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Quantitative Research Methods

Professor Andy Field's Blog

Bonferroni correcting lots of correlations

Someone posed me this question:



Some of my research, if not all of it (:-S) will use multiple correlations. I'm now only considering those correlations that are less than .001. However, having looked at bonferroni corrections today - testing 49 correlations require an alpha level of something lower than 0.001. So essentially meaning that correlations have to be significant at .000. Am I correct on this? The calculator that I am using from the…

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Posted on April 25, 2012 at 9:31 — 5 Comments

SPSS is not dead

This blog was published recently showing that the use of R continues to grow in academia. One of the graphs (Figure 1) showed citations (using google scholar) of different statistical packages in academic papers (to which I have added annotations).…

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Posted on April 14, 2012 at 9:47 — 5 Comments

One-Tailed Tests

I’ve been thinking about writing a blog on one-tailed tests for a while. The reason is that one of the changes I’m making in my re-write of DSUS4 is to alter the way I talk about one-tailed tests. You might wonder why I would want to alter something like that – surely if it was good enough for the third edition then it’s good enough for the fourth? Textbook writing is quite an interesting process because when I wrote the first edition, I was very much younger, and to some extent the content…

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Posted on April 2, 2012 at 10:36 — 5 Comments

Rock makes you Racist ... Apparently

Like buses, you don’t get a blog for weeks and then two come at once. I saw today this headline: Does listening to rock make you racist? Seven minutes of Bruce Springsteen makes students favour white people over others in the daily mail online. They also included a helpful picture of Scott Weiland wearing a…

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At 12:21 on August 21, 2012, Sinfree Gono said…

Dr Field

In A pickle with SPSS: Any Help!!!!. The question is as follows:

  1. Does your company have any working relationship with large companies? If so state the area and level of co-operation.

Area of Operation

Never

(once a year)

Rarely ( a few times a year)

Usually (monthly basis)

Frequently (once a month)

Always (regularly)

Trading partner

Supplier for the large company

Purchase products from large company

Supply chain (knowledge sharing)

Training and development

Other (please state)……………………                          

How best can you analyse this question? I have analysed each variable individually but i need to use multiple response analysis but i think i am not getting it right. Any thoughts inc other ways of analysing such question. Research is on impact of ICT use in SMEs.

 
 
 

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