SPSS can be used to conduct an ANOVA to analyze the variances of 3 or more groups. You may also need to calculate effect sizes (such as eta-squared or partial eta-squared) and conduct post-hoc tests (such as Tukey’s HSD or Bonferroni) to determine which groups are significantly different from each other. After you’ve compiled your SPSS results, copy them into a Word document. You can also explain each one.
SPSS may be required to run a chi square test of independence for exercise 35. This will determine whether there is any relationship between the categorical variables. You may also need to calculate effect sizes (such as Cramer’s V) to determine the strength of the relationship. Once your SPSS results are compiled, you can paste them into Word and give explanations.
These are only guidelines. The specific steps and procedures will vary depending on what data and questions you have been asked. You should carefully review and adhere to the instruction in the book. If you have any questions, please consult your instructor and classmates.