You're right about this. The thing is I need to write down the interpretation of the assumptions I've tested prior to my T-test. That's why I want to know whether I should interpret the normality output of the Shapiro Wilk or of the Q-Q plots/ Z-score calculations
I have to test for normality since it's an assumption of the T-test (according to my text book that I need to follow through)...
I only wonder though if I should look at the Shapiro Wilk output or at the Z-score (Z= Skweness/Se, and Z= Kurtosis/SE ), and Q-Q plots to determine normality.
I have a question about the difference in results between the Shapiro Wilk test and the calculation of a Z score with skweness and kurtosis (divided by SE).
I have a sample size of N = 143. It is divided into two groups (Western candidates N = 71 and non-Western candidates N = 72)...
Yes, that's true, but which results do I report in my "results section". Do I report the F-value and significance of educational level only if I want to answer my question? Or do I report more? (like also the interaction ?)
And as you can see the values are different, depending if I put all...
Thanks for your reply!
I have 16 groups which can be divided into four groups: e.g.: both primes, ethnic prime only, personal objectivity prime only, control groups (no prime at all). (See attachment).
Within these groups participants either got a western candidate (variable candidate...
I'm stuck in my analyses of my covariables.
Here are the questions I want to test:
What is the influence of educational level on judgments and decisions of participants?
What is the influence of organizational level on judgments and decisions of participants?
What is the...
I'm currently busy with my statistical analyses for my master thesis, but I got stuck! Hope you would want to help me out :).
I have 16 groups which can be divided into four groups: e.g.: both primes, ethnic prime only, personal objectivity prime only, control groups (no prime at...
I am currently busy with my master thesis and I have the following question.
I want to create a variable called applicant credential (appl_credent), by combining the following two variables: western applicant credential and nonwestern applicant credential.
a participant either has a...