I have a bunch of data about myself, and I’d love to see if there are any real correlations between them.
I haven’t found any great tools for it. It appears that the fancy pants folks who “learned a bunch of statistics” so they can “know what they’re doing” and not “completely abuse the tools” use things like R and SPSS. Other folks use things like Exist.io which would be perfect if I could enter my own data into it…
I ran into a post by Nick Winters, http://blog.nickwinter.net/cold-showers-tested, where he uses Statwing, and it looks like a cheatcode so I can be somewhat fancy without investing a lot of time.
Statwing appears to have been acquired and may not actually be a real solution anymore either, so I turn to you.
I have a few semesters of stats under my belt, and I try to use “stats thinking” frequently, but I would have a very hard time doing hypothesis testing for example due to the length of time it has been since I have done anything like that. Is looking for a quick tool for this stuff going to end up with fake correlations due to caveats I’m forgetting?
If you are a fancypantser, if I have the raw data, how long would it take to get up to speed to be able to do things like this? https://www.instagram.com/p/Bj_VTVGhKT6/?taken-by=anomalily
I’m proficient in Excel and Python and Linux and CLI wrangling.
Is there a new slick tool like Statwing I should be looking at?
Is there a better forum for this question?