By Nikos Ntoumanis
SPSS is the foreign typical software program package deal for information research within the social sciences. This ebook is the one SPSS consultant designed in particular for college students within the fields of game, workout and kinesiology. It comprises recreation particular situations and information all through.
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Usually, a cell in a data file represents one observation for a particular case. However, on some occasions you may want a cell to represent the frequency of occurrence of cases of a particular variable. In Figure 13 the column frequenc shows that 100 pupils differ in their choice of favourite football club: 32 pupils support club A, 26 support club B, 19 support club C, 14 support club D, and 9 support club E. Weight cases will tell SPSS that the values in the cells represent frequencies of occurrence of cases and not individual cases.
If you are interested in examining in detail a specific percentile, you can type its value in the Percentile(s) box of Dialog box 48 and then click Add. For Statistical tests 47 Dialog box 48 example, if you are interested in the 90th percentile, that is, in those individuals whose scores on extrinsic motivation are higher than 90% of the sample, the Output window will tell you that these individuals have a score of 7 on the extrinsic motivation scale. Quartiles present the values for the 25th, 50th, and 75th percentile, that is, they give the cut-off points for 4 equal groups (Table 6).
However, you also want to include in this variable those with low intention to exercise. Follow the same procedure by typing 2 in the Numeric Expression box of Dialog box 31. 7, if you do not want to include the median score). Click Continue and then OK. , intengro). Click OK because you want to change it so that it contains the values of both 1 and 2. 34 Data handling Dialog box 31 Dialog box 32 Dialog box 33 You can also use the Compute option to create a new categorical variable which will be the combination of two existing variables (useful for ANOVA and MANOVA; see the Analyze menu).
A Step-by-Step Guide to SPSS for Sport and Exercise Studies by Nikos Ntoumanis