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What is the relation between singular correlation matrix and PCA?

Can anyone kindly give me some information about the statement (last sentence) at the end of below definition. What does it mean by "It can be used when a correlation matrix is singular"? This quote ...
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SPSS - R integration with different data models

When using the R custom builder in SPSS Modeler 16, the R syntax uses the object modelerData to "read" the data from the stream into the functions and perform calculations or score a model. However, ...
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Cox regression in SPSS and 3 way interaction with two categorical and one continuous variable

I'm new to survival analyses and am trying to test a model that has a 3 way interaction between two categorical variables and one continuous variable. I am concerned I am doing something wrong with my ...
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Calculating Cohen's d when df is Sattethwaite adjusted

Is it inappropriate to convert a t-statistic to Cohen's d if the independent groups have missing data estimated (MLE), and the df is much larger than it would be if you just entered the sample sizes? ...
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What to do when you have more than one column of dependent variable data?

I ran a 2x2x2 mixed Anova on my data I have only got a significant result for one factor and also a 3-way interaction. Trying to find out where the significance lies in the 3 way interaction at the ...
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Box-Cox transformation in SPSS

I have a dataset of variables that fail to conform to a normal distribution (Kolmogorov-Smirnov sig. value = 0 for all the variables). In order to perform parametric statistics on these variables I ...
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How do I calculate Omega-squared for the Multivariate effect in MANOVA?

I did a one-way MANOVA using SPSS and reported the partial eta-squared for the overall multivariate effect as well as for the follow-up ANOVAs (provided on the SPSS output). The editor wants me to use ...
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SPSS: Adding two variables using DO REPEAT [on hold]

I am new to SPSS, the world of statistics and new to this forum. I am doing research in conjunction with my Masters Degree and running into a bit of a problem and looking for some help. Yes, I could ...
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45th and 55th percentile

I have a series of data from a household budget survey and want to do the following in SPSS: Identify the food expenditure shares of total household expenditure that are at the 45th and 55th ...
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SEM Model - Factor Analysis

I am attempting to build an SEM model for the fulfillment of my post-graduate course. For the model I have attempted to do reliability analysis with Cronbach alpha and the results are depicted below: ...
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Inconsistent Performance of PCA Results from SPSS

I've completed PCA with my dataset (16 variables) and extracted 3 factors. I then created an Excel spreadsheet where I can enter in user provided data and calculate the scores for each of the three ...
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SPSS - Calculation of confidence intervals in estimated marginal means of repeated measures ANOVA

I used SPSS to do a repeated measures ANOVA including one within- and one between subject factor. Let's say the between-subject factor is treatment group with levels treatment and control, and the ...
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Ordinal Logistic Regression Predicted Probabilities

I'm looking for a way to produce a matrix of predicted probabilities on data that went through SPSS's logistic regression test. I only use two ordinal variables with a range of 1-4 and 1-10 ...
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Is the frequency of one observation greater than the frequency of others

Suppose I have 10 bags of M&M's. I count the number of red, blue, green and brown M&M's in each bag. I want to know if there are more red M&M's than other M&M's in the bags and if this ...
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How do I convert unstandardized RMR estimates into standardized RMR estimates?

I am having difficulty turning unstandardized RMR estimates from AMOS software output in a SEM into standardized estimates to enable suitable interpretation. Can someone give me advice on where to ...
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SPSS syntax level [closed]

what is the difference between delete and drop command in spss? i have used both delete and drop command in spss syntax. Noticed that when im using delete its taking much time whereas by using drop ...
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Regression with multiple dependent variables and 2 sets of multiple independent variables

In my data I want to be able to determine which set of IVs (there are 8 variables total, 4 in each set) does a better job of predicting a set a DVs (there are 4). I know I could use multivariate ...
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Can AMOS be used to perform logistic regressions?

I need to compare 11 groups of data, for the same relationship. My first thoughts were to create 11 regression equations (one for each), and to compare parameters between groups. Problem is that ...
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Two-way ANOVA, not quite right

All my data in independent and a random sample from a population. I have collected data and have one dependent variable and 2 different independent variables: Dependent = Length Independent = ...
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Unequal sample sizes for two-way repeated measures

I have 3 different treatments with the observations of 6 different repetitions. However, all these different treatments (groups) have different numbers of patients. The first group has 26 patients, ...
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mediation analysis when mediator is categorical (SPSS)

I want to do a mediation analysis, with the following variables: ...
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What is a paired observation or paired variable?

The question kind of asks itself, can anyone explain what a paired observation or paired variable is in basic terms? My data consist of the number of words learnt in a week for 19 different ...
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What type of statistical analysis would be best to use?

I'm awful at statistics so could really use some help regarding statistical analysis and which approach to use. Here is what I know - I need to determine, based on stats I have been given, whether ...
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In SPSS, should I calculate the mean score or the total sum score?

Are there any differences between mean scores and total sum scores? I know how to calculate both, I just don't know if there is one of them that is preferable? Also, the scores will be used for ...
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Can linear regression slopes be used as covariates in an univariate ANOVA?

