Writing a thesis?
Your thesis will be consulted by future scientists who will want to know the details of your research.
Is is important your thesis contains:
- appropriate statistical analysis
- graphs with measurement errors and standard errors
- appropriate statistical tests
- weighted regressions and fits
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Turn a good thesis into a great thesis with KaleidaGraph!
Visually compelling graphs and detailed data analysis bring clarity to your important findings. Use KaleidaGraph to quickly and easily: create plots, add error bars, perform statistical analysis, generate curve fits, and produce statistical tests.
- Graph your data in minutes using a core set of plot types familiar to everyone in a data intensive profession.
- Complete your regression analysis with one of our nine standard fits, or add your own formula, and apply our flexible error bars.
- Use KaleidaGraph’s comprehensive set of parametric, non-parametric, and post-hoc statistical tests to analyze your results.
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Need help writing your thesis?
Below you will find a list of links which provide advice on writing a thesis. We hope you find this list helpful.
- How to write a better thesis – a book by David Evans
- Enjoy writing your science thesis or dissertation: a step by step guide to planning and writing dissertations and theses for undergraduuate and graduate science students – a book by Daniel Holtorn
- Writing a thesis – a web article from the Dartmouth Writing Program
- How to write your thesis – a web article from Columbia University
- Thesis editing and proofreading services – a web site by BioScience Writers
- The 15 most common thesis writing mistakes – a web article from Sparrow Papers
- Thesis writing: a guide for students – a web article from Sparrow Papers
- English writing services
- How to write a PhD thesis – a web article from the University of New South Wales
- Thesis & Dissertation writing and editing consultants
- Creating a thesis statement – a web article from Purdue University
- Open thesis – Open Thesis is a free repository of theses, dissertations, and other academic documents, coupled with powerful research, organization, and collaboration tools.