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I am new user of SPSS I need your urgent help to know how to find Reliability Coeffi
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Sun, 26 Jun 2016 21:55:31 GMTI am new user of SPSS and I am working on my Master's Project. I need urgent help. I want to find the reliability coefficient of Private and Public Schools (10) and I get the questionnaires filled by 10 people from each school. Now I have to find the Reliability Coefficient but I am failed to find the way that how I can compare the two questionnaires or do I have to find the reliablity coefficient of both Schools separately :shakehead No Idea what to do. I have hard time Please help Its urgent
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Sun, 26 Jun 2016 21:35:21 GMTI am working on a project in which i am comparing Public and Private schools performance for that I have to compare the data on SPSS to find the...I am working on a project in which i am comparing Public and Private schools performance for that I have to compare the data on SPSS to find the Reliablity Coefficient . Please help me I need quick response.
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Sun, 26 Jun 2016 20:50:10 GMTHi,

I'm a complete n00b when it comes to statistics, and I'm struggling to decide on the design for a statistics test, so I was wondering if someone might be willing and able to help me out please?

Basically, I have two independent variables with three levels and one dependent variable.

Thanks in advance!

Dave
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