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Data Analysis

What topic covered under Data Analysis?

1. Basic of statistical analysis (Go here)

    a. An introduction and overall picture

    b. Steps in data analysis

        i. Steps in undertaking statistical appropriate statistics

    c. Choosing a specific type of test: 

        i. Two broad types of statistics: descriptive and                           inferential statistic

       ii. Descriptive statistic

      iii. Inferential statistics

    d. Making a conclusion from the statistics: 

        i. Null hypothesis testing: the "p" value

2. Using SPSS (Go here)

​    a. Data entry into SPSS 

        i. Opening and closing SPSS

       ii. The SPSS Interface

      iii. Creating Variables and Entering Data

b. Data cleaning - involve generating descriptive statistics

c. Normality testing using SPSS 

3. Descriptive statistics using SPSS (Go here)

Mean mode median, normality testing, maximum/minimum, frequency

4. Inferential statistics using SPSS (Go here)

a. Independent "T" test

b. Chi-square 

c. Correlation and regression

[ Power Point Notes: General principle of Data Analysis ]

1. The basic of statistical analysis:

a. An introduction and overall picture

b. Steps in data analysis:

i. Steps in undertaking statistical appropriate statistics

c. Choosing a specific type of test: 

i. Two broad types of statistics: descriptive and inferential statistic

ii. Descriptive statistic

iii. Inferential statistics

d. Making a conclusion from the statistics: 

i. Null hypothesis testing: the "p" value

2. Using SPSS

a. Data entry into SPSS 

i. Opening and closing SPSS

ii. The SPSS Interface

iii. Creating Variables and Entering Data

b. Data cleaning - involve generating descriptive statistics

c. Normality testing using SPSS 

3. Descriptive statistics using SPSS 

Mean mode median, normality testing, maximum/minimum, frequency

4. Inferential statistics using SPSS  

a. Independent "T" test

b. Chi-square 

c. Correlation and regression