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    What statistical approach shoud I use in this data?




    Given there are students who answered the survey.
    About 30 students who answered.
    I cant see. To use t-test or anova here hmmm what should I use to interpret the data?
    Should I just the percentage of every questions in line with the number of votes that each questions get?

    Here is the link: https://ibb.co/coZZEQ

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    Re: What statistical approach shoud I use in this data?

    Hi,

    I think indeed as you suggested, I would count up the votes for each question and plot this in a graph for each question. Not sure what extra you could get of of this using any significance test.

    Hope this helps!

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    Re: What statistical approach shoud I use in this data?


    Quote Originally Posted by Joppekb View Post
    Hi,

    I think indeed as you suggested, I would count up the votes for each question and plot this in a graph for each question. Not sure what extra you could get of of this using any significance test.

    Hope this helps!
    Well I was thinking of two way anova.. I need to consider other variables such as sex, income and working status. right?
    I mean getting their votes is one thing, but what about concerning the variables does it not affect the survey or make things bias?
    In the end I just want to make is sophisticated any suggested test?

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