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    Hi,

    I have been working on analyzing a survey data using SPSS. I am supposed to use ordinal regression analysis. I have watched a couple of videos in order to learn how to run the test; yet I am unable to report my results. Would anyone kindly guide me on this, please.

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    Re: reporting ordinal regression results

    Are you familiar with logistic regression or basic linear regression? Where are your particular questions?
    The power set of any set X has a cardinality strictly greater than X (|P(X)|>|X|), including the situation of an infinite set.

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    Re: reporting ordinal regression results


    Thanks, hlsmith.
    No, I am not familiar with these types of analysis. In particular, I am looking whether demographic characteristics as well as disease features can predict questionnaire responses (a five-points likert scale of strongly disagree to strongly agree). Originally, I used Chi-square tests to examine associations of these with participants' responses; yet was considered wrong by the examiners (I am a PhD student).

    P.S. Apologies for my bad language as English is not my first language.

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