[R] couple of how-to-do it in R questions regarding corelations and mean and SD of likert items
Richard M. Heiberger
rmh at temple.edu
Tue Mar 6 17:29:20 CET 2018
Please look at the microplot package,
install.packages("microplot") ## it will bring in lots of other packages.
Specifically look at the demo
The last item in that demo is an MS Word table with the text of the
question, some numerical information, and the likert plot all in the
This is essentially what you are asking for.
Please write me off-list if you need help applying this to your data.
I am planning a new release of microplot in a few days, and I would
like to verify that your example works smoothly.
On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 7:03 AM, faiz rasool <faiz7r at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear list, I have the following how-to-do it in R, questions.
> Suppose I have ten independent variables, and one dependent variable.
> I want to find the Pearson correlation of all the IVs with the DV, but
> not the correlation between the IVs.
> What I know so far, about R, that I have to type the cor () function
> ten times, each time requesting for a correlation between one IV and
> the DV.
> I was wondering that is there a way that I can accomplish what I want
> with a single function or a fewer line of codes.
> My final goal is to create a table in Microsoft word comprising of ten
> rows, each row for each independent variable and its correlation with
> the DV.
> Based on what I know, I’ll be typing cor (IV,,DV), ten times, and then
> typing the values in the table in MS Word.
> Secondly, I would like to create a table that provides the details of
> means and standard deviations, of multiple variables.
> The variables are ratings scores of likert type items. What I’d
> like to do is to construct a table, where each row has the question,
> its mean and standard deviation. I know that using the psych package,
> I can have the mean of each item in the scale, but, how to develop a
> table that has the item, mean, and SD on a same row? I do not know.
> Thank you for reading my questions.
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