Question 1 Prepare a brief summary of the SPSS data file. This should be no= longer than one page (including tables and graphs) and should include appr= opriate quantitative/qualitative analysis of any six of the eight variables= in the SPSS data file. Question 2=20 Calculate a 90% and 99% confidence interval for the population mean for any= variable of your choice from the dataset. Discuss the relationship between= your confidence interval width and your confidence level. Which of the two= confidence intervals gives you the best result? Explain your answer.=20 Question 3 Create your own statistical tests to demonstrate your competence= in using each of the following: 1. Chi Squared Test 2. Independent Sample = T-Test 3. One Way Anova and Scheffe Test Make sure you present each test wi= th your Null and Alternative hypothesis and highlight the test value in you= r SPSS output that is used to determine your test result. Please finish by = clearly stating your test result.=20 Question 4 (Use regression analysis to build a model that estimates a custo= mer=E2=80=99s household income. Please include as many variables as you thi= nk appropriate in your model. Once you have completed your estimated model = of household income please discuss your model=E2=80=99s overall significanc= e, explanatory power, and each of the individual coefficients in your model= ..

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10/27/2016 9:59:53 PM

On Friday, October 28, 2016 at 12:00:06 AM UTC+2, abdou...@gmail.com wrote: > Question 1 Prepare a brief summary of the SPSS data file. This should be = no longer than one page (including tables and graphs) and should include ap= propriate quantitative/qualitative analysis of any six of the eight variabl= es in the SPSS data file. > Question 2=20 > Calculate a 90% and 99% confidence interval for the population mean for a= ny variable of your choice from the dataset. Discuss the relationship betwe= en your confidence interval width and your confidence level. Which of the t= wo confidence intervals gives you the best result? Explain your answer.=20 > Question 3 Create your own statistical tests to demonstrate your competen= ce in using each of the following: 1. Chi Squared Test 2. Independent Sampl= e T-Test 3. One Way Anova and Scheffe Test Make sure you present each test = with your Null and Alternative hypothesis and highlight the test value in y= our SPSS output that is used to determine your test result. Please finish b= y clearly stating your test result.=20 > Question 4 (Use regression analysis to build a model that estimates a cus= tomer=E2=80=99s household income. Please include as many variables as you t= hink appropriate in your model. Once you have completed your estimated mode= l of household income please discuss your model=E2=80=99s overall significa= nce, explanatory power, and each of the individual coefficients in your mod= el.

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10/27/2016 10:16:23 PM

On Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 6:00:06 PM UTC-4, abdou...@gmail.com wrote= : > Question 1 Prepare a brief summary of the SPSS data file. This should be = no longer than one page (including tables and graphs) and should include ap= propriate quantitative/qualitative analysis of any six of the eight variabl= es in the SPSS data file. > Question 2=20 > Calculate a 90% and 99% confidence interval for the population mean for a= ny variable of your choice from the dataset. Discuss the relationship betwe= en your confidence interval width and your confidence level. Which of the t= wo confidence intervals gives you the best result? Explain your answer.=20 > Question 3 Create your own statistical tests to demonstrate your competen= ce in using each of the following: 1. Chi Squared Test 2. Independent Sampl= e T-Test 3. One Way Anova and Scheffe Test Make sure you present each test = with your Null and Alternative hypothesis and highlight the test value in y= our SPSS output that is used to determine your test result. Please finish b= y clearly stating your test result.=20 > Question 4 (Use regression analysis to build a model that estimates a cus= tomer=E2=80=99s household income. Please include as many variables as you t= hink appropriate in your model. Once you have completed your estimated mode= l of household income please discuss your model=E2=80=99s overall significa= nce, explanatory power, and each of the individual coefficients in your mod= el. This looks very much like homework. Members of this forum (and others like= it) are generally unwilling to do homework for other people. They are oft= en willing to help, however, but only if the poster demonstrates that they = have had a good try at it, and if they describe specific things they are ge= tting stuck on. =20 So, what have you tried so far? And what specifically are you getting stuc= k on? HTH.

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10/27/2016 10:32:10 PM

On Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 6:32:19 PM UTC-4, Bruce Weaver wrote: > On Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 6:00:06 PM UTC-4, abdou...@gmail.com wro= te: > > Question 1 Prepare a brief summary of the SPSS data file. This should b= e no longer than one page (including tables and graphs) and should include = appropriate quantitative/qualitative analysis of any six of the eight varia= bles in the SPSS data file. > > Question 2=20 > > Calculate a 90% and 99% confidence interval for the population mean for= any variable of your choice from the dataset. Discuss the relationship bet= ween your confidence interval width and your confidence level. Which of the= two confidence intervals gives you the best result? Explain your answer.= =20 > > Question 3 Create your own statistical tests to demonstrate your compet= ence in using each of the following: 1. Chi Squared Test 2. Independent Sam= ple T-Test 3. One Way Anova and Scheffe Test Make sure you present each tes= t with your Null and Alternative hypothesis and highlight the test value in= your SPSS output that is used to determine your test result. Please finish= by clearly stating your test result.=20 > > Question 4 (Use regression analysis to build a model that estimates a c= ustomer=E2=80=99s household income. Please include as many variables as you= think appropriate in your model. Once you have completed your estimated mo= del of household income please discuss your model=E2=80=99s overall signifi= cance, explanatory power, and each of the individual coefficients in your m= odel. >=20 > This looks very much like homework. Members of this forum (and others li= ke it) are generally unwilling to do homework for other people. They are o= ften willing to help, however, but only if the poster demonstrates that the= y have had a good try at it, and if they describe specific things they are = getting stuck on. =20 >=20 > So, what have you tried so far? And what specifically are you getting st= uck on? >=20 > HTH. INDEED!!!! Try making it not so OBVIOUS that it is a homework assignment. = What have you tried? We used to have to do this shit by hand in the 80's.= =20 If you can't figure it out using SPSS you might consider a change of major? Maybe you need to read your textbook too?

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