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Removing duplicate measurements using Sigmaplot 13
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Thu, 27 Oct 2016 23:00:13 GMTHi,
Does anyone know how to remove duplicate values in one column and the corresponding values in the neighbouring column in Sigmaplot 13?
Need...Hi,

Does anyone know how to remove duplicate values in one column and the corresponding values in the neighbouring column in Sigmaplot 13?

Need help asap with this problem.
]]>Other SoftwareBeavercrossinghttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/66983-Removing-duplicate-measurements-using-Sigmaplot-13Help with regards to deciding appropriate statistical test for success criteria
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Thu, 27 Oct 2016 18:27:51 GMTHello,
I have the collective data of 35 eyes that underwent trabeculectomy surgery for glaucoma control. There is no control group, and...Hello,
I have the collective data of 35 eyes that underwent trabeculectomy surgery for glaucoma control. There is no control group, and based on the levels of postoperative intraocular pressure control the result are grouped into absolute success, relative success & failure. What statistical test in SPSS version 23 would be appropriate to determine if the success rate in this single group is significant ( as there is no control group with which to compare the outcomes?
Thank you.
]]>Biostatisticsneosagehttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/66982-Help-with-regards-to-deciding-appropriate-statistical-test-for-success-criteriaTwo mediators (serial mediation)
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Thu, 27 Oct 2016 16:53:41 GMTDear all,
I am writing my master thesis and really need help with one issue.
I am investigating the following serial mediation (so 2 mediators...Dear all,

I am writing my master thesis and really need help with one issue.

I am investigating the following serial mediation (so 2 mediators working in a row)

I worked with PROCESS and my results seem strange to me.

PROCESS indicates the indirect effect of the double Mediation. Since bootstraps do not include zero, it is significant. This seems logical to me because all single paths are also significant.

The direct effect of empathy on WOM Intention is 0.307 and significant (this is path c and is named as total effect by PROCESS).

What is strange now: The direct effect of empathy on WOM Intention (c', so when Moderators are considered) is -0.362 and also significant.

I thought that partial Mediation exist when c' is smaller than c. This is not the case. However, PROCESS indicates the Mmdiation as significant... and further: How could it be that it is negative now?

Thanks to eyerone who takes time to help me. THANKS!!! :)
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