Please review the Tutorial titled “Tutorial on Intro to SPSS and Descriptive Stats” prior to attempting this homework.
Attached is a data file. It is an SPSS file, so you can only open it on a computer with SPSS installed. These data represent 20 workers at a factory. The data include:
ID- the workers’ ID numbers
Unit- how many units of product the employee produces per day
Days- the number of days missed work per month (absences)
Years- the number of years the employee has been with the company
Gender- whether the employee is male or female
Turn in your SPSS printouts (Word or PDF file) along with answers to the following problems (Word or pdf file):
1. What is the the mean, median, and mode for unit, days, and years?
2. What percentage of the employees are male and what percentage are female?
3. What is the range, standard deviation, and variance for unit, days, and years?
SPSS assignment 1 Descriptives.sav
2nd part below
Please review the Tutorial titled “Tutorial on Correlations in SPSS” prior to attempting this homework assignment.This data set contains data from a study on social anxiety. Participants were asked to complete a social anxiety questionnaire that scored their social anxiety from 1 to 10, where 1 is low social anxiety and 10 is high social anxiety. Participants also completed a questionnaire on the number of social interactions they had per day. The numbers in the “interactions” column correspond to the number of interactions they had on a typical day. Finally, the number in the “home” column corresponds to the number of days per week stayed home all day.What is the correlation between social anxiety and interactions (give me the r value)?
Explain what this correlation coefficient means about the relationship between social anxiety and social interactions. In plain english, explain how the two are related.
What is the correlation between social anxiety and days spent at home (give me the r value)?
Explain what this correlation coefficient means about the relationship between social anxiety and days spent at home (in plain english, not statistics jargon).
Of the two correlations you computed, which is stronger?
Generate scatterplots for the two correlations.
*When I say to explain something in plain english, I mean to use wording such as, “The hotter is is outside, the more ice cream people tend to eat, but the relationship is not very strong.”Turn in a PDF or word document of your SPSS output and a PDF or word document of your answers to the questions.Attachments
correlations assignment- SPSS 2.sav
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