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    Visualising hierarchical multiple regression

    I am a psychology student, so yes! Yes, I think that sounds like the best way, considering the R square change is the most useful element, so plotting that makes sense - thank you so much for your help (both of you!)
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    Visualising hierarchical multiple regression

    Oh, I'm sorry, I think I've got confused. Yes, it's the former, not multilevel modelling.
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    Visualising hierarchical multiple regression

    I have a few binary variables in the analysis though - 'does your father have a degree' (yes or no), the same for 'does your mother have a degree', and then 'I have female role models that are in STEM fields'.
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    Visualising hierarchical multiple regression

    I have produced an 'interest in STEM' variable produced from a factor analysis of 8 questionnaire questions, 'How would you rate your interest in [subject]' on a scale of 0-5. There were eight subjects, and using factor analysis, five subjects (including maths, chemistry etc) were factored into...
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    Visualising hierarchical multiple regression

    My data is looking at mathematics and what factors significantly increase or decrease interest in the subject, including age, gender, self-efficacy, that kind of thing.
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    Visualising hierarchical multiple regression

    Clustered data - sorry for the slow reply!
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    Visualising hierarchical multiple regression

    Hi everyone, Apologises if this is a stupid question, but I have been trying to find an answer all day and am not really getting anywhere. I have performed hierarchical multiple regression in SPSS and am unsure if there is any way to visually present the tables (in graphical form) so it looks...