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How To Create a Barplot

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How To Create a Stacked Barplot

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How To Create a Pie Chart

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How To Compute the Mean

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How To Create a Plot

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How to Compute the Median

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Boxplot

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Correlation Coefficient

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Cumulative Frequency Histogram

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Dotplot

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Hollow Histogram

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Numerical Summaries

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Pie Chart

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Plot

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Regression

Stem and Leaf Plots

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Visual Summaries

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Stages Genotype PgDFR PgCHS PgF3'5'H PgUFGT rutin naringin catechin epicatechin
Leaf Valenciana 0,437869061 1,283222843 1,826679704 0,391384891 95032079 112993 159971 32226
Leaf Valenciana 0,186523581 0,820046201 1,671757366 0,403049974 59276530 32769 198603 45224
Leaf Valenciana 0,312196321 1,147625674 1,12752405 0,379719807 87194046 72839 163044 21254
Flower Valenciana 16,79847003 5,470160579 3,357139197 1,630326518 79518 1947515 66404 1
Flower Valenciana 9,321436052 9,192840535 1,372989621 1,215476261 160537 1639156 22305 1
Flower Valenciana 1,844402074 2,22765206 1,113209718 3,401675348 1 1354894 36063 1
Unripe Valenciana 1,475623416 3,025337964 0,747528609 2,652161756 34428 5516316 1361165 59568
Unripe Valenciana 0,920018291 0,317701961 0,413888816 0,373857484 50362 4822896 1510364 76505
Unripe Valenciana 1,603954051 1,040414047 1,081168402 1,008541825 45363 5742564 1327386 65330
Ripe Valenciana 0,268413329 0 0,38869774 0,281173611 91572 1252207 300539 128204
Ripe Valenciana 0,322312396 0 0,729800246 0,60392705 98780 1383406 476528 153401
Ripe Valenciana 0,295362862 0 0,561454899 2,668649704 105734 1314323 353498 147542
Leaf Wonderful 0,298500396 1,037155942 0,751777202 0,811594665 46572082 84001 146043 22807
Leaf Wonderful 0,123314152 1,188997612 1,043796929 0,558358257 19653128 95139 91807 12162
Leaf Wonderful 0,280677392 1,340839282 0,980981709 0,305121848 27426454 80894 178243 34253
Flower Wonderful 20,47616093 8,720422492 1,092530821 2,831005369 1180514 1217402 51137 30994
Flower Wonderful 18,21020162 6,287298313 1,092530821 2,187674482 47290 1663532 124116 26329
Flower Wonderful 19,34318128 2,105971584 1,667781524 1,100197507 364525 1539837 95952 30084
Unripe Wonderful 1,752578126 1,5618157 1,399339189 1,592250988 95879 10400845 1947723 115229
Unripe Wonderful 1,927184762 2,404209695 1,131302552 1,721902302 97919 6752365 2010816 115836
Unripe Wonderful 2,101791398 0,76112644 0,863265916 1,303839246 99477 4075526 2041388 106416
Ripe Wonderful 9,936749536 20,19359171 1,663854717 1,757967528 299508 4108351 327768 231010
Ripe Wonderful 23,91234489 12,94761053 2,214431204 3,178777324 174900 4292645 477085 164093
Ripe Wonderful 26,29398846 22,15910482 3,552169204 2,837952395 176507 3898286 459830 159963

