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    ANOVA Posthoc: Any way I can do posthoc with groups of less than 2 people?

    Yeah that's what I thought of doing but wanted to make sure that it's the proper way to go... Thanks a lot!
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    ANOVA Posthoc: Any way I can do posthoc with groups of less than 2 people?

    yeah but what about the other groups? There's about 10 groups and only 2 of them are non-calculable. The variance between the other groups, no way to get it?
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    ANOVA Posthoc: Any way I can do posthoc with groups of less than 2 people?

    Hi. As the title says, I'm trying to run a post-hoc (I am accustomed to using Tukey, I don't know why) for a one-way-ANOVA, but I have about 10 groups and I think 2 of the groups has 1 people, and 2 groups have 2 people in it, each. So SPSS doesn't let me do it. It says: "... because at least...
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    Logistic Regression Interpretation help

    Oh goodie. Thanks!
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    Logistic Regression Interpretation help

    Can I do that? According to this website, you can use a one-way ANOVA, spearman's rho, or an ordinal logistic regression to test the strength of the relationship between an ordinal variable with more than two levels and an interval/ratio variable. My ordinal variable has 8 or 9 levels. It says...
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    Mapping variables

    yeah, makes sense.. thanks.. make 32 colums, do the math, etc...
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    Mapping variables

    Hi All. I have 5 dummy variables. They are either True or False. I have around 400 participants. I want to see how many people responded True to each and every possible combination. So, for example, I want to know how many participants responded True to V1 (variable 1), V1 and V2, V1 and V2 and...
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    Logistic Regression Interpretation help

    Hi. I have two variables which I want to find the correlation coefficient of. One of them is ordinal the other interval, so I used logistic regression. I want to present the strength of this relationship next to another relationship(basic pearson correlation) so I just want the r reported. Does...
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    which test for 4level categorical IV and continious IV?

    Thanks, ill take a look at these more in more depth.. Although the first step was not vey encouraging: Kolmogorov-Smirnow and Shapiro-Wilk are both at 0.0, so looks non-normal? Even at population size 272, I gotta check this? And on SPSS, I'd input 4 dummy variables for my first IV(4 levels)...
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    which test for 4level categorical IV and continious IV?

    you mean the min and max? 3-13 for the second one; 20-149 for the first one I mentioned. Thanks a lot.
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    which test for 4level categorical IV and continious IV?

    Here's the graph of the continious IV. Does this help? I'll try doing a multiple regression with assumption testing :)
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    which test for 4level categorical IV and continious IV?

    Thanks. I felt it was positively skewed but looks normal to me.. Here it is. Population size: 272
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    which test for 4level categorical IV and continious IV?

    Correction. I corrected the original post as there was no information on the continious IV. Please help! :)
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    Comparing results of two different tests measuring correlational relationship?

    Hi its me on this particular message again. Can you elaborate on how to find the r^2 on the relationship between A and B. Coding A as a dummy variable, how? Many Thanks.
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    Comparing results of two different tests measuring correlational relationship?

    :) Oh Ok. I just wanted to make sure I understood correctly due to english not being my native language.. Best..
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    Comparing results of two different tests measuring correlational relationship?

    Thanks for the response. So I can use liner regression for the first one and Spearman correlation for the second one. And when I square the Spearman's coefficient, I'll be able to compare the strength of relationship between the two. But.. Spearman correlation is noted by (rho).
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    Comparing results of two different tests measuring correlational relationship?

    Hear this. I have three scales Scale A, B, and C. I want to compare the strength of relationship between Scale A and B, and between Scale B and C. Details: Scale A: Actually, this is not a scale. This is just 1 question with 4 nominal answers. What type of family do you have? Authoritarian...
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    RWA and political spectrum. Cont IV - Categorical DV

    will check this out. it looks neat. thanks!