I am conducting an independent research but am completely stuck on how to visualize my data.
So I am looking for a moderation effect of peer sociometrics (ex. negative nominations, social preference) between response inhibition scores and later intimate partner violence.
For example, I would like to show that people with lower response inhibition, along with negative peer status, predict higher rates of intimate partner violence later in life.
All of the variables (moderators, independent, and dependent) are continuous. In this case, how do I graph it?
I heard that I could create a 3D model, but it would be very difficult to comprehend for the readers and was advised to use the xy graph instead.
However, with 3 different types of variables (I have more in total, as I deal with 5 different types of peer sociometrics), I wasn't sure how all of the variables can be coherently put in one graph.
Also, when writing out the results in the manuscript, which information do i have to include (from the analyses)?
For example, I would put (β=0.000, p<0.000, SE=0.000) for a regression analysis - but what for the moderation analyses?