# Recent content by tanjaroberta

1. ### Mediation HELP - SIMPLE WAY OF DOING MEDIATION?

Between the variables: Access to HE (depedent variable) = Father education+ gender+ ethnicity + books at home Which values do is use to perform a mediation? Thank you for your help
2. ### Mediation HELP - SIMPLE WAY OF DOING MEDIATION?

Yes, it is a multilevel data. Not sure, what 'directed acyclic graphs' but anything easy to compare the impact of one variable to another?
3. ### Mediation HELP - SIMPLE WAY OF DOING MEDIATION?

Hi everyone, I am looking for some help with mediation? Ideally for some very simple instructions? My dissertation is due next week and never done stats/logistic regression before... I have attached the results of my spss output. I don't know which data to use and what values. Many thanks!!!
4. ### How to interpret -2 log likelihood is spss output

Great thank you
5. ### How to interpret -2 log likelihood is spss output

Sorry my internet connection is very bad so I kept on refreshing and accidently double posted. My question is using cox and snell r square interpretation can say the model explains 107-153 percent if the values of cox and snell r square are .107-. 153?
6. ### How to interpret -2 log likelihood is spss output

Can I interpret the results saying 107 - 153 percent, if log value are .107 and .153?
7. ### HELP!! Calculate odds for Exp (B)

Yes, it was a nested model. So can I just use the numbers in Exp(B) to compare the countries? Can calculate: Germany's Exp(B) divided by UK Exp(B)? to identify the difference in likelihood? Many thanks
8. ### HELP!! Calculate odds for Exp (B)

How do I calculate the odds for this???
9. ### Wald number are huge (733414.883) since applying weights to statistics

I have attached the whole pdf file. I am using PIACC data and have weight cases by the variable: SPFWT0 (as suggested by my supervisor) Thank you so much for helping!
10. ### Wald number are huge (733414.883) since applying weights to statistics

I have attached the different outcomes between with weight cases and without weight cases
11. ### Wald number are huge (733414.883) since applying weights to statistics

What does that mean? Is there a way around it? Or is it fine to use?
12. ### SPSS / logistic regression

I have performed a logistic regression using 5 different variables in a nested approach. Does this mean I have also performed mediation or do I need to that separately? I am very new to logistic regression ... and within a learning process.
13. ### Is hierarchical logistic regression the same as multilevel logistic regression?

Yes, it is a nested approach. So it is not the same as multilevel? thnak you!
14. ### Is hierarchical logistic regression the same as multilevel logistic regression?

Yes, it is a nested approach. So it is not the same as multilevel? thnak you!
15. ### Is hierarchical logistic regression the same as multilevel logistic regression?

Also how to use weights in SPSS / PIACC analysis? Sorry, I am new to stats.