Lecture Univariate and bivariate analysis
The Observation of Behaviour
First Step: Univariate Analysis
Univariate Analysis refers to the examination of one variable at the time.
First Step Identifying variables and Generating Frequency
Lecture: Research Design and the Formulation of Theory
Section 2 Ethics and Research Design
Goals of Research
Identifying general patterns and relationships
Testing and refining theories
Interpreting culturally or historically significa
Lecture Regression Analysis
Limitations of Tabular Multivariate Analysis
The Limitations of Tabular Multivariate Analysis are:
Cumbersome to produce several control tables (3 variables)
Impractical beyond 3 variables
Impractical for interval v
Lecture - Advanced Exploratory data analysis
First Step Introducing CONTROL VARIABLE
Review SPSS steps
The very early stages of most advanced statistical investigations can be characterized
as fishing expeditions.
Many variables are studie
Associated with each derived factor is a quantity known as an eigenvalue, which
corresponds to the equivalent number of variables which the factor represents.
The important of an eigenvalue rests on the decision we must make as to how ma
Lecture: Multiple Regression
Multivariate Regression Equation:
Y = a + b1X1 + b2X2 + b3X3 biXi + e
Multiple regression is an extension of simple regression but differs from it in that it aims
for full model specification. This means th
Lecture The Scientific revolution
How do we know what we know?
How do we know that what we know is really what we want to know?
How do we know what is true and what is not?
Do we really know anything?
Can we really know anything?
Lecture:The Operationalization of the Theory
Operationalization is the process of conversion or redefinition of our relatively abstract
theoretical notions into concrete terms that will allow us actually to measure what we are
Lecture: The Analysis of Data and Bivariate Analysis
Bivariate Analysis examines two variables simultaneously to look for a relationship
between them, searching for evidence that variation in one variable coincides with
variation in the other.
Lecture Scientific Research in Communication
If the theory disagrees with the empirical evidence, it is wrong. In that simple
statement is the key to science. It does not make any difference how beautiful
your guess is. It does not make a