When to use what test
Statistical tests are integral for research, but choosing the most appropriate test for a particular situation is tough. This resource guides researchers by telling what test to use according to the purpose of the study. It gives a classification of all the tests, starting with Univariate Descriptive tests. Then it talks about more complex tests like Chi square and Manova, which are a part of the Bi- and Multivariate Inferential Tests classification. Statistical tests that explore relationships and group memberships between variables are explored next. The guide also has a statistical decision tree, and a list of conditions, based on which researchers can easily select a test that is the best fit for a study.