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Repeating analysis after adding data
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Sat, 25 Feb 2017 10:01:25 GMTHello,

I'm new to SPSS. I have a database filled with answers from questionnaires. Every week, I get more filled in questionnaires and I add this data to my database. For the statistical analysis (t-tests and chi square tests) I have to repeat the whole process for every question when I add more data. Is there a way to analyse the whole database when I add data without doing the statistical analysis for every question again?
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Fri, 24 Feb 2017 18:34:21 GMTPlease I wan to find out if one set of respondents can respond to questions in a questionnaire that comprises questions for dependent and independent...Please I wan to find out if one set of respondents can respond to questions in a questionnaire that comprises questions for dependent and independent variables.

My Project:
The title of the project is : Gender Factors An Management of University.

The Independent Variables are:

Institutional factors

Religious believe

Home Work Interface

Mentoring

while the dependent variables is University Management
OBJECTIVE :
I want to find out if I can correlate these independent variables with dependent variable using Pearsons' Product moment Correlation.

MY RESPONDENTS/SUBJECTS: University workers

My QUESTION:
Can I administer the questionnaires on them and still correlate their responses on gender factors and management?