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Am I using the appropriate statistical comparison tests & applying them correctly to my qualitative coded data?

I am trying to determine if I am using the correct statistical tests in making comparisons & finding out if there are any statistically significant shifts of student attitudes. I have three open ...
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Choosing the right statistical analysis for my data

I have 20 field plots. In each plot, I have taken between 1000–1500 measurements (continuous values) of a given variable using an instrumental device and recorded information qualitatively through ...
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"Successful projects share the same 5 keys qualities. In each quality our project achieves over average score". What can we conclude about this?

I'm not sure if this is a statistical problem, but I suppose it's a frequent problem involving using statistics, so I ask here anyway. Hope it's on-topic. From the book Smart Pricing: How Google, ...
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What is mixed methods research?

I tried to look up the answer but am confused by what this means exactly. It seems like one is a precursor to the other, thus you need both to conduct a study unless you're working with existing data. ...
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How to Ensure Saturation Using Grounded Theory?

In quantitative causal inference, we do power analysis to determine the minimum sample size to achieve (1 - $\beta$) statistical power of our hypothesis test with a specific $\alpha$ statistical ...
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Qualitative data analysis for statisticians?

Occasionally in my professional work, I've run into the need to analyze qualitative data. Because of some assistance I've had from non-statistician colleagues, I've learned about techniques such as ...
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Testing whether the levels of a qualitative variable are equally effective

To ultimately increase the demand for Fresh Detergent, Enterprise Industries' marketing department is conducting a study comparing the effectiveness of three different advertising campaigns. These ...
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Comparing two sets of proportions/percentages from related samples (bibliometrics, qualitative data)

I'm a newbie in statistics and bibliometrics, so I'm quite lost right now. I have two sets of data, A and B, both of them with frequencies of topics or subjects used in translation research ...
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Qualitative analysis

Which test can I use for smaller data sets (<5 in a single cell, <20 in group, although N>500) but for larger grids (3x4, 4x5 etc.)? Chi-squared test can be used for larger grids but not for ...
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Using qualitative data (numerical) for prediction

Let's try and look at this with an example before I get into my questions. Let's say you're trying to predict the number of Oscars a movie will win. With qualitative data we can clean and plug in a ...
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for which variables in panel data i should do stationary test?

i have a panel data and my dependent variable was stationary according to ADF test.now i dont know should i test it for my independent variables too or not? btw does it make sense to take stationary ...
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Standard Deviation in qualitative sample

Can there be a meaningful standard deviation for qualitative data?
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Plot of two ordinal variables?

It is common to represent various (ordinal, social) attributes on a pair of axes as in the examples below. In general, what is this sort of graph/representation called? It is, perhaps, useful to ...
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Difference between continuous and non-continuous data . [duplicate]

In a dataset "survey", pulse and age are given as non-continuous data. how come these age and pulse can be non-continuous? this is the reference link https://explorable.com/discrete-variables
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Survey: dismiss an answer based on quality of other answers?

I am having an issue that I can't find an answer to. In my research, I have a mixed qualitative/quantitative survey (roughly 30 participants). One of the participants answered 3 out of 5 qualitative ...
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Intercoder reliability without mutually-exclusive codes

I have the results from qualitatively coding the contents of ~100 images, with 7 categories and 96 tags in total. It's incredibly difficult to define mutually exclusive codes for the content we're ...
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Eliminate Qualitative Predictors (working in R)

So I'm a totally newbie to the field of statistics. I'm working on a project where I have a quantitative dependent variable that I'm supposed to predict using a mixture between quantitive and ...
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Reliability and reconciliation for multiple open-coders

I recognize this may be partly a question for qualitative researchers, but I'm not sure which Stack Exchange is theirs. The basic context is that we have a series of text excerpts from newspaper ...
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Regression qualitative explanatory variables

I am trying to run a regression, taking StudentMarks as the dependent variable and regressing this on the following variables: Nomadic/Semi Nomadic: if the Child lives in a nomadic family then ...
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Design of experiments. Parameter measurement not continuous

I'd like to do a design of experiments which involves 4 factors, I haven't decided which design yet, prolly, Taguchi or fractioned factorial one. I used to work with measurable effect but in this ...
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CDT for Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA): what if there are multiple modalities selected for one variable?

