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    Statistically significant disagreement between beekeepers

    We don't have the actual numbers, unfortunately, we're trained to make guesses based on observations. so low, for example, could be something like between 1-3 mites for every approximately 30 bees. and they go in tiers like that: (1-3) low, (3-6) medium-ish, (6+) high, etc. Does this help?
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    Statistically significant disagreement between beekeepers

    So, we had some warmer years than others, and there was also a big pesticides ban that happened in the Eu. so essentially the Hypothesis is that one of these environmental factors has had an effect on the levels of Varroa mites present on one year or another. if you want to have a look at the...
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    Statistically significant disagreement between beekeepers

    Hi, I posted recently on here for help with a small hobbyists beekeeping study and was met with great help from user Karabiner. Because of this, I'm hoping that the community can offer some extra statistical advice that will also settle a disagreement between myself and my colleague. In...
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    New to SPSS, hoping for help!

    Thanks for the reply, Karabiner! I can certainly describe my data a bit more! The units I'm looking at are "frames of honey produced over a year" so for last year i got 14, and my colleges 18, 15 and 11. (though i'm hoping to ask more people later if that changes anything?) Next is the "area...
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    New to SPSS, hoping for help!

    Hi, I'm pretty new to SPSS but I have a project I'd like to work on, would anybody be able to advise me on which tests to run so I can look for an instructional video? I've got my beekeeping records from this year and a few colleges' sheets. It has data about how much honey we've had produced...