Creating Data Sets for Instruction: Examples with ChatGPT, JASP, and Jamovi, December 1, 2023
Dr. Justine DeSimone
Dr. Matt Howard
Dr. Misty Sabol
Instructors of doctoral courses on research methods and quantitative analysis often need data examples. These can be used for explaining important research design, sampling, and statistical analysis concepts. However, it can often be difficult to find real data that meets the goals of the topic, especially when multiple data sets with different properties are needed. Examples of such topics include relations among variables (e.g., correlations/differences in means), sample size, effect sizes, and violation of assumptions. New software is making data generation for these purposes more manageable. This panel session will demonstrate three tools that can be useful in this context: ChatGPT, JASP, and Jamovi.