Sorry if this has been asked before but I've searched a lot without luck! The closest thing was the following question, which partly answers my question: Can slopes in linear regressions be used as ...
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Explaining mixed-model interactions with ANOVA?

I have searched through the answers on this forum and I couldn't find any detailed explanation to my question about linear mixed models. Here is my setup: 4 groups with treatment X (one of which is ...
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To find significant differences between means using repeated measures GLM

I am new in using SPSS and stuck with General Linear Model [which is just linear model] procedure. I have 8 cognition variables like latency, thigmotaxis, spatial, quadrant, nt quadrant, proximity, ...
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Tree analysis - CHAID

I am running a decision tree analysis, and the same predictor that forms the first core branch, reappears as an another branch further down the tree. Could somebody explain me how this is possible? ...
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Is the constant value ignorable?

I am running a linear regression on SPSS. Basically I have 2 independent and 1 dependent variables; and I would like to understand which of my independent variable is more effective on the dependent ...
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how can i calculate the degree of agreement between two methods

I have a sample of 26 learners and I used two different methods to identify their personalities. My problem is I am not that good in statistics and I want variables that I can use within SPSS to ...
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Large value of exp (B) in binary logistic regression SPSS what is wrong? [duplicate]

I had a very large value for Exp(B) in SPSS binary logistic regression. What is wrong and what should I do?
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Inter-rater reliability using Intra-class correlation with ratings for multiple objects on multiple properties

Initial Question: I am trying to calculate inter-rater reliability. Previous researchers in this area have used intraclass correlation. SPSS has options for two-way random, mixed random and one-way ...
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optimal scaling / CATREG for imputed data

I have a data set with 5 different kinds of nutrient statuses and I want to see whether they are associated with categorical / ordinal grades at school. I have multiple covariates which I will ...
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Using standard error or standard deviation bars in within-subject design: How should i interpret and report this?

I have gathered results from a study that tests participants reaction time in a task that tests two conditions simultaneously by randomizing the trials within the experiment. I have used a wilcoxon ...
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Appropriate Test for Statistical Significant Change in Values Over Time [duplicate]

I have four number of values for number of policies within a given field put forward in a given year. I want to find if there is a statistically significant increase or decline in the number of ...
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What test should i perform in SPSS

I have data from two groups (placebo and supplement A) which I tested regarding happiness ranked from 1-10 (i.e. ordinal data). I have test results for pre test, week 1, week 2, week 3 and week 4. I ...
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3 way mixed ANOVA & pairwise comparisons effect size

I have a 3 way mixed ANOVA, where I have 2 significant main effects, one significant two way interaction and a significant three way interaction. I've been told to not describe the lower order ...
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Bonferroni correction with Pearson's correlation and linear regression

I am running stats on 5 IVs (5 personality traits, extroversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, openness) against 3 DVs Attitude to PCT, Attitude to CBT, Attitude to PCT vs CBT. I also ...
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Which test statistic should I use?

I have collected data consisting of radiation dose from 2 different equipment. I have taken 3 readings (reps) on each exposure using both the equipment. The data looks like "at 5 mAs and 55 kVp" ...
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pooling the results from a repeated measures using multiple imputation

How can I pool the results from a multiply imputed repeated measures analysis? SPSS does not the pooling, as it does for other analysis types. From a technical standpoint, it is not at all clear. ...
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Which statistical test to use?

I have acquired data with multiple variables that I need to test. My dependent variable, Seed number, is tested between Ecotypes but also between Treatments (hot and cold). I need to see whether Seed ...
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Multiple Imputation on SPSS number of parameters issue

I have to do several analysis on scores from questionnaires but unfortunately, I have some missing data and I was told that doing multiple imputation to replace them was the best solution. So far I ...
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Predicting variance of heteroscedastic data

I am trying to do a regression on heteroscedastic data where I'm trying to predict the error variances as well as the mean values in terms of a linear model. Something like this: $$\begin{align}\\ ...
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Homogeneity of variance is violated for z-scores but not for raw data?

Is this a normal thing to happen or have I done something wrong in SPSS? I am using a Levene's test.
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ANCOVA or not? Non continuous covariate

I have done an experiment with an independent and dependent variable. I repeated the experiment 5 times. Obviously all the repeats will be different from one another, some of them significantly so. ...
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Unsure which tests to use now that my continuous symptom scale has been replaced with its underlying subscales

I've been working with a large data set in SPSS, mostly focused on the symptom scales of one developmental disorder. I have data from two separate time points, a few years apart. So for example I've ...
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At what point do significantly different groups start to differ?

I have two groups: a control group (N = 91), and a treatment group (N = 54). I did a t-test in SPSS that suggests that there are significant differences between the two groups in terms of the variable ...
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Correlating time series for 20 regions (SPSS)

I have a question to which I can't find an answer although I spent really awfully lot of time searching. I have time series data for about 20 regions of a country. Each time series covers 20 years. ...
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Is it possible to conduct confirmatory factor analysis in SPSS?

I found the factor analysis of SPSS seems to only support EFA, but I am not sure. Is it possible to conduct CFA in SPSS? If not, what statistical tool can be used to conduct CFA? I especially need ...