Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 16:12:36 +0200
Reply-To: Marta García-Granero
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From: Marta García-Granero
Organization: Asesoría Bioestadística
Subject: Re: need help on 2 different samples
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RF> the situation is : i want to explain that attempts on increasing the
RF> motivation of worker, e.g. raise the salary (var A, measured in 60
RF> workers) will result in better service that customers get (var B,
RF> measured in 30 costumers). Martha has guessed it, and advanced my
RF> question. Thank you, Martha.
RF> but i still wondering, is there any other statistical operation i can
RF> use to answer my hypothesis, except correlation and regression of
RF> course. or maybe you can show me the best data collecting and
RF> processing technique so i can test the hypothesis.
Unless you can link a customers to workers, I see no solution with
your present data collection and layout.
If you had measures of the customers service before and after the
salary raise, you could try to compare means.
Any other thoughts from other listers? (c'mon, one step forward, don't
let all the fun for me...).