Spss , Macroeconomics

(I am providing them below) of Module 5 before beginning this assignment.  You will have the opportunity to work through much of the assignment during the group activity for week 11, though the activity and this assignment are not completely identical.  Each student will use the same variables, but everyone must enter their own data and data cannot be identical to those of any other student.

  • Create an SPSS data file with the following variables: ID; Sex (1 = male; 2 = female); Hair colour (1 = brown; 2 = red; 3 = blonde; 4 = grey; 5 = black); Age (in years); and Grades (A, B, C, D, E, F).
  • Make up data for 30 subjects for each of the variables you created and enter data into SPSS.
  • Save the completed data file in SPSS as 'First name Surname initial Own Data.sav', e.g., J Jeffrey Own Data.sav'.
  • Write one hypothesis that you could test given the data you have; propose an appropriate statistical test to test the hypothesis; and conduct the test.
  • Copy and paste the output (test result) into your Word document.
  • Highlight the p-value and the test statistic in the output table.
  • Below the output, interpret a characteristic as appropriate for the variables used, e.g., most men in the sample had grey hair (only need 1 interpretation).
  • Then interpret the result (in both words and statistical language), i.e., if the null hypothesis was supported or refuted.

There is no specified page limit for the Word document; no references or reference list; APA format needed for font, cover page, running head, and page numbering only - may need to use landscape orientation and adjust page margins to less than 1" to ensure output table fits.  The submitted assignment will consist of 2 files: (a) Word document with a cover page, output table with highlighted p-value and test statistic, and written interpretations of results as noted above; and (b) your own data file as an SPSS file attachment.  Both files must be submitted to the Course Director by 11.55pm EST on Sunday, July 18, 2010 in the Assignment section of the course (Moodle) site.  Unlike your other assignments, you will be able to submit 2 separate files for this assignment.

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