SSD for R is a set of functions written in R for the analysis of single-system research design data. R is open source (free of charge) and is compatible with Windows, OSX and Linux. It is a programming language applicable to statistical analysis and graphics. In order to use the functions in SSD for R, you will need to download R and RStudio. As mentioned, both programs are free and you will find links to them below. You can learn more about SSD for R in an article to that was recently published in Research on Social Work Practice.
Dr. Auerbach is the head developer of SINGWIN (2009), a more basic software package that accompanies Evaluating Practice: Guidelines for the Accountable Professional. It was also designed to analyze single-system research data. To learn more about us, click on the "About Us" tab.
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This is what you need to do to get started:
For a general overview of R and the SSD for R functions, see "Getting Started with SSD for R" located on SSD for R Supporting docs tab.