11.5 and 11.10 - SPSS Frequencies Descriptive How often...

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Frequencies Descriptive How often something occurs Number in each cell or group Analyze > descriptive > frequencies Major, pay most often used of descriptive data Information in a survey comes from self report Missing, because some people to not tell his or her own gender Natural percent: everybody, who said that they were female Valid percent: only considers the people who answered the questions - in lue of actual percent, write it out with “of the people who indicated gender… 57.3% were fem ale” - Valid percent takes into account, of the people… Regular percent includes the missing Up to you what to use Cumulative Percent – doesn’t deal with it…. r(education) takes into account valid percent only, Q: tell m e how m any people have a doctoral degree? Q: tell m e how m any people who took it had a bachelor’s degree, what percent? What does it look like in a table? Big N: total number of ppl in the study
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2010 for the course ADPR 3510 taught by Professor Sweetser during the Fall '09 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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11.5 and 11.10 - SPSS Frequencies Descriptive How often...

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