# Spss Module 7/ Data Interpretation

| November 19, 2015

Module 7 SPSS Data Interpretation

Due Date: Nov 18, 2015 23:59:59       Max Points: 20

Details:

A correlation determines if there is any statistical relationship between variables. The Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient measures the relationship between two variables. In this assignment, you will review the SPSS output for a correlation and use it to answer questions about the groups. You will also review the SPSS output to determine if a correlation exists between the variables.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

Directions:

Review the SPSS output file which reports the results of the correlation to see if there is a correlation between the cost of beer and the number of calories it contains or the cost of beer and the volume of alcohol it contains. Answer the following questions based on your observations of the SPSS output file:

Based on the correlation coefficients (r-values) that were computed and their statistical significance, what conclusions do you draw regarding

1. The researcher’s question of correlation between the cost of beer and the number of calories it contains?
2. The researcher’s question of correlation between the cost of beer and the volume of alcohol it contains?

Correlation between Cost and Calories (correlation coefficient, the significance of the correlation coefficient, i.e., p-value, and sample size are reported)

 Correlations Cost per 12 Fluid Ounces for brand Calories per 12 Fluid Ounces for brand Cost per 12 Fluid Ounces for brand Pearson Correlation 1 .214 Sig. (2-tailed) .216 N 35 35 Calories per 12 Fluid Ounces for brand Pearson Correlation .214 1 Sig. (2-tailed) .216 N 35 35

Correlation between Cost and Alcohol Volume (correlation coefficient, the significance of the correlation coefficient, i.e., p-value, and sample size are reported)

 Correlations Cost per 12 Fluid Ounces for brand Alcohol by Volume (in %) for brand Cost per 12 Fluid Ounces for brand Pearson Correlation 1 .199 Sig. (2-tailed) .252 N 35 35 Alcohol by Volume (in %) for brand Pearson Correlation .199 1 Sig. (2-tailed) .252 N 35 35

SPSS Access Instructions

SPSS (Statistical Program for the Social Sciences) is a computer program that is the de-facto standard used by research institutions and universities for the completion of quantitative analysis.As a doctoral learner, knowledge of quantitative research techniques and the application of these methods as provided in the application software is a required doctoral competency.Doctoral learners are required to use SPSS during several courses to complete specific assignments.Doctoral learners may execute SPSS Base Module and Advanced Statistics in one of two ways.

SPSS Installation on Learner’s PC or MAC

All SPSS programs installed on learner computers employ a security activation key which is in effect for 12 months. Should you receive a message indicating your SPSS software is out of date or requires a new activation key, simply follow the PC Update or MAC Update instructions. The update is typically completed in less than five minutes.

SPSS Server Access

Remember that when completing course assignments using the SPSS server, it is necessary to first download the SPSS data file (.SAV) prior to accessing the SPSS Server.Once the data file is download to your computer, you can OPEN the file directly from SPSS.

Technical Support

Should you encounter any technical issues when attempting to install SPSS on your computer or access the GCU SPSS Server, please contact GCU IT Technical Support at 877-428-8447.Hours of operation: Monday – Friday: 6 AM – Midnight; Saturday and Sunday: 7 AM – Midnight (AZ time). Should you require assistance using SPSS to perform analysis, please contact your GCU faculty member.

PSY-845 SPSS Data Set Legend

Information has been gathered on 35 brands of wheat beer. Qualitative (categorical) information has been given codes. Information that is in numerical form (e.g., \$ amount) does not need to be coded.

Here are all the types of information gathered on these beers:

1. Product name (abbreviation of product’s brand name)
2. Product ID code
1. Codes: Each brand is given a numerical ID, with 1 being the first one to 35 for the last one
3. Rating assigned to the product by a taste expert  for each brand
1. Codes: 1 = Very good

2 = Good

3 = Fair

1.  Recommended by leading beer connoisseur magazine?
1. Codes:  0 = no

1 = yes

1. Country of origin for each brand:
1. Codes: 1 = USA

3 = France

4 = Holland

5 = Mexico

6 = Germany

7 = Japan

1. Availability in the USA for each brand
1. Codes: 1 = National

2 = Regional

1. Price per 6-pack for each brand (values are in US Dollars)
2. Cost per 12 fluid ounces for each brand (values are in US Dollars)
3. Calories per 12 fluid ounces
4. Sodium per 12 fluid ounces for each brand (values are in milligrams, mg)
5. Alcohol by volume for each brand (values are percents, %)
6. Price class for each brand
1. Codes: 0 = Not classified

3 = Popular

1. Regular or reduced calorie for each brand
1. Codes: 0 = Regular

1 = Reduced calorie

1. Number of US states in which brand was sold in 2008.
2. Number of US states in which brand was sold in 2012.

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