About this BlogMy blog contains 100+ posts focused on psychology and statistics.
If you're new, check out the Site Map. Also, see the Search box, the Categories Section, and the Archive. The blog includes many posts on
- R and related technologies including reproducible research, knitr, Sweave, etc.
- LateX and related technologies such as beamer, markdown, BibTeX, pandoc, etc.
- Various scientific computing technologies including version control, operating systems, Vim, make, etc.
- Advice on scientific writing in psychology on topics like literature reviews, methods, results, discussions, etc.
- Statistics teaching resources including course notes for multivariate methods, a book on SPSS, and more.
If you have a statistics question that you want to ask me, feel free to follow this protocol.
My ResearchMy research interests are research interests are broadly at the interface of statistics and industrial / organisational psychology with particular interest in skill acquisition, performance, individual differences, psychometrics, and selection and recruitment.
See also my list of downloadable academic publications.
Other SitesI also produce content on a range of other sites:
- jeromyanglim.tumblr.com - This Tumblr contains a large number of smaller posts on topics like OSX, LaTeX, R, and more. An RSS feed is available here
- YouTube: Jeromy Anglim - I coordinate the delivery of a large collection of video lectures, mostly on R.
- Social Networks: Twitter: jeromyanglim, Google Plus: Jeromy Anglim, Facebook Page on Psychology and Statistics.
- github: jeromyanglim - I share code from a variety of data analysis and related projects on this site.
- Jeromy Anglim Deakin University staff profile
- Google Scholar: Jeromy Anglim provides citation and publication lists, but to download my articles see my publication page
- ResearchGate Profile also includes downloads for many publications.
- Stack Exchange: I am a big fan of the creative commons licenced question and answer sites run by Stack Exchange. In particular, you can read some of my work on the Statistics, cognitive sciences and psychology, and programming sites.