Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 12:30:58 -0400
Reply-To: "Feinstein, Zachary" <ZFeinstein@HarrisInteractive.com>
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From: "Feinstein, Zachary" <ZFeinstein@HarrisInteractive.com>
Subject: Is it Possible To Change Bases in Standard Statistical
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Is it possible, within SPSS, to change the bases in standard statistical
significance testing? For example, I will be running multiple
correlation runs based on weighted data. When the correlations are
statistically tested I need to base these on new bases that are not
exactly unweighted bases but close. They are called "effective ns" and
I can calculate them myself pretty easily.
I could program this myself, but I wanted to first see if it could be
done somewhat automatically with the built-in SPSS procedures for
The same question would apply to independent t-tests, simple ANOVAs, and
statistical significance testing in CTABLEs too.
Thank you in advance.