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3251 Notes Apr 22

3251 Notes Apr 22 - You can stop and analyze your sample...

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Bivariate Analysis-Descriptive Cross Tabulation: - The simplest techniques for examining the relationships between two variables. - Determines if two categorical variables are related. - Construct a table so that one can see how respondents with a given value on one categorical variable responded to one or more other categorical variables. Only percentages are shown in cross tabulation.
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Unformatted text preview: You can stop and analyze your sample using cross tabulation. Z=(.93-.67)/√.25/200 + 25/300 200=men=67% 300=women=93% = Answer ≤ 1.96 Correlation Output Example P Value= Significance Quantitative Data: Descriptive Vs. Inferential. Depends on question: AM I interested in what my sample looks like or am I interested in Lecture 16...
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