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# Z scores again we are going to try to have you

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the table you just pasted in your Word document. Z -scores Again We are going to try to have you demonstrate to yourself something I told you in class.  We  are done with the “Multivariate” window, so you can close it if you wish.   1. Go to the  Analyze  menu in JMP and select  Distribution .  Put both Length and  Recall in the  Y, Columns  window and click  OK .   2. Remember how we created  z -scores in the last assignment?  Click on the  Red  Diamond  by “Length,” move you cursor down to  Save , and select   Standardized The  z -scores for Length should appear in you Data Table. 3. Using the same procedures, create the  z -scores for Recall.  When that is done, you  can get rid of the “Distributions” window because we have no further need of it. 4. Once more click on the  Analyze  menu, move down to  Multivariate Methods , and  select  Multivariate .   5. This time put “Std Length” and “Std Recall” in the  Y, Columns  box and click  OK . 6. Click on the  Red Diamond  by “Multivariate” and select  Covariance Matrix . 7. What do you see?    Why do you think that happened?  Go back and read pages 172  and 173 in your textbook.  Write your answers in your Word document. 8. When you have completed your work, save your document one more time, and then  upload it to Sakai.   Congratulations on completing the Chapter 9 assignments.
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• Signorielli,N
• Click, ANALYZE menu, RED Diamond, Bivariate Data Length

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