There are two major types of errors one can make when attempting to draw conclusions about the larger population based on the information collected in the sample. For example, when performing an Independent Samples T-Test, one type of error that can occur is when there are significant differences between the groups based on a scale level dependent variable, but the test fails to detect them. Which of the following choices describe this sort of error? (Choose two.)
With IBM SPSS Statistics you can assign one of three levels of measurement to a variable. Which is the correct list of all three levels?
After studying the figure below1 select the correct statement.
Which interpretation is correct for the Correlations table'?
In the output of the CROSSTABS procedure, large residuals indicate agreement between the data and the null hypothesis of independence.