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<p>You are right David. I was able to get basic statistical data such as<br />
mean, std deviation etc directly in MS word. But was unable to find<br />
anything that would help to better analyse and draw infrerence from<br />
it. </p>
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Mon, 16 Mar 2009 04:34:28 +0000Sushant Bokilcomment 63414 at http://www.ixda.orgStatistical analysis in Morae
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<p>It depends what you mean by "statistical analysis". You can get your<br />
data out of Morae by right clicking one of your graphs (e.g. the time<br />
on task graph) and choosing "Export as > Data..." This creates a<br />
tab-delimited file that contains the raw data, the average, the min<br />
and max values and the standard deviation. But if you want more<br />
useful statistics like confidence intervals, then you're out of<br />
luck. My advice is to get your data out of Morae as soon as possible<br />
and analyse and present it with Excel or your favourite graphing<br />
package because Morae's graphing and analysis tools are too<br />
rudimentary for anything other than giving your data a casual<br />
once-over.</p>
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Fri, 13 Mar 2009 16:39:30 +0000David Traviscomment 63387 at http://www.ixda.org