# Recent content by lindsey chan

2. ### is expected count for independent variable matters ?

I trying to run a multinomial logistic regression but i want to know does the expected count of each independent variable should be less than 5 before i run the test?
3. ### blank in goodness of fit test in multinomial logistic regression

I run a multinomial logistic regression with dependent variable BECK DEPRESSION INVENTORY LEVEL ( Six categories) and independent variable gender But i got nothing inside the sig column under goodness of fit test I then tried to run the test with BDI LEVEL with gender and year of study (four...
4. ### multinomial logistic regression

I tried to run a multinomial logistic regression with dependent variable (depression level - 6 level in total) and independent variable ( categorical, ordinal , ratio) total independent variables i had is 13. i try to run the test but the result seem quite unpleasant plus the SPSS told me...
5. ### Factors or covariates in multinomial logistic regression

I have ordinal variables where I ask the respondent to rate how frequent they go for a motivational talk ( 1: never, 2: rarely, 3: sometime , 4: often, 5: always ) and also their satisfaction towards their life ( 1: unsatisfied ............ 9:very satisfied) . So, as i know this kind of...
6. ### Which non-parametric test to use ?

But the problem is the BDI score is not normal. So maybe Spearman correlation instead ?
7. ### how to determine ?

My dependent variable is depression level. Can i know how to determine the amount of female and male that belong to a certain category of depression?
8. ### Which non-parametric test to use ?

Monthly allowance is a monetary value where respondents are require to fill in the amount by themself. I only measure the allowance n BDI once my sample size N=340 If possible i would like to use both of the score and level. But i'm not sure.
9. ### Which non-parametric test to use ?

I want to test the monthly allowance ( independt variable) in scale with Beck depression level (ordinal) or maybe Beck depression score (scale) The normality assumption is violated so I have to use non-parametric test but not sure what test should I use.
10. ### Interpreting boxplot in spss

Because I need to run the assumption test to check whether I can proceed with the next step with method such as multiple regression etc
11. ### Interpreting boxplot in spss

this is my QQ plot. My sample size is 340
12. ### Can I test linearity and homoscedasticity between a ordinal and scale / continuous data?

I want to use a scatter plot to test the linearity and homoscedasticity of my data set. My dependent variable is depression score which is continous and scale data. Can I test the linearity between depression score and categorical variable such as gender (1=female, 2=male)?
13. ### Interpreting boxplot in spss

I got this result for my boxplot to access normality in SPSS. Is it correct that I interpret the result for the normality as not normal and the box plot is left or positively skewed ? Should I state out the value for the quantiles too (Q1, Q2 , Q3 )
14. ### Normality is not assumed ( kolmogorov-smirnov sig level= 0.000)

Currently, I'm doing a research using Beck Depression Inventory on 340 respondents from my university. Before I apply any parametric tests, I tested the normality first, however the normality is not assumed. So, I wondering is the data really not normal or the way I analyze it have problem ...
15. ### System missing value

THANKS !!! I found the error already .