# results

1. ### Stats analysis struggling

Hi, I am conducting an experiment where I am assesing 4 groups undergoing 2 treatments. 3 groups have recieved same treatment and 1 group has recieved the other treatment. I have averaged values of the 3 groups. It is a pre and post experiment. I want to compare the data for both pre groups...
2. ### results of factor analysis (pca, varimax)

Hey there, I need your help in understanding the results of a factor analysis I did. Base level: data come from a nation wide survey (n = 1000). We asked people about meanings they assign to 7 different (typical) landscape types (a,b,c,d,e,f,g). Therefore we developed a set of 20...
3. ### Interpreting strange results

So effectively I have two variables, language problems, and emotional problems, both of which independently cause an increase in a third variable, which is behaviour problems. I hypothesized that high emotional problems would significantly moderate the relationship between language problems and...
4. ### Mixed ANOVA - How to interpret and write up results

Hello everyone! I'm struggling with my first-ever data analysis using SPSS. I have conducted a mixed ANOVA using a total number of objects kept before and after an emotional prime as repeated measures and the condition (the prime - positive vs negative) as the between subjects factor. I have no...
5. ### Nonparametric regression using kernel weights

Hi! I am wondering how I can present the results of nonparametric regression. I performed the nonparametric tests using R, and R package 'np'. The commands used for this are ) Using the last command, 'npsigtest', I get results like this How do I present this data in a scientific...
6. ### Reporting results of nonparametric regression

Hi! I am wondering how you present the results of non parametric regression test. I run the nonparametric regression using R, and the package np I get p- values but no df or t statistic. For example For the normal regression tests I did with other data, I presented the sample size, degrees...
7. ### Non Significant ANOVA results - need to explain why.

I was given data to work on for a lab report. I did a 2 x 2 between subjects ANOVA (if it matters n=187). Main effect of IV1 was not significant. Main effect of IV2 was not significant. Interaction was not significant (although was .62 which I'm supposed to report as "marginally...
8. ### Justification for running an ANOVA after receiving non significant results on MANOVA

Hi I ran a MANOVA model, with 2 DV's (2 groups of adolescents) and 1 IV with 3 categories ("strategies"). I got a non significant result, with P. Value of 0.15 (for all categories). I know that if there is not an interaction effect one should stop at this point. However, the output (SPSS) also...
9. ### Multiple Mediation Model using INDIRECT Macro Vs. Amos - different results!

Hi, I have a multiple mediation model with 1 IV, 6 mediators, and 1 DV (all are continuous variables). I also have one covariate to control for. I ran a mediation analysis using those variables (plus the covariate) using INDIRECT macro by Preacher & Hayes. Two of my partial mediations were...
10. ### Interpretating poisson regression output correctly to wirte in results from R

Hi. I've done a poisson regression on count data in r. I need to write up the results for it but have very little idea where to start because the p value shown are linked to the other variables. I've searched online and thought I was getting somewhere but I've seen so many contradictory...
11. ### Reading Binary Logistic Regression results

Hi! Need some help on Binary Logistic Regression results interpretation. 1) On Block 0: Begining Block i have overall percentage of 76%, but after adding the independent variables in Block 1 i still have 76%. Does it mean the independent variables do not predict the dependent variable...
12. ### Mediation results where MV and IV become insignificant

I have been running some mediation models and have come across a finding where individually the IndVar-DepVar and Mediator-DepVar relationships are both statistically significant, but when I examine the model that contains the IndVar and the Mediator, neither are significantly associated with he...
13. ### Saving regression results into a variable

I have time-series data for many countries on exchange rate, consumer price index and interest rate. Now I need for further analysis to save regression results in variables. What I do: For each country regress changes in exchange rate to changes in CPI and real interest rate bysort...
14. ### Independent t-test without raw data?

I'm desperately attempting to finish my Master's thesis by this Friday and graduate. I am NOT a stats or math person and have always stuggled with these subjects. I am using secondary data for my thesis and the summaries and totals, etc. but not the raw data. The sample size is nearly 38,000...
15. ### Parametric test results vs Non-parametric test results - interpretation help please?

:wave: Hello, thank you so much for your help. I am currently working on an article about trends in streamflow in watersheds with different land use change over time. For this I need to analyze trends in streamflow parameters over time. Both non-parametric and parametric tests were applied...
16. ### IV probit and Ivreg

Hello, When I use ivreg in Stata and cluster standard errors my results show that the independent variable is significant. However, when I use ivprobit (which makes more sense, as my dependent variable is a response variable that can only take on either the value 1 or 0) the independent...
17. ### Reporting results of Tukey-Kramer posthoc test

My question is probably not the typical query this forum receives, but hopefully there are some researchers on here who can help me. I actually need to know how you write the results of the Tukey-Kramer posthoc test in a paper. I completed a one-way ANOVA, followed by Tukey-Kramer at 95%...