# Indrajeet Patil

#### 11 packages on CRAN

Extension of 'ggplot2', 'ggstatsplot' creates graphics with details from statistical tests included in the plots themselves. It is targeted primarily at behavioral sciences community to provide a one-line code to generate information-rich plots for statistical analysis of continuous (violin plots, scatterplots, histograms, dot plots, dot-and-whisker plots) or categorical (pie and bar charts) data. Currently, it supports only the most common types of statistical tests: parametric, nonparametric, robust, and bayesian versions of t-test/anova, correlation analyses, contingency table analysis, meta-analysis, and regression analyses.

Collection of functions to run statistical tests across all combinations of multiple grouping variables.

Provides functions needed for data cleaning and formatting and forms data cleaning and wrangling backend for the following packages: 'broomExtra', 'ggstatsplot', 'groupedstats', 'pairwiseComparisons', 'statsExpressions', and 'tidyBF'.

Multiple pairwise comparison tests on tidy data for one-way analysis of variance for both between-subjects and within-subjects designs. Currently, it supports only the most common types of statistical analyses and tests: parametric (Welch's and Student's t-test), nonparametric (Durbin-Conover test Dwass-Steel-Crichtlow-Fligner test), robust (Yuen<e2><80><99>s trimmed means test), and Bayes Factor (Student's t-test).

Statistical processing backend for 'ggstatsplot', this package creates expressions with details from statistical tests. Currently, it supports only the most common types of statistical tests: parametric, nonparametric, robust, and Bayesian versions of t-test/ANOVA, correlation analyses, contingency table analysis, and meta-analysis.

Provides helper functions that make it easy to run 'BayesFactor' package tests on a data which is in a tidy format. Additionally, it provides a more consistent syntax and by default returns a dataframe with rich details. These functions can also return expressions containing results from Bayes Factor tests that can then be displayed on custom plots.

Convert fitted objects from various R mixed-model packages into tidy data frames along the lines of the 'broom' package. The package provides three S3 generics for each model: tidy(), which summarizes a model's statistical findings such as coefficients of a regression; augment(), which adds columns to the original data such as predictions, residuals and cluster assignments; and glance(), which provides a one-row summary of model-level statistics.

Lightweight package for computing different kinds of correlations, such as partial correlations, Bayesian correlations, multilevel correlations, polychoric correlations, biweight correlations, distance correlations and more. Relies on the easystats ecosystem (L<c3><bc>decke, Waggoner & Makowski (2019) <doi:10.21105/joss.01412>).

A tool to provide an easy, intuitive and consistent access to information contained in various R models, like model formulas, model terms, information about random effects, data that was used to fit the model or data from response variables. 'insight' mainly revolves around two types of functions: Functions that find (the names of) information, starting with 'find_', and functions that get the underlying data, starting with 'get_'. The package has a consistent syntax and works with many different model objects, where otherwise functions to access these information are missing.

Utilities for processing the parameters of various statistical models. Beyond computing p values, CIs, and other indices for a wide variety of models (see support list of insight; L<c3><bc>decke, Waggoner & Makowski (2019) <doi:10.21105/joss.01412>), this package implements features like bootstrapping or simulating of parameters and models, feature reduction (feature extraction and variable selection) as well as functions to describe data and variable characteristics (e.g. skewness, kurtosis, smoothness or distribution).

Utilities for computing measures to assess model quality, which are not directly provided by R's 'base' or 'stats' packages. These include e.g. measures like r-squared, intraclass correlation coefficient (Nakagawa, Johnson & Schielzeth (2017) <doi:10.1098/rsif.2017.0213>), root mean squared error or functions to check models for overdispersion, singularity or zero-inflation and more. Functions apply to a large variety of regression models, including generalized linear models, mixed effects models and Bayesian models.