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Does anyone have access to the following paper:
(There's some fancy fruit tea going for anyone who can help!)
Many thanks for your reply. The first one isn't freely available, but another member has kindly forwarded me the article.
I did have a check to see if I could access your requests before I even started this thread- but sadly I can't access either of them, sorry.
Thanks again for your help
Need the following 3 articles. Happy to post out some fancy fruit tea for anyone who can help!
Lowe, J Drasdo, N (1992) Patients’ responses to retinitis pigmentosa. Optometry and Vision Science 69:182-185.
Szlyk, Janet P.; Arditi, Aries; Bucci, Patricia C.; Laderman, Denice. Self-report in functional assessment of low vision. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, Vol 84(2), Feb 1990, 61-66.
ALVAN R. FEINSTEIN, M.D.; BRUCE R. JOSEPHY, M.S.; and CAROLYN K. WELLS, M.P.H. Scientific and Clinical Problems in Indexes of Functional Disability. Ann Intern Med. 1986;105(3):413-420.
Is anyone able to access the following papers. I usually put a request through the library but they've suspended interlibrary requests until the end of August!
I've not attended stats training yet so any help with this data analysis/stats query is much appriciated. I've been told to play about with my data (just started collecting, so don't have much of it yet) to recognise if there are any patterns/correlations.
I've processed one half of the data (results of a clinical test) and I would like to relate it to results from a questionnaire, but I don't know how where to start. I don't know how to process my questionnaire data, I don't know how to relate the two. I'm working just on Excel at the moment. Most of the data is on SPSS but I'm finding it hard to get my head round SPSS without the training. How can I relate these two variables?
I started a phd in April. Trying my best to keep on top of literature which seems to be the only thing going well. I was asked to write up a protocol 1 month in and relied heavily on similar previous studies because I didn't have the confidence make significant decisions that early on.
I just feel I don't know enough to make these decisions. I was asked to choose a particular device to purchase, and having never even used this type of device before, found myself unable to make an informed decision. I started data collection last week- recruitment is slow- which is another thing that's bugging me. But my supervisor requested I put my raw data in a spread sheet and start looking at transferring it also to SPSS. I've never used SPSS! and the university course on stats isn't until September!
My supervisor is really great btw, always up for meeting up/giving guidance. I guess I'm just feeling overwhelmed, out of my depth and often very useless!
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