Join Yash Patel for an in-depth discussion in this video Interpretation of results, part of SPSS for Academic Research.
- [Instructor] In case you need it,…I've included the output as 03_04_output…in the exercise files, so let's take a look.…Let's start at the beginning.…We have a N of 50, that's the sample size,…and luckily we have no missing cases, so that's good news,…and planned (laughs).…So, if we looked at the descriptives,…again, we'll see that the mean is 64.37…and it gives us the confidence interval…and skewness and kurtosis, everything looks pretty good.…
I can also see that the standard deviation is 2.83.…Not too shabby, and it's another indication…that the distribution is probably normally distributed,…or at least not exhibiting severe kurtosis.…Now, if I check out the skewness…and kurtosis values more closely,…it looks like the data are skewed left ever so slightly,…and light tailed as indicated by the kurtosis value.…So, there's a little bit of distribution…that's in the tails, but to be honest,…these values aren't too extreme…and the distribution is fairly normally distributed,…as we checked out in the last video.…
- Quantitative vs. qualitative analysis
- Sample size considerations
- Normal distribution
- Estimating the population mean
- One-sample t-test
- Paired-sample t-test
- One-way and two-way ANOVA
- Repeated measure ANOVA
Skill Level Beginner
1. General Notions about Science and Research
2. Quantitative Research Fundamentals
3. One-Sample T-Test
4. Paired-Samples T-Test
5. Balanced One-Way ANOVA
6. Two-Way ANOVA
7. Repeated Measures ANOVA
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