"Numbers are like people; torture them enough and they'll tell you anything" goes a quotation. Sometimes, too much of data could leave you crippled, especially when you are not good in figures. For researchers, it never hurts to have some basic knowledge of statistics and online calculators like this, would come in handy.
GraphPad, the makers of 'Prism' have posted this online utility where the following analyses can be performed online, without having to worry about downloading softwares, licenses and installations...
Fisher's, Chi square, McNemar's, Sign test, CI of proportion, NNT (number needed to treat).
Descriptive statistics, detect outlier, t test, CI of mean/difference/ratio/SD, post tests.
Statistical distributions and interpreting P values
Calculate P from t, z, r, F or chi-square, or vice-versa. View Binomial, Poisson or Gaussian distribution. Correct a P value for multiple comparisons and Bayes.
Assign subjects to groups, simulate data.
Chemical and radiochemical data
Create and convert molar solutions, convert moles & grams, radioactivity calculations.
Also, check out the Graphpad library, loaded with biostatistics resources.
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