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    would you please guide me to analyze it? i will tell u overall view of the questionnaire and goals and hope to help me how to analyze it

    the questionnaire consists of 4 parts
    1st part( want to know what Internet financial reporting ways the investor aware of ) and here sample of questions

    1- Excel Very aware of it --------------> Not aware of it at all
    2-HTML

    and so on so how to Analyze that part?

    2nd part ( will give the investor two ways of financial reporting and will ask some quetions to SOLVE then give him a question after each choice he made to rate the diffculty of the task) so will b like the following

    for Traditional finacnail reporting

    1- Identify which bank has the highest cash Balance BANK a bank b bank c so here will chose one answer ( that type of data is nominal or scale)? and how to analyze it?

    2- please rate the diffculty of the task very easy ------------------- very hard

    and then repeat it twice
    and here come to the Internet financal reporting and repeat the same questions

    so is here can use wilcoxon test?? to analyze between Traditional and Internet reporting? or how to analyze between them??

    third part of the questionnaire related to benefits of the Internet financal reporting

    and will be as follows
    1- Internet finacnal reporting increase Timeliness of accounting information on likert scale Total agreee ----------------- total refuse

    so how to analyze that part??

    fourth part related to the obstacle of applying financial reporting and will be as follows

    1- effort needed to learn financal reporting totaly agree ---------------- total refuse


    so how to analyze that part??

    knowing that it ONE group , or i guess i can divided them into two related groups

    so what to use?? sorry for taking long of your time thanks again

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    Re: help in Real survey data analysis‏

    i will tell u overall view of the questionnaire and goals
    The goals part is important. What is your research question(s)? What dies the actual rating/response scale look like? Does each section represent a domain for a larger latent construct? How many questions per section?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trinker View Post
    The goals part is important. What is your research question(s)? What dies the actual rating/response scale look like? Does each section represent a domain for a larger latent construct? How many questions per section?
    thanks alot for reply my Research hypotheses as follows:

    XBRL financial reports increase comparability of accounting information compared to Traditional financial reports

    second one

    XBrl financial reports increases Timeliness of accounting information compared to Traditional financial reports


    that are the main goals of the research so
    first of all i started a general questions to know the user knowledge about different ways of financial reporting over net

    that part on 5 point likert scale from know very well about it ------till _------ not know any about it

    excel
    pdf
    html
    xbrl

    so how to analyze that part??? only know the percentage??? as that my goal in that part



    the second part will give three TRADITIONAL financial statments of three banks and three questions to solve from that statements and after each question will ask the user to rate the easy of the task

    so will be like that

    which bank has the higher balance in cash?

    bank a
    bank b
    bank c
    not exist

    here the data will be nominal or scale?

    and guess will analyze it as percentage

    and that question is followed by five point likert scale asking about the easy of the task

    IS that task was easy?

    Strongly agree ------------------- strngly disagree

    which bank has balance of 242015212 in Cash in Euro? ( btw the statments in dollar) so the user will have to convert currency

    then rate the easy of the task


    and another question about debt ratio ( here will have to solve it)

    then rate the easy of the task question
    on 5 point likert

    and then give the user XBRL financial statments of another different three banks
    in two language and two currency

    and ask the same previos questions

    so the point here the user will rate it as not easy task while in the XBRL statment will rate it as very easy task

    so how to analyze that part??? is wilcoxon do it? if so please would you tell me how?



    third part in the questionnaire will be about the general benefits of the XBRL 10 questions about its benefits related to Comparability and Timliness on five point likert scale

    strongly agreee ------------------------ strngly disagree


    so how to analyze it and to support the previos section??


    fourth part and consist of 10 questions realted to the obstaclues of applying XBRL in Reality

    on five point likert scale too , here just want to get the highest and lowest challenges so how to analyze it??

    thanks alot for your concern and hope you can help me

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