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    Statistical test or method to analyse a change in a variable over time.

    You are correct. I wasn't certain how your data were collected. You can use a 1-way ANOVA to determine whether any changes among the three groups are significant.
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    Statistical test or method to analyse a change in a variable over time.

    One simple approach that you can try is to plot the time series (# people using food bank) on an individuals control chart. This is a technique developed in industrial statistics to determine whether a process is stable and predictable, or under the influence of outside causes. If your data...
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    How to do data analysis for Likert scale questions?

    I agree with you Greta. I periodically analyze survey data with sample sizes in the thousands. Two questions may have distributions that are very different visually, yet have the same median and mode while the mean reflects the visual differences. While the mean may be somewhat biased in the...
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    Minitab 17 Discrete X Discrete Y Question

    As previously stated, your model is fully saturated. There are only enough degrees of freedom to estimate 15 terms. Your main effects and all 2-way interactions total 15. You need at least one degree of freedom to estimate the error term for a significance test. The best way of doing that is...
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    Need help with the appropriate statistical method

    A 2 proportions test.
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    Three-way ANOVA?

    This does change it somewhat. It now appears to be a split plot repeated measures design. The whole plot is the starting level of nematode and has 5 replicates. The subplot is the cover crop/control and has 3 replicates. The repeated measures are the 4 times in which the nematode population...
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    Three-way ANOVA?

    This is a split plot design (first developed in agriculture!). The field locations form the whole plots and the treatment/control form the subplots. Counting the population 4 times are repeats.
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    What about using a cross correlation to determine whether one or more of the time series is a leading indicator for another?
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    Relationships change, why

    Satisfaction is situational and will inherently change. If you have not read about the Kano model, I highly recommend doing so. I won't go through everything in the article, but want to point out the following: People will typically express satisfaction/dissatisfaction only about performance...
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    Finding Correlations

    I performed the analysis in Minitab. Excel does not have the capability to perform a cluster analysis. You can generate the scatter plot in Excel using a scatter (X-Y) plot (see attached), but would need the output from other software.
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    Finding Correlations

    Sorry. I did not attach the correct (latest) file. Here it is. And your interpretation of the responses vs cluster membership is correct.
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    Finding Correlations

    After running a factor analysis, the 2 questions (tech savvy and rating design) consolidate to a single factor, the two questions (create new food and create new menus) consolidate to a second factor, and the question (edit existing) falls out as not significant. Using cluster observations and...
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    Linear Regression and normal distributed data

    Neither are required to be normal. It is the residuals that must be normal. See the following paper on this topic.
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    Test for pre vs post measures for multiple groups?

    You can also calculate the pre-post difference and run a 1-way ANOVA on the difference. Use Dunnett's post hoc test to compare differences to the control group.
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    correlations with likert data

    This may be related to the expectation that there is no measurement error variation in the independent variables in regression. Ordinal data obviously does have a great deal of uncertainty. However, there are regression methods that can deal with errors in variables, so it is not an...