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I have been looking around on the net looking for the best way to do a post-hoc analysis for multi factor significant chi-square test, with no success.
I have a data-set of patients with different ...

I'm doing a PROCESS Model 4 mediation analysis, where:
X = Persuasion Knowledge (continuous)
M1 = Brand Attitude (continuous)
M2 = Brand Awareness, which consists of aided brand recall (dichotomous)...

I am dealing with a binary response (good/ bad) type data set of size 2153, which reflects a dependent variable. Out of these, only 67 are in favor of "bad" and the remaining are of "good". Also, i ...

I have missing data that I have done multiple imputation with. I want to then use the means or 'pooled' data from the five imputations to do a repeated measures ANOVA. It seems I can't do this in ...

I conducted a principal component analysis (PCA) with direct oblimin factor rotation in SPSS.
Because by that time I didn't know any better, I used the COMPONENT MATRIX for interpretation. I added ...

i am conducting a research, there are two mediators that are parallel to each other, the point is when i run correlation analysis, these two mediators also show correlation with each other, is there ...

Vote party – create a dummy variable so that those who voted for the Conservative Party are compared to a single reference group that includes all other voters.
So,
group 1 = reference variable
group ...

Background: Group A the control group uses a website 1. Group B the treatment group uses website B. The expected result is that Group B will have a higher understanding than group A. Hypothesis: The ...

I have two crosstabs and need to determine whether their differences are significant. Both tables have the same independent variable but different populations. E.g.,
The only test I know to do is to ...

For my PhD thesis I have to do a Principal Component Analysis (PCA). I didn't find it too difficult in Stata and was happy interpreting the results (I know there is a difference between factor and ...

What are the proper assumptions of Multinomial Logistic Regression? And what are the best tests to satisfy these assumptions using SPSS 18?

I would like to get help from an expert or anyone who knows about this. As a beginner in SPSS, I've googled the steps to do multinomial regression. I've decide to use multinomial because from what I ...

Hope you guys could help me with a question I've been stuck on for a while.
I'm currently writing my thesis on how MRT (the railway system in Singapore) accessibility affects prices of public ...

I have a question that I really appreciate if you help me to figure it out. I need to perform a mixed model in SPSS. However, I am not sure how to sort my data. I have subjects (id) as random factors. ...

I did a survey to know the attitude of customers towards various elements of direct banking channels. I have performed Principal Component Analysis on a set of 70 items and generated five factors. I ...

I conducted my analysis in SPSS as follows:
I fitted a generalized linear mixed model based on multinomial distribution with a logit link function.
I did that using repeated measures longitudinal ...

Statistics and I are mortal enemies.
I have an independent variable (gender) and four dependent variables (A,B,C,D). For each of the dependent variable, there were multiple questions with likert ...

Currently I'm using the SPSS expert modeler, the training series is a seasonal time series, with some values close to zero in each period, and I find that when the training series have a descending ...

My college supervisor for Psychology has advised me to use a GLZM (gamma family with a log link) to analyse my data set, on the basis that the response variable is 'all positive data, and is 'right-...

At this moment, I am busy running a Generalized Estimating Equations model in SPSS. Unfortunately, I cannot use an ordinary logistic regression as the conditions are repeated measures.
I asked people ...

I ran into problems when trying to double check SPSS ANOVA calculations with R. I am aware of the difference in defaults concerning the Sum of Squares, therefore I followed guidelines for aligning ...

I have two groups and two measurements for each group (pre and post intervention) and I need to test the influence of a third continuous variable that I assume moderates this relationship. After doing ...

I am currently doing a
a) linear regression with independent variable being binary, dependent continuous
b) multiple regression with independent variables being binary and continuous, dependent ...

Supposing we have 0,1 labeled samples, when I using SPSS to perform a binomial test, and to see if case 0 and case 1 has equal proportion(0.5), the software automatically pick a two-tailed binominal ...

Id like to run a non parametric test such as the Friedman test on a dependent variable of my 8 subjects who have done a task under four different conditions.
I only found examples of how to input the ...

