Rosetta Stats is a statistics chrestomathy. It illustrates how common analyses can be conducted in a variety of statistical software packages. Rosetta Stats is available at https://rosettastats.com.1
Note that this is not a textbook about statistics. It doesn’t explain which analysis is appropriate when, nor provide the relevant background or specify each analysis’ assumptions. A number of excellent Open Access statistics textbooks exist already, such as Learning Statistics with R (https://learningstatisticswithr.com) or the jamovi version of this book (https://www.learnstatswithjamovi.com).
The authors of this book are less important than its content. Therefore, they are listed at the end, in Appendix 30.
Note that the website that was the original Rosetta Stats is still available at https://psytext.github.io/rosettastats.↩︎