FAI Report Analysis

Published: October 2021

This document includes the R code used to analyse the data in the statistical briefing ‘Nothing to See Here?’. Not all data was analysed; the focus was on the statistical significance of findings.

Author: Dr Ben Matthews, Stirling University.

Authors / Editors

Dr Ben Matthews

University of Stirling

Research Themes

Punishment, Citizenship and Communities

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