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<![CDATA[Hotelling's T2 test and chi2 distributions]]>
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Sun, 23 Apr 2017 18:34:30 GMTFor the 1-2 weeks I've been trying to decompose the T2 statistic into two independent chi2-distributed statistics, but have had no success. I'm assuming its possible, as the T2 can be transformed into an F statistic, which is the ratio of two chi2 distributions. Any help or referrals would be much appreciated.
]]>Statistical ResearchMikeChttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/69322-Hotelling-s-T2-test-and-chi2-distributionshow it comes Exact sig = 1
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Sat, 22 Apr 2017 11:02:19 GMThello,
please help me to intrepret the Mann whitney output figuring in the picture bellow.And especially if the (exact sig = 1) is coorect ?
...hello,
please help me to intrepret the Mann whitney output figuring in the picture bellow.And especially if the (exact sig = 1) is coorect ?

thanks in advance

Ps: the Hypothesis is 2 tailed.

]]>Statistical Researchilyeshttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/69310-how-it-comes-Exact-sig-1SPSS Correlation of single variable and independent variables
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Fri, 21 Apr 2017 16:01:02 GMTHello,
I am working in spss 23 and I'm stuck. I have data for which I am attempting to determine if certain color of a personality (there are 4 values) have a significant correlation with how respondents answered to 12 leadership styles. I have entered my data into SPSS...I just cannot remember how to pull out one of the 4 values and look across all of the 12 styles to see if for example all blues prefer a certain style...
Help?
Thanks...Kelly
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