Advanced Data Analysis With Systat
Economists, biologists, health care professionals, and sociologists looking to do better statistics can confidently turn to this easy-to-follow guide to using Systat--one of the major computer-based statistical programs. The guide is brimming with helpful hints and practical shortcuts for performing contrast analysis in interaction, effect and size of estimation, and meta-analysis.
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Working with Data
Describing Data in SYSTAT
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analysis ANOVA bar graph box plot cell means chapter CHOICE data set Choose the menu Click OK coefficients column containing compute confidence intervals contrast weights correlated corresponding create data file data points degrees of freedom due to chance effect equal variance error bars error term estimate example data set F tests FAMSIZE females following commands function GENDER hit esc interaction kurtosis leaf display Levene's test line graph MACINTOSH males MATRIX MEDIAN menu item Graph/Plot/Data/2-D menu item Statistics/MGLH/MGLM MS-DOS nested normal distribution normal probability plot one-tailed option outliers p-value pairwise differences POLYNOMIAL pooled error pooled variance predicted procedures repeated measures residuals versus scatterplot SHOES data set shoes on income shown in Figure shown in Table shows SOURCE SS DF square root standard errors statistics stem and leaf studentized residuals subjects factors tells SYSTAT TEST SCORES data transformation two-tailed values variable list zero