Where can I find journals that uses statistical analysis of an experiment?
When using the Baker Library to find journal articles, go to the library's homepage (https://sites.google.com/a/baker.edu/online-resources/home) and click on Find Articles & Databases. You are now able to select a subject and then a database. The subject you are studying will determine the database you select. For example, if you are looking for medical experiments, then you would select the medical section and pick a database from the list on the right (CINAHL, Nursing Resource Center, etc.)
Once you have selected a database, try using the "peer-reviewed" option when you search; this should limit your searches to high-quality, academic sources.
For finding statistical analysis, there are a couple of options. You could try adding a keyword like "ANOVA" to your search that refers to a specific type of statistical analysis, or you could look for methods, results, and discussion sections of the article by adding "methods", "results", and "discussion" to your search as keywords.
For more information, please contact your Campus Librarians.