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    Missing significance values in spss Games-Howell post hoc output spss. Please help

    Hi there, I have done a Kruskal-Wallis test on my data which consists of dog breed type (nominal) and Temperament grade (ordinal). The test came out as significant and I consequently did a post-hoc Games-Howell test to determine which breeds of dog are significantly more aggressive than others...
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    IV results interpretation

    Hello, I have an endougenous variable x and an instrument for it, variable z. The instrument is (significantly) negatively related to x. My hypothesis expects a positive effect of my endogenous variable x on y, my dependent variable. When using 2SLS ivreg in Stata does this mean that (because...
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    IV regression Stata interpretation

    Dear all, I have an endougenous variable x and an instrument for it, variable z. The instrument is (significantly) negatively related to x. I expect a positive effect of my endogenous variable x on y, my dependent variable. When using 2SLS ivreg in Stata does this mean that (because of the...
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    Linear Regression output changes every time

    Hi everybody I'm performing a Linear Regression with SPSS in with one dependent variate and 11 independent ones (these are not my fixed factors, I analyzed them previously in a Mixed Model; these 11 IV are covariates in my experiment). I want to find out which of these IV explain the DP. So...
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    Why is there no output or error message?

    I'm running regressions on agricultural panel data for two different zones. I get full results for a fixed effects regression in zone 1: if aez_abeo==1 xtreg income pppct sdtype vprodmz vprodcnpul vprodveg vprodfrut vprodind totacres kgs_per_acre_mz localnum improvednum fertuse grpmem...
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    How do I interpret Gender Dummy Variables?

    Hello, Can anyone explain to me how I interpret dummy variable output? I am used to looking at gender as two variables not as a dummy. I am new to statistics and am looking at data from an ols regression model. The gender dummy variable - women (1-0) is significant but I am just trying to...