I have the following set of qualitative data: ...
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How to do future prediction with year as a qualitative predictor in regression model?

This is a general question. Hypothetically, I have a polynomial regression model where year is a qualitative predictor with multiple classes, converted into binary dummy predictors. E.g., if I have ...
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Is it desireable to analyse questionnaire responses with standard methods of statistical analysis? [closed]

I'm a bit puzzled how to analyse self-report questionnaires (for example psychometric studies). For example, consider a standard Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression which comprises 21 items with ...
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NVivo IRR Test of Content Analysis Data: How do I interpret each row of Kappas?

I am currently working on a research project that involves content analysis of secondary published data (corporate sustainability reports) by U.S. companies. In order to capture the data, I and two ...
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After calculating inter-rater reliability, which data (e.g. consensus data?) should be used for further analyses?

My study used 2 raters in a fully crossed design to code 1) a categorical variable and 2) a continuous variable (i.e counting the number of times something happened). My question is, after ...
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Simulating qualitative interaction in survival analysis

I am trying to simulate the survival data that can fit the model: $$h(x) = ho(x) exp (a_0*Treatment + a_1*Treatment*x_1 + a_2*Treatment*x_2)$$ Whereas treatment is an binary variable (0 = control ...
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Regression with Quantitative and Qualitative independent variables

I'm new to statistics and I would greatly appreciate any help on this. I have a response (heart beat, a numerical variable) and five other independent variables. Four are numerical (Age, Weight, ...
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Categorical or Quantitative?

A colleague and I had a conversation about whether the following variables are categorical or quantitative. 1) Social security numbers 2) Phone numbers 3) Postal zip codes We agreed that all three ...
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Level of significance for qualitative ordinal data

I have three sets of qualitative data (n=20). Each has four categories (0,1,2,3) with the data shown in percentage. What would be the best way to show if the differences between them are significant? ...
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What type of regression for qualitative dependent variable

What econometric analysis can be used to study the impact of quantitative independent variables on a qualitative dependent variable? Basically, how do I do conduct a multiple variable regression where ...
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Labels for correlation coefficients

How could we attribute labels for correlation coefficients in order to facilitate reading the data specially for non-technical people or in qualitative analyses? For example: $\rho > 0.9$ - ...
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How to compute Kendall tau for more than two variables

I am new to statistics. I decided to use Kendall tau correlation. I want to find correlations between every variable of the data set. (For example, if there are three variables in the data $x, y$ ...
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Qualitative or quantitative?

If I went through a box of candy which contains 4 types of flavor (orange, grape, apple, strawberry) and recorded the number of each flavor in my worksheet, what is the type of data that it is ...
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Data capture in psychological treatments - nonmandatory random repeat questions

this is a query for approaching a prospective exploratory study in psychological treatments It is not very easy to monitor response to psychological interventions. Usually there are standardized ...
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Quantitative method to determine necessary and sufficient causes [duplicate]

I am attending a qualitative methods conference in social science, and one of the speaker argues the following. In the two graphs below, a researcher using regression would see two regression lines ...
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Comparing Percentages Between 2 Groups When Each Group's Total Percentage Exceeds 100

I am comparing the rate of specific Response Patterns A through L among students in Group 1 vs. Group 2 (rates for the first five patterns are exemplified in the table). These are response patterns ...
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Trying a multivariate analyses on time series (with R)

I got measures of one variable (that behaves as a time series) for different conditions (some quantitatives, but mostly are qualitatives). For example, this is a "fake" representative plot of this ...
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Correlation between quantitative and qualitative variables

I have a dataset composed by 5000 observations. Each observation contains the income per year of a person (from 50 to 50.000.000) and the fact of having a car (yes/no). I would like to check if a ...
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How can reliability and validity of content analysis be quantified when there is only one person coding the data?

How can reliability and validity of content analysis be quantified when there is only one person coding the data?
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Glasserian Grounded Theory Building Blocks

On reading the FAQ I was in hope this question pertaining a particular aspect of grounded theory would fall under data analysis. I appreciate if you would point me to which other community I should ...
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