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StatLab Practice for Test1

StatLab Practice for Test1 - 5 Print out your data set&...

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StatLab Test#1 (practice) (Psy 3301) 1. Enter the SPSS and set up the data set with the results of two tests that were given to a group of 10 students (see data below); your data file should include information about the gender of each student (assume 1=male, 2=female) and his/her scores on the test #1 and the test #2 ( don’t forget to label all variables) 2. Make the appropriate frequency distribution graphs of the variable “Gender” & the variable “Test1” (i.e., bar graph or histogram) 3. Add the title & axis labels to your graphs 4. For the variables “Test1” & “Test2” compute: Mean Mode Median Variance Standard Deviation
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Print out your data set & the results of your analysis (i.e., the two graphs & the descriptive statistics). Don’t forget to write your name on the print out. Results of two tests from the group of 10 students (note: each row contains results of one person) male Test#1 = 98.00 Test#2 = 89.00; female Test#1 = 34.00 Test#2 = 78.00; female Test#1 = 67.00 Test#2 = 84.00; male Test#1 = 87.00 Test#2 = 56.00; female Test#1 = 87.00 Test#2 = 78.00; male Test#1 = 56.00 Test#2 = 49.00; male Test#1 = 78.00 Test#2 = 84.00; male Test#1 = 67.00 Test#2 = 79.00; male Test#1 = 95.00 Test#2 = 91.00 male Test#1 = 74.00 Test#2 = 84.00;...
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