When I run any analysis, I have SPSS set up in such a way that my results are presented in the output window by ‘imputation block’, and at the bottom of every section (table) of analysis (whether it be frequency tables or regressions) there is always a final ‘pooled’ result, which is the section of the output that I take my results/findings from.

My problem is that I often find that this final pooled result does not include as much detail as these output tables typically include, or as much as the tables relating to the individual imputation blocks do. For example, in a frequency table the associated percentages don’t appear in the ‘pooled’ result section, as they would usually as part of any frequency analysis.

While I’ve been happy to work out the percentages so far, this issue of missing output is becoming more of an issue. Currently I’m running some chi-squares of my data, and also looking at the adjusted residuals associated with chi-square contingency tables in order to unpack the main effects contributing to each chi-square result.

Unfortunately though, the adjusted residuals are not provided in the ‘pooled ’ section.

Could anyone tell me why this type of information is missing from my pooled results, and if there is any solution to this?

Much appreciated

Michael