Intellectus Statistics assist users to both learn statistics and effectively perform data analyses. The software provides a natural language writer, powerful statistical techniques, tutorials, and intuitive navigation.
With a few clicks, download a natural-language interpreted output in a fully editable, APA 7th edition formatted Word document, complete with APA tables, figures, and references. This output ensures that each test is accurately interpreted while omitting the time-consuming burden of formatting tables.
Intellectus Statistics is driven by R, allowing users to easily upload different file types (Excel, SPSS, SAS) or manually enter data, easily manage data, choose among 10 plots including interpreted control charts, and conduct sophisticated statistical analyses. The statistical analyses included in this software are descriptives (cross tabulation, frequencies, means), bivariate statistics (t-tests, ANOVA’s, correlations, non-parametric analyses), prediction (linear regression, logistic regression), prediction for identifying groups (discriminant, factor analysis, cluster analysis), structural equation modeling, CFA, and survival analyses.
Every data management task, plot, and analysis has a “tutorial” button. These tutorials guide users through that data analysis task. Intellectus Statistics is a better way to teach statistics as well as a student time-saver. The program auto-fills assumptions associated with each analysis, automatically dummy-codes variables, and provides post-hoc tests and interpretation of these assumptions that analyses require.
Intellectus Statistics also does a great job teaching statistics with its user-interface reminders: from defining the level of measurement for variables, to scroll-over functionality that refreshes students on what any given statistical technique does, and a custom glossary for the terms and symbols of each test performed.
Intellectus Statistics take ease of integration, data privacy and security, and accessibility, seriously.
Our services are for general use and are not capable of identifying or classifying any processed or stored information as Protected Health Information (PHI), HIPAA, or any other specific data type. Any processing of data with a specific classification is purely incidental and not required to use our services. We recommend that any sensitive data be de-identified prior to being uploaded to our services. The HIPAA Privacy Rule states that once data has been de-identified, covered entities can use or disclose it without any limitation. The information is no longer considered PHI and does not fall under the same regulations and restrictions as PHI. Click here for more information on de-identifying data.
We’ve made Intellectus Statistics accessible to those with disabilities by complying with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. § 794d). We accomplish this by ensuring our most critical services meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 and that our features follow its three principles.
You can view our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) here.
Intellectus’ accessibility uses the WAI-ARIA attributes extensively to allow screen readers to announce content to users. Special attention includes keyboard navigation in many places. For example, in the data editor we’ve made sure keyboard-only users can quickly escape the spreadsheet rather than having to potentially tab through hundreds of cells.
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Intellectus is more than a research platform; it was designed as a student-centered, instructional platform too. Support for the platform includes free faculty training, optional daily group consulting, and a free textbook.
Powered by R, Intellectus Statistics’ tests range from the simple to the complex, all with the simple ease-of-use, automatically generated assumptions, APA 7th edition tables and figures, and output interpreted in plain English narrative. All of the analyses have a curated set of how-to videos and glossary for each test conducted.
The data visualization options are equally broad, easy-to-use, and print-ready. Intellectus’ plots had users in mind in their creation. For example, correlations accompany scatterplots, and control charts have interpreted output for seven different rulesets.