Rules by the researcher i also found that the two

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rules by the researcher. I also found that the two last columns “measure” and “role” changed according to the type of variable under “name” (Leach et al., 2005). 4 01/19/2020
QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS - ASSIGNEMTN 1 Figure 1: Completed Variable View A1.3: Chapter 2, Problem 2.3, Display your Dictionary or Codebook A1.3.a. Narrative of Process After I defined and labeled the variables, I was able to print a copy of the codebook. I just clicked on File, then on Display Data File Information, and then on Working File. As the screen shot shows, the codebook is divided into two parts: the variable information which looks similar to the variable view, and the variable values and they are somehow a little hidden in the variable view. 5 01/19/2020
QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS - ASSIGNEMTN 1 Figure 2: Codebook A1.3: Chapter 2, Problem 2.4, Enter Data A1.3.a. Narrative of Process The process I followed was that after printing the codebook, I then clicked on “Data view” at the bottom of the data editor. The spreadsheet has numbers of the left side and they represent the different participants of the study. Here, the way I entered that was that the data of each subject’s questionnaire was entered on only one horizontal line with each column representing a variable of the questionnaire. The first column has the numbers representing the 6 01/19/2020
QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS - ASSIGNEMTN 1 different participants, then the other columns have the following variables: Recommend, Workhard, College, Gender, Gpa, Reading, Homework, and Extracredit. Figure 3: Data View Updated A1.4: Chapter 2, Problem 2.5, Run Descriptives and Check the Data A1.4.a. Narrative of Process The process I followed was to click on Analyze, then on Descriptive Statistics , and on Descriptives . It pulled out the dialog box Descriptives on my screen. I selected on the variables from the left side of the Descriptives screen and move them to the Variables box. Then I clicked on Descriptives Options and unchecked Std. deviation. I clicked Continue. It took me back to the main Descriptives dialog box. Then I clicked on OK to run the program and I obtained the final Descriptives Statistics that I cut and pasted above (Newton & Rudestam, 1999).

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