Oneway
[DataSet1] E:\Assignment 3-4.sav
Descriptives
95% Confidence Interval for Mean
Maximum
U
p
p
e
r
B
o
u
n
N
DermEval
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error
Lower Bound
d
Product A
9
8.2222
.66667
.22222
7.7098
8.7347
7.00
9.00
Product B
9
5.6667
1.80278
.60
T-Test
[DataSet1] E:\Assignment 2-3.sav
Group Statistics
gender
creativity score(1=lo, 10=hi)
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
Female
10
6.5000
1.43372
.45338
Male
10
5.2000
2.09762
.66332
Independent Samples Test
t-test for Equality of Means
95% Con
Running Head: APA STYLE IS HARD TO LEARN IN AS SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
APA Style is Hard to Learn in a Short Period of Time
Robert McDermid
Missouri Southern State University
Abstract
1
APA style is hard to learn in a short period of time
2
This paper is a s
Correlations
Question #1) The Pearson correlation coefficient between the persons own perception and the other family members perception was
significant at the .05 level, r=(12)=.737,p=.003
Correlations
PatientScore
PatientScore
Pearson Correlation
FamMem
Running Head: APA STYLE IS HARD TO LEARN IN AS SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
APA Style is Hard to Learn in a Short Period of Time
Robert McDermid
Missouri Southern State University
Abstract
1
APA style is hard to learn in a short period of time
2
This paper is a s
Correlations
Height and weight for combined
Correlations
Height In Inches
Height In Inches
Pearson Correlation
Weight
1
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
Weight
.857*
25
Pearson Correlation
25
*
1
.857
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
25
25
*. Correlation is significant at th
Correlations
Correlations
Words
Words
Pearson Correlation
Hard
-.806*
1
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
Hard
28
Pearson Correlation
28
*
1
-.806
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
28
28
*. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).
The Pearson correlation coeffi
T-Test
[DataSet1] E:\Assignment 2-3.sav
Group Statistics
gender
creativity score(1=lo, 10=hi)
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
Female
10
6.5000
1.43372
.45338
Male
10
5.2000
2.09762
.66332
Independent Samples Test
t-test for Equality of Means
95% Con
T-Test
Group Statistics
TypeofStudying
Score
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
Active
dimension1
10
79.2000
8.59974
2.71948
Passive
10
74.3000
8.31398
2.62911
Independent Samples Test
Levene's Test for Equality of
Variances
t-test for Equality of Mean
Shannon Anastosopolos
Dr. McDermid
Computers
05/01/14
Computer Based Changes in Society
Computers and enhances in computer based products have induced various changes in
society as we know it. From the beginning of the electronic revolution to the modern
Computers Exam I
4 levels of measurement
Nominal-or
Ordinal-Can be ranked or scaled
Interval-open ended #
Ratio-Characteristics of all
Central tendency
Mean-add then divide
Median-Middle value
Mode-Most frequent
Variability
Range-Highest-lowest
SD-Measure
Oneway
ANOVA
Improvement
Sum of Squares
Between Groups
df
Mean Square
43.091
2
21.545
Within Groups
228.545
30
271.636
Sig.
7.618
Total
F
2.828
.075
32
Descriptives
PreTest
95% Confidence Interval for Mean
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error
Lower Bound
Uppe
Oneway
[DataSet0]
Descriptives
95% Confidence Interval for Mean
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Lower Bound
Upper Bound
Minimum
ReadinessScor Method A
9
8.2222
.66667
.22222
7.7098
8.7347
7.00
Maximum
9.00
e
Method B
9
5.6667
1.80278
.60093
4.2809
7.0524
3.00
8.00
Running Head: The Anatomy of a Dream
The Anatomy of a Dream
Shannon Anastosopolos
Missouri Southern State University
1
The Anatomy of a Dream
2
Abstract
Dreams are one of most enduring, intriguing phenomenon of life. Although research has been
ongoing for
Oneway
Descriptives
95
%
Co
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de
nc
e
Int
er
val
for
M
ea
n
Lo
we
Std.
Devi
SatScore
Mean
Bo
atio
N
r
un
n
Std. Error
d
Minimum
Upper Bound
Maximum
Breed A
9
8.4444
.88192
.29397
7.7665
9.1223
7.00
10.00
Breed B
9
5.6667
1.80278
.60093
4.2809
7.0524
3.0
T-Test
[DataSet0]
Group Statistics
ptest
score
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
yes
10
79.4000
8.82169
2.78966
no
10
74.3000
8.31398
2.62911
Independent Samples Test
Levene's Test for Equality of Variances
t-test for Equality of Means
S
95% Confidenc
Assignment 2-4
1) An independent samples t-test resulted in a significant differences at the .05 level on the
test scores, t (12)=2.382, p =.035. Students who had teacher A (M= 2.866,SD 1.345) did
better than those who had teacher B (M= 1.29,SD=1.113).
2)