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    WHich post-hoc test?




    Hi - I am a stats novice trying to find my way through my masters research. I have results that show a statistically significant relationship between gender and 3 aspects of usability: learnability, desirability and credibility. My supervisor has asked me to report the post-hoc test, but i thought post-hoc was only when there were 3 or more groups and I have only 2 genders reported in my study . Any advice would be good. (I'm using SPSS.)

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    Re: WHich post-hoc test?

    But the other variable has 3 groups right? So you have a 3x2 table. You can compare 1v2, 1v3, and 2v3 right. So create 3 different 2x2 tables?
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    Re: WHich post-hoc test?

    Well I wondered about that but I can't figure out how to do it in SPSS Like I said... total novice here!

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    Re: WHich post-hoc test?

    Does SPSS have a where Claus or some type of boolean logic, say;


    Where X1 NE "credibility'...
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    Re: WHich post-hoc test?


    you can refer the following paper

    http://www.ijsmi.com/Journal/index.p...article/view/1

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