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## Mean Squared Deviation Calculator

Instructions: Enter the sample data below and this calculator will provide step-by-step calculation of the Mean Squared Deviation, using the form below; X values (comma or space separated) = Name of the random variable (Optional) Mean Squared ...

## R Squared to Adjusted R Squared calculator

Instructions: Use this calculator to compute the adjusted R-Squared coefficient from the R-squared coefficient. Please input the R-Square coefficient \((R^2)\), the sample size \((n)\) and the number of predictors (without including the constant), ...

## Adjusted R Squared Calculator for Multiple Regression

Instructions: Use this calculator to compute the adjusted R-Squared coefficient for a multiple linear regression. Please input the data for the independent variables \((X_i's)\) and the dependent variable (\(Y\)), in form below: Dependent variable ...

## Adjusted R Squared Calculator for Simple Regression

Instructions: Use this calculator to compute the adjusted R-Squared coefficient for a simple linear regression. Please input the data for the independent variable \((X)\) and the dependent variable (\(Y\)), in the form below: Independent variable ...

## Finite Population Correction Calculator

Instructions: Use this calculator to estimate the effect of a finite population on the calculation of the standard error. Please provide the standard deviation \((\sigma)\), the sample size (\(n\)), and the population size (\(N\)), in the form ...

## McNemar’s Test Calculator

Instructions: This calculator computes the results of applying McNemar's Test to paired nominal data, in order to assess the level of association between the paired responses, using the form below: Column 1Column 2 Row 1 Row 2 Significance level ...

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