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Building a time series model using more than independent variables

I am working on a project, and I am totally new to statistics. I have sales data for last two years at week level, along with other variables like temperature, holiday (TRUE/FALSE), where holiday are ...
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R plugin for SPSS [closed]

Can anyone tell me how can I integrate the R plugin for SPSS version 17?? I need to do some statistics using the R plugin for SPSS, unfortunately I can't find the plugin on the internet, so can anyone ...
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Relative Variable Importance in Clustering

In SPSS, the user can check the relative variable importance in a clustering result and produce a graph like the following: link: ...
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How do I find if a dependent variable is affected by another dependent variable?

I have one experimental group with language disorders (independent variable) and I have administered them 4 tests (dependent variables). The "language" test which comprises of the sum and two subparts ...
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Marketing Mix Modeling for sales data

I have data for 4 years with variables year, month and sales volume only. I want to find the base volume and incremental volume. I want to use Marketing Mix Modeling. Can anybody tell how to define ...
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Multiple imputation for missing values

I would like to use imputation for replacing missing values in my data set. I have some constraints , for example I dont not want imputed variable x1 be less than ...
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115 views

What is the best software for neural network analysis? [closed]

I need to fit a neural network to my data. I used SPSS 21, but I think it's model summary isn't sufficient. I also used R (nnet & neuralnet), it has a poor report and I can't find a good model ...
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Partial correlation plot, split by groups SPSS

Is it possible to illustrate partial correlation scatter plots for 2 subgroups on the same graph? e.g. I want to make scatter plots of data controlled for age, differentiated by males or females. ...
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Evaluating clusters of variables produced by varclus & hclustvar

Background - I want to cluster analyze a mixed dataset, clustering the variables on the basis of correlational similarity. SPSS gives me this option, but doesn't allow me to evaluate the clustering ...
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How to get pooled p-values on tests done in multiple imputed datasets?

Using Amelia in R, I obtained multiple imputed datasets. After that, I performed a repeated measures test in SPSS. Now, I want to pool test results. I know that I can use Rubin's rules (implemented ...
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170 views

Significant difference between AIC in generalized mixed models

I have fit several generalized mixed models for a multinomial distribution data in SPSS. I want to select the best one for explaining my data. But comparing the AIC and selecting the lower AIC model ...
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How can you implement a two-way ANOVA with nesting in R or SPSS?

I currently am conducting a study where I have three variables: one that is binary, and two numerical ratio variables. Each of the subjects in my study has values for each of the three variables. ...
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Choice between Type-I, Type-II, or Type-III ANOVA

We have a dataset with three variables (dV: self-reported measure on scale 1-5, assumed to be metric; iV1: factor with 4 levels; iV2: factor with 8 levels). We are interested whether the dV differs in ...
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Reduce Sample Size (Categorise??) [duplicate]

I have been looking for an answer to my question but havn't been able to find any literature documentation or help in regards. I have a large dataset which I need to further analyse. Because of this I ...
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Help with Anova of categorical and continuous variable in R and SPSS output

I am having some trouble running an Anova on categorical variables in R and matching SPSS output. What I need to do is run an anova on the dataset below (its a made up data set). But, I need to know ...
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R p-value half to SPSS rANOVA

I have done rANOVA in SPSS and then in R and got two different p-values from the same model. While SPSS gives 0.032, R gives 0.0162, which when rounded is a half. Other data are exactly the same. 1. ...
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How to analyze Max Diff via R or SPSS

I am interested in utilizing Maximum Difference Scaling (Max Diff) for a survey, but apart from the Sawtooth software, I was not able to find a good answer on how to best analyze Max Diff. What is the ...
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1answer
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Dealing with multicollinearity by separating common variance

On this page, I read about multiple ways to deal with multicollinearity. I determined that the last method suggested may be best for my purposes. I copied it below: Treat the common variance as a ...
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Why are these hierarchical linear regression results in R and SPSS different?

When I try to use the data and example for HLR from this example dataset taken from this post in the R Tutorial Series on hierarchical linear regression the results don't match when I try to use the ...
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Effect sizes from LMM

My question is, how to get effect sizes for a linear mixed model? I am using the following model in SPSS: ...
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1answer
365 views

Does SPSS rescale dendrograms?

