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    How to convert my output into a suitable table for ANOVA or Kruskwallis testing on SPSS?

    Hi guys, Let's say I have asked an individual to classify images according to 3 fruits that he sees : apple, banana and kiwi. Then, I want to assess whether there are significant differences between the frequencies of each classified fruit (there are more instances, this is just an example). I...
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    TF-IDF WEKA GUI Output?

    I am using WEKA GUI to determine TF-IDF using unigrams and bigrams. I have used the "stringtowordvector filter) on my csv file and placed the following options to TRUE: IDFTransform TFTransform OutputWordCounts and Tokenizer: N-gram tokenizer-max2-min1 However, after applying these to my data...
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    Agreement between raters / inter-rater reliability : Dilemma

    Hi, I have done a test where 2 different raters had to rate 1000 texts independently according to the following options: - Happy - Sad - Angry - Confused - Could not tell Now, I am trying to determine their agreement (i.e reliability). However, I am facing a dilemma -specially when the do...
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    SPSS - ANOVA test and & Post Hoc

    Hi, I have conducted both ANOVA along with Post Hoc Test on SPSS. However, I have encountered a problem on the Post Hoc Tests. In particular, between the multiple comparisons and homogeneous subsets sections. My problem is under the multiple comparisons - the category 7 is not statically...
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    How to determine the cut-off point of your dataset?

    Thank you for this very informative article! Highly Appreciated
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    How to determine the cut-off point of your dataset?

    Hi, I was wondering whether there is a way of determining cut-off point of your dataset? Let say I have the following dataset , which includes the following columns: text and emotion (negative, positive , or neutral): | Text | Emotion | | I like yellow...
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    What suitable statistical test would be applied in this situation?

    Hi @Karabiner thank you so much for this. Good point that I've forgot to add. So basically, users' pots were first classified as personality traits ( basically assessed through a multiple question survey were participants had to select one personality trait according to the post's content ...
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    What suitable statistical test would be applied in this situation?

    Hi @noetsi thank you for your advice. That's correct context does not matter, I am only assessing for example how many times users that are under the neuroticism, openness, neuroticism, and extraversion use the words related to fruit. And then assess the difference of mean words related to...
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    What suitable statistical test would be applied in this situation?

    Hi, I just need some reassurance in regards to whether what I am thinking is right? For some reason , I don't think I am . I am planning to assess the mean difference between groups. In particular, my aim is to determine what features present in users' posts ( total word count, words related...