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Which Analysis is Correct? (if any)
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Wed, 27 Apr 2016 19:34:10 GMTHi! I have a design with two categorical iv and one continuous iv with a continuous dv. I wanted to see if there was a main effect or interaction...Hi! I have a design with two categorical iv and one continuous iv with a continuous dv. I wanted to see if there was a main effect or interaction from the categorical ivs, so I used the syntax:

glm DV by IV1 IV2.

There were no significant interactions or main effects. I wanted to then add in the third and continuous iv, so I ran:

glm DV by IV1 IV2 with IV3/
design=IV1 IV2 IV3 IV1*IV3 IV2*IV3 IV1*IV2*IV3.

I'm confused if I did something wrong because the F and p values for IV1 and IV2 are different from the earlier output. Why is this and which one would I report?

Thanks so much!
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Wed, 27 Apr 2016 16:47:18 GMTHello. I'm brand new with SPSS and I have to analyse a likert scale and I don't know what type of analysis are suitable.

I have 30 completed questionnaires within 3, 4 and 5 stars hotels. Every questionnaire has 10 question about how important (from 1 to 5) are ethics / traditions / symbols etc. in their hotels + the gender/age/position etc of everyone that responded.

The descriptive analysis is considered too easy. I've already entered the data in SPSS (hopefully in the right way) and now the more I read about all the analysis the more I get confused.

Help please.
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