Ok so question 1 asks if the product easy to use.
Strongly agree - 13
Agree - 11
Disagree - 1
Strongly Disagree - 0
Can I statistically say that the product is easy to use i.e. the agree answers are significant?
It looks obvious that the majority says yes but some questions are...
No I don't want to compare the groups with each other. I would like to see if each response in itself is statistically significant compared with the number of other responses within each individual question.
Thank you for your reply. They are 31 different respondents in total. There are two surveys, each with different questions relating to the same product. The surveys were allocated to 2 groups of people and the questions are targeted to that specific group. So there are 25 different respondents...
I have 2 surveys, both using a Likert-scale with only 4 points (strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree).
Both surveys have 10 questions.
The first survey has 25 responses and the second survey has 6 responses.
There is only 1 group for each survey.
Lets say I have two brands of a machine which do the same thing. I have a sample of participants who have each used the two machines, one after the other. I now want to find out if there is a difference between the machines in three of the measurements they have produced. I've firstly determined...
I have a set of data which I would like to find whether it is parametric or non-parametric in order to find out which test to do next to compare differences between 2 groups.
I have been told to do a histogram followed by Shapiro Wilk test which I have done.
The problem is that the...