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PSY 3301 StatLab 1B: Entering Data in SPSS A researcher is interested in variables related to the intensity of allergy symptoms. Specifically, she wants to investigate if gender, age, number of pets at home and average number of hours spent outdoors per day are correlated with the intensity of allergy symptoms. The data collected from 15 allergy sufferers are listed below. Set up the SPSS data file for this study (do not forget to describe your variables in the Variable View before entering the numerical data). GENDER AG E Number of PETS HRS OUTDOORS ALLERGY SYMPTOMS Male 42 2 2 mild Male 22 3 1 moderate Male 34 0 1.5 mild Female 63 1 5 moderate Male 61 2 7 severe Male 32 2 2 mild
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Unformatted text preview: Female 51 1 4.5 mild Male 64 1 9 severe Male 59 4 1 mild Male 38 2 4 severe Female 28 3 2.5 moderate Male 44 4 1 mild Female 35 3 mild Female 45 1 5 moderate Female 52 1 7 severe * For Gender variable assign Values of 1 for Female and 2 for Male; For Allergy Symptoms variable assign Values of 1 for Mild, 2 for Moderate, 3 for Severe. * * After entering all data Save the data file on your USB Flash drive and bring the printout of the data file to the next StatLab meeting (i.e., 09/04) or if you finish in class, raise your hand and have the TA look over it to give you credit for completing the assignment....
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