to have any of the files used in the video, you can access them here.

You can find other videos from the Statistics with JASP for Beginners series here.

To download JASP (it’s free!), you can click here.