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SPSS...? List of Tables Table Descriptive Statistics of Variable 3 Table 2 Descriptive Statistics of Variable 2 5 List of Figures Figure Histogram of Variable 1 4 Figure 2 : Histogram of Variable 2 5 Figure 3 : Scatter Plot Between Variable 1 and Variable 2 6 **SPSS** Exercise **SPSS**, developed by IBM and officially known as IBM **SPSS** Software, is statistical software used for predictive analysis. This exercise was carried out to get familiarization with use of **SPSS** in data generation and statistical analysis. The data generated using **SPSS** is attached as appendix ‘A’ to this report. **SPSS** was used to carry out the descriptive analysis of the data...

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Group marketing project (SPSS)...Introduction to the Study There are many brands that have made their in the electronics industry over the years. Since electronics is a highlycompetitive market, the major buying decisions are made on the basis of word-of-mouth and experience. Considering the importance of these factors, providing convenience and durability to the consumers is necessary. Samsung is one of those brands which have managed to hold their own. And the fact that it does, drives one to think how the brand achieved this position and once achieved, how it retains its market share. These thoughts have lead to the selection of Samsung as our target retailer brand for market research purposes.
The research report under discussion is a group effort which aims... to the...

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SPSS...PY2008 Assignment s: Appendices will be accepted in either word or **SPSS** form, and as either partial or full copies of the outputs. Partial outputs will be accepted so long as the most relevant tables are present, as specified in individual questions below. When awarding marks for the appendices, the marker may use their own judgment regarding whether the appendices attached provide sufficient evidence that the student entered the data and performed the analyses correctly.
Rounding answers to either 2 or 3 decimal places will be accepted as valid.
p-values may be reported as exact figures, or with reference to appropriate thresholds. For example if p=.033, the student may report either p=.033 or p<.05; both are acceptable. Thresholds must... be appropriate however – if, for example,...

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SPSS Homework...**SPSS** Homework Q Levels of measurements The following table shows the variables with their corresponding levels of measurement. Table Variablesand their levels of measurement
Variable
Level of measurement
Rationale
Race
Nominal
Race is an identity that does not have quantity difference between its elements. The nominal scale that only identifies variables is therefore its appropriate measure.
Grade level
Interval
Level of education has a magnitude property with equidistant measure as grades have a difference of a year each. It therefore coincides with interval level of measurement that measured the two properties of direction and differences between equal intervals.
Offence
Ordinal
Different offences exist with...

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SPSS Assignment...health associated with structures had relation with incidence and pattern of traumatic injury.
Regression analysis equation for hypothesis testing
Where are coefficients and are the listed variables
Analysis is performed using **SPSS** software and results tabulated as shown below,
To test the hypothesis,
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Shockingly or unexpectedly, the results have shown no relationship between the listed variables and traumatic injuries. As a matter of fact, the findings show that none of the variables can be used to predict prevalence of post-traumatic injuries. With R= 0, we reject the hypothesis rightly and...

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SPSS...ONLY study in the environment to which they were assigned during the research period. At the end of the 7-week research period, mid-term GPA was computed for each student. A change score was computed for each student: each students spring midterm GPA was subtracted from his or her GPA for the preceding fall semester. The difference was each students GPA Improvement score. The GPA improvement score was used to measure academic performance.
Directions:
Using the **SPSS** 2 × 3 ANOVA data file for Module 4 (located in Topic Materials), answer the following questions. NOTE: Helpful hints are provided here for you to use while answering these questions. There is no separate answer sheet/guide to use while doing this...

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Spss-group 2 project...indicate their residence. Moreover, 106 of the juniors were males while the females were 74.
3. PART II: Cross tabs, hypotheses, Analysis & Strategy
3.1. Appendix a- crosstabs *see end of report FOR TABLES
In the 2nd part of this robust survey analysis, the **SPSS** software was utilized for performing a cross-tabulation analysis of 10 important questions answered by Juniors with 1 demographic variable, a second team mate also cross-tabulated the same 10 questions using a different single demographic variable. The 10 questions were all chosen from Section 3 of the survey and offered Likert- Scale type response options of 1 to 5, ranging from highly dissatisfied to highly satisfied. The response scales help to...

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Spss...**SPSS** Problems for Grade **SPSS** Problems for Grade The following table shows assets and sales for 16 large travelcorporations. Solve the following questions by using assets as X variable (5 points).
Require:
a) Draw a regression plot of the X and Y values
b) Calculate the least squares regression equation and explain the equation
From the co-efficient table, a = 2.289 and b = 0.765. Therefore, lease squares regression equation is:
Y = 2.289 + 0.765 X
The b value of 0.765 means that for each increase in the number of assets the total sales increase by 0.765.
The (a) value of 2.289 is the point where the equation crosses the Y-axis.
c) Calculate the correlation coefficient (r... , games...

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SPSS exercises...that one event will be rejected at 99.4%. This error can be controlled by using Tukey HSD. As shown in the table 2.8 and 2.9 below.
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Vicky conducted a study to evaluate time fathers spend playing with there disabled children. The study was analysed on **SPSS** and a two – way ANOVA was conducted to evaluate their difference in groups, according to gender and disability, and the time spend playing with the kid by their fathers. The population set was 60, the average time spend was 4.63 and a standard deviation of 2.47 as presented in Table 2.2 above.
Table 2.4 shows a F(2,54) = 27.140, p < .000, Eta square = .501 indicating as disability significant effect. F(1,54) = .232 with a p-value = .682 and Eta Sq = .004...

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SPSS-Analysis...MRes Business and Management, BQ7805 Advanced Quantitative Research Advanced quantitative research articles The two research methods that we will be looking at are Partial least squares path modeling (PLS-SEM) and exploratory factor analysis (EFA). The first method, PLS-SEM, was utilized in the research article “Influences of gender and product type on online purchasing” done by Pascual-Miguel, Agudo-Peregrina, and Chaparro-Peláez (2015). The second method EFA was utilized in the research “Customer loyalty in e-commerce: an exploration of its antecedents and consequences” done by Srinivasana, Andersona, and Ponnavolu (2002). Based on the factors being analyzed and the sample sizes for each of the two research papers, the data... Business and...

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