# Spss

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Using SPSS for Data Analysis: Support Document for SPSS Output Tables

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Using SPSS for Data Analysis: Support Document for SPSS Output Tables Prepared by: UW-Stout Office of Planning, Assessment, Research & Quality (PARQ) Tynan Heller Susan Greene Revised on 8/29/12

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DOCUMENT NO: BPA-900 APPROVAL: Susan Greene The user is responsible for ensuring this is the current revision. Thank you!

EFFECTIVE: 8/29/2012 SUPERSEDES: Ver 4

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3 This document provides an explanation on how to read SPSS output tables for a range of analyses (Created using SPSS version 17.0)

Frequency Analysis ......................................................................................................................... 5 Definitions associated with a frequency analysis ....................................................................... 5 Section 1: Frequencies without missing responses ..................................................................... 7 Section 2: Frequencies without descriptive & with missing responses ...................................... 8 Section 3: Frequencies with descriptive statistics ...................................................................... 9 Ordinal data ............................................................................................................................. 9 Interval/Ratio data ................................................................................................................. 10 Cross Tabulation Analysis with Chi-Square Analysis .................................................................. 12 Definitions associated with crosstab analysis ........................................................................... 12 Section 1: Example with large cell sizes................................................................................... 13 Section 2: example with small cell sizes................................................................................... 15 Section 3: Example with paired variables ................................................................................ 17 T-test Analysis .............................................................................................................................. 18 Definitions associated with t-test analysis ................................................................................ 18 Section 1: One sample t-test .................................................................................................... 19 Section 2: Paired sample t-test ................................................................................................. 20 Section 3: Independent samples t-test ...................................................................................... 21 One-Way ANOVA........................................................................................................................ 23 Definitions associated with one-way ANOVA analysis ........................................................... 23 Section 1: F-statistic was significant........................................................................................ 23 Section 2: F-statistic was not significant .................................................................................. 26 One-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA ....................................................................................... 28 Definitions associated with one-way repeated measures ANOVA analysis ............................ 28 Two-Way ANOVA ....................................................................................................................... 34 Definitions associated with two-way ANOVA analysis ........................................................... 34 Mixed...