21st May 2009 at 4:29 pm #5989
What it the best way to deal with multivariate regression using SPSS? Any hints to help grasp the basics with regression and ANOVA? Any online help link?
I am preparing a test and an interview for a research job in an INGO and the employer has clearly emphasized these skills.
Thank you in advance,
Jean Providence21st May 2009 at 10:02 pm #5998AndrewParticipant
Depends on your explanatory variables (independent variables)
1)ANOVA will deal with nominal and dummy variables (think “buckets”, like Catholic, Protestant, etc.)
2) More than 2 interval or ratio level variables (e.g. years of education) will use a standard multiple regression22nd May 2009 at 6:07 am #5997
Thank you Andrew.
Is there any online link that gives details about ANOVA and regression?
Thank you once again,
Jean Providence22nd May 2009 at 9:58 am #5996Katie MetzlerParticipant
Try this from Dr. Andy Field, master of SPSS! Available on the web…
http://www.statisticshell.com/multireg.pdf22nd May 2009 at 11:20 am #5995
Thank you Katie,
I have just downloaded the pdf and it looks interesting. I am going to read it.
Jean Providence23rd May 2009 at 5:55 pm #5994CassandraParticipant
I am doing a project on the ANOVAS. It is confusing to me. I need a simplified answer or matrix to compare them. I also do not understand when to add steps on SPSS for each ANOVA. How does this progression work?
Lost!!!!!!!!!!18th August 2009 at 7:02 am #5993
Thank you for your assistance, I have got the job and am glad and lucky to have helpful and knowledgeable researchers. The tips you gave me helped a lot. I am so grateful.
Keep in touch,
Best wishes19th August 2009 at 3:14 am #5992Berkay OzcanParticipant
Check this link! There are online tutorials for SPSS.
PS: Congrats Jean for the job!
Berkay11th November 2009 at 9:52 am #5991Professor Paul JacksonMember
I wish you every success in your new job. I hope you have found some good advice and sources on ANOVA and regression. My opinion is that the real problem is not with how to use SPSS (it is an easy package to use), but instead the logic and rationale for the conceptual models that you work with. Actually, the modern view is that ANOVA and regression are the same thing (they are both linear models). I discuss this more in my book on Management Research (Easterby-Smith, Thorpe and Jackson, 2008).
Your initial posting though hinted at something else. Multivariate regression is the term used for more than one dependent variable, and this is not hard to do in SPSS but is much more tricky to interpret because of the correlations among the dependent variables. Is that what you were meaning?
Professor Paul Jackson
Manchester Business School2nd March 2010 at 5:00 pm #5990Gary BriersMember
You write that “multivariate regression … is not hard to do in SPSS.”
Could you provide just a SHORT synopsis of the SPSS/PASW “analyze” procedures that one would use to do this? Let’s assume that we have the following
DV1 — intervally scaled dependent variable
DV2 — ”
IV1 — intervally scaled independent variable
IV2 — intervally-scaled independent variable
IV3 — nominally-scaled IV with 3 categories
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