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  4. Enter a title for the dataset
  5. Choose a dataset input methods. Available options include:
    • Random data - this populates your dataset with random numbers between 0 and 100. You can specify the number of rows and columns for the random dataset.
    • CSV, TSV or TXT file - you will have the option upload a file within the current file size limit and also specify the header and whether or not the dataset is a contingency table. With contingency tables, the first column becomes a label for the rows. Currently with Picostat, there is limited support for contingency tables. Choose "Yes" to the Header option if the first line of the data contains titles for the rows. Also choose the Separator for the dataset. A separator is what breaks the data up. In some cases, a comma would separate data values in a row. You will also have the option to add documentation in the form keyboarded text and also uploaded documentation attachments. You can also specify a license for the documentation.
    • Copy and Paste. This selection contains many of the same fields as importing a file with an additional textarea to copy and paste data to.
    • Empty dataset. Start with a blank dataset and manually add data with the Picostat dataset editor.
    • Excel file - Choose this option if you would like to convert your Excel spreadsheet to a Picostat dataset. With this selection, you will have the option to specify whether to use the first row in the Excel file as column names. If you would like to choose a specific sheet to use, you can also specify with entering its name in the text input.
    • sas7bdat file - SAS is a powerful statistical software package that has its own proprietary file format. Choose this option if you are importing a SAS file.
    • SPSS sav file - SPSS is a statistical package owned by IBM. You can import SPSS files by choosing this option.
  6. Choose whether or not the dataset contains a header. Some of the dataset input methods allow you to specify whether or not a Header exists on the file. Sometimes dataset files contain a Header as the first row which names the columns. If you choose "Yes" to this, the first row in the dataset will become column headers.
  7. You can also add documentation and specify a documentation license. This can be used to help explain your dataset to those unfamiliar with it.
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  11. Submit the form. Once the form is validated, you will be redirected to the dataset homepage where you can choose to edit or perform statistical operations on the dataset.
How To Perform Statistical Analysis with Picostat
  1. Go to any dataset homepage. You can get a full list at the dashboard.
  2. Near the top of the page there will be two drop downs. One for analysis and one for education. Here we will choose Analyis. Choose from one of the following:
    • Numerical Summaries - Here you can get the:
      1. Arithmetic mean
      2. Median
      3. Quartiles
      4. Minimum and Maximum
      5. Stem-and-leaf plot
      6. Standard deviation and Variance
      7. IQR
      8. Cumulative frequencies
    • Plot - a plot of two columns on the cartesian coordinate system
    • Boxplot - a Boxplot (box-and-whisker plot) of a column.
    • Correlation Coefficient - Compute the correlation coefficient between two columns.
    • Cumulative Frequency Histogram - Display a cumulative frequency histogram
    • Dotplot
    • Hollow Histogram - Plot two columns on the same histogram with a different color for each column.
    • Pie Chart
    • Regression - Perform a simple linear regression and compute the p-value and regression line. Also plots the data with the regression line.
    • Stem and Leaf Plots - Plot a one or two-sided stem-and-leaf plot from one or two columns respectively.
    • Visual Summaries - plots the following:
      1. Frequency Histogram
      2. Relative Frequency Histogram
      3. Cumulative Frequency Histogram
      4. Boxplot (Box-and-whisker plot)
      5. Dotplot
  3. PDF - Check this box if you want to download a PDF of the output from the statistical analysis application.
  4. HTML - Check this box if you want a link to the HTML page created with the application.
  5. R File - Check this box if you want a link to download the R commands used to generate output from this statistical application. You should be able to copy the commands verbatim into R Studio or R to recreate the analysis.
How To Use Educational Applications with Picostat
  1. Go to any dataset homepage. You can get a full list at the dashboard.
  2. Near the top of the page there will be two drop downs. One for analysis and one for education. Here we will choose Education. Choose from one of the following:
    • How To Create a Barplot - This will show you how to create a bar chart after selecting a column with the mouse.
    • How To Create a Stacked Barplot - This application will show you how to create a stacked bar plot from a column vector.
    • How To Create a Pie Chart - This application will show you how to create a pie chart from a column of data
    • How To Compute the Mean - This application will show you how to compute the mean from a column vector
    • How To Create a Plot - This app will show you how to plot two columns in the cartesian coordinate system.
    • How To Compute the Media - This statisistical app will show you how to compute the median from a column vector.
  3. PDF - Check this box if you want to download a PDF of the output from the education application.
  4. HTML - Check this box if you want a link to the HTML page created with the application.
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