I am bit lost with my SPSS output. I am doing research on change management and its success factors. I set up a model with two IVs (kommunikation (communication) and Task Scoping). Alter, Geschlecht ...

For example, if you wanted to find a correlation between smoking and weight change and your survey items ask: "How many days, in the past 30 days, have you smoked a cigarette?" (range 0 to 30) and "...

I am using a 2X3X4 design, which has the following ivs: Social Anxiety Scores(formed two groups,essentially high and low scores) 3 emotions and 4 gaze directions. I need to test if the groups are ...

Below is an excerpt directly from a paper that I am attempting to replicate. The 4 items are survey data collected on a likert scale and I have a sample of 150 responses. I would appreciate any help ...

I have a sample about the income of 110 households, and I want to see how owning a house is determined by the level of income. Or I want to see the effect of income on school enrollment for boys, ...

I am a beginner in data analysis and SPSS and I am struggling with this. I have 124 cases and 10 dependent variables. I am trying to find and group cases that have similar variable values (similar in ...

EDIT 1:
Thank you very much for your reply @gung. But let me reformulate my question. I collected data regarding age, gender, body mass index, blood pressure, smoking and diabetes from 200 people in a ...

What is the interpretation of the negative estimate ($b$ value) in an ordered logit regression?
That is, an "increase of one unit in the independent variable results in an increase or decrease of the ...

I have been advised to transform my predictor variables (scores on 3 different personality scales) before I run a binomal logistic regression. I have tried using zscores but I get errors when testing ...

I want to perform a MANOVA in SPSS as follows: i have a independent variable that consists of three groups (- of which the group sizes are not equal), and six dependent variables.
When checking the ...

I am attempting to analyse pre-existing data (using SPSS). I have one group of participants, 4 quantitative, non-parametric outcome measures, and am looking to see if there is a change in outcomes ...

I am using binary logistic regression to test this model:
logit(ρ1) = α + β1(INDDIR) + β2(INDCHAIR) + β3(BOARDSIZE) + β4(DIRSHIP) + β5(MEETING) + β6(EXPERT) + β7(INSTI) + β8(DEBT) + β9(LnSIZE) + β10(...

would really appreciate some help interpreting this output. Think I'm almost there, but just have a question about interpreting the sig. column:
This model aims to look at factors contributing to ...

I want to compare 2 independent variables, but the problem is that the first variable is normally distributed, while the second variable is not. What is the appropriate test in this case? Can I use an ...

I am using SPSS to analyze my data. It is multinomial regression I am using. I have 14 predictor variables of which 9 are categorical and 5 continuous. The response variable is categorical with three ...

I am conducting an independent research but am completely stuck on how to visualize my data.
So I am looking for a moderation effect of peer sociometrics (ex. negative nominations, social preference)...

Does anyone know how to automatically generate APA formatted crosstabulated Chi-Square tables in R or SPSS?
I haven't been able to find a satisfying solution so far. The closest one is APATables R ...

I'm analyzing a data set with following variables:
X: Continuous (IV)
Y: Continuous (DV)
M: Continuous (Mediator)
W: Categorical [0, 1] (Moderator)
To run moderated mediation analysis, I'm using ...

So I generated 15 conjoint analysis cards using SPSS orthogonal design (9 cards + 6 holdout cases), then tested only 12 of them (9 cards + 3 holdout), leaving the last 3 holdout cards forgotten in the ...

in need of some clarity (or charity, whichever way you look at it) - haha!
Running a linear mixed regression with two within subject variables each of which has two levels (AB, XY), with the DV as ...

I have 3 variables (2 are independent and 1 is dependent). All three variables are measured with questionnaires consisting of multiple questions recorded on 5 point scale. I want to perform regression ...

I am doing a Principal Component Analysis on some demographic data. I have extracted four principal components and I hope to find out how each component is characterized by the original variables. I ...

I am new in using SPSS and stuck with General Linear Model [which is just linear model] procedure.
I have 8 cognition variables like latency, thigmotaxis, spatial, quadrant, nt quadrant, proximity, ...

I'm performing a study on a large group of single participants, testing my categorical independent vars against future relationship status. My main IV has three categories: (type 1) no attraction, (...

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