A colleague and I have been clustering some data in SPSS (v19) and R (2.15), respectively. Using the same distance metric and agglomeration method, we get identical merge orders/agglomeration ...
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Different ANCOVA results in R using different functions

before my actual ANCOVA I would like to test whether there is a significant interaction between the IV and the CV as this is one assumption for ANCOVA. I found 3 different ways in R to perform an ...
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1answer
945 views

Testing anova hypothesis with contrasts in R and SPSS

Using data and answers from this question I was trying to test the hypothesis $H_0:-3\mu_1-\mu_2+\mu_3+3\mu_4=0$ ...
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R vs. SPSS Kolmogorov-Smirnov test

I was recently given the following data. 7 1 6 6 2 8 3 7 4 6 3 3 1 8 4 5 9 3 2 4 1 4 4 3 6 3 4 2 3 2 7 2 7 4 2 4 4 4 3 2 2 4 5 8 6 4 3 1 5 5 I then ran a KS test ...
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Comparing means - 2 repeated measures variables, controlling for covariate with heterogeneous slope

I have a 2 level repeated measures DV of accuracy, and a covariate of response bias. As response bias increases, accuracy level 1 increases while level 2 decreases. I want to see if there is a ...
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Split-split-split plot cross-over design… is this even possible?

I'm doing statistical analysis on a psychology study I ran a short while ago, and I'm starting to think that I've designed myself into a corner. In the study, we measured participants' pointing ...
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How do I estimate a repeated measures ANCOVA in R and SPSS?

I'm currently running a perception experiment: DV: error (this in degrees- how much an observer was away from the real answer) IV: the time bin (5 levels) in which the unique stimulus appeared ...
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Problem with classifying new observations with discriminant analysis

I have a data set of 40,000 individuals which I clustered using k-means. I used 30 variables, each ordinal from 1=minimum to ...
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Visualizing Likert responses using R or SPSS

I have 82 respondents in 2 groups (43 in Group A and 39 in Group B) that completed a survey of 65 Likert questions each ranging from 1 – 5 (strongly agree - strongly disagree). I therefore have a ...
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Interpreting discrepancies between R and SPSS with exploratory factor analysis

I am a graduate student in computer science. I have been doing some exploratory factor analysis for a research project. My colleagues (who are leading the project) use SPSS, while I prefer to use R. ...
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1answer
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Multilevel model with an ordinal outcome

I have a data set from a survey of health problems and annoyance by traffic noise in people living in residential buildings, with "5-point scale answer" questions. I want to perform a multilevel model ...
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Different F-ratios for within subjects effects when using SPSS and R's aov

I've just compared the ANOVA tables generated by SPSS and Statistica with the aov table provided by summary(aov.model). They yield identical between Subject effects (e.g., NativeLanguage(English vs ...
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Best way to get started with and learn R

I have tried several times to "go it on my own" - but with limited success. I am a casual SPSS user and some SAS experience. Would appreciate a pointer or two from someone who has similar background ...
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Is SPSS giving the wrong residuals for a repeated measures design?

When running a repeated measures ANOVA in SPSS, it's possible to 'Save' the residuals as new variables in the data editor. But the values output do not match the residuals given in R, and seem to be ...
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“Object not found” error in gls

As the R very beginner I'd like to ask if anyone could help me with the following problem? ...
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Simple and multiple logistic regression

I have almost two questions. I need a single covariate logistic regression (LR) for each of my variables. Should I do it manually in SPSS, selecting each variable and do logistic regression? Is there ...
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Checking factor / covariate independence in ANCOVA

One of the ANCOVA assumptions, as I read it here, says that: Independent variables orthogonal to covariates. In traditional ANCOVA, the independents area assumed to be orthogonal to the factors. If ...
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Logistic Regression: Classification Tables a la SPSS in R

In SPSS output there is a pretty little classification table available when you perform a logistic regression, is the same possible with R? If so, how?
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Better Classification of default in logistic regression

Full Disclosure: This is homework. I've included a link to the dataset ( http://www.bertelsen.ca/R/logistic-regression.sav ) My goal is to maximize the prediction of loan defaulters in this data set. ...
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Using R's formula style lm() with SPSS

Is there a way to type in a regression formula in SPSS in the same manner as R, with weights? For example, in R, I would write something like: ...
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554 views

How to understand optimal Scaling in R: The Package homals for novices

Does anyone know of a step-by-step guide for the practical implementation of Gifi Methods for Optimal Scaling in R: The Package homals? Although I have an OK theoretical understanding (thanks chl for ...
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Hypothesis testing that one time-series of a measure of entropy doesn't belong to a population

Disclaimer: I'm a software engineer, not a statistician, so please forgive any blunt error :-) I have a set of time-series "curves", each measuring the entropy of a given artifact. Now, I'm standing ...
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Python as a statistics workbench

Lots of people use a main tool like Excel or another spreadsheet, SPSS, Stata, or R for their statistics needs. They might turn to some specific package for very special needs, but a lot of things can ...
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Column Means Significance Tests in R

New to the site. I am just getting started with R, and want to replicate a feature that is available in SPSS. Simply, I build a "Custom Table" in SPSS with a single categorical variable in the ...
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is psych::principal function still PCA when using rotation?

I have tried to reproduce some research (using PCA) from SPSS in R. In my experience, principal() function from package psych ...