Minimum Standards for Reporting UniODA Findings

Paul R. Yarnold

Optimal Data Analysis, LLC

As the number of researchers using any statistical method and the domain of disciplines they represent increases, the opportunity for and likelihood of the development of disparate traditions for the reporting of analytic findings also increases. The great advantage of establishing a minimum set of standards for reporting findings obtained using any method—is that researchers from all fields will be able to easily and clearly understand the fundamental statistical results of any study reporting findings using that method. This note discusses a tabular presentation of the minimum information which is required in order to understand a UniODA analysis.

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