```Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 17:10:25 -0300 Reply-To: madeirafatima@bol.com.br Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" From: FĂˇtima Madeira Subject: How do you pronouce Likert??? Comments: To: =?utf-8?Q?Marta_Garc=C3=ADa=2DGranero?= In-Reply-To: <4A6DC15A.8050308@gmail.com> Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8

Hi,

I would like to understand what is the right wayÂ to pronouce scale likert
ItÂ´s like the word "like" or its like the word "see" something like "leekert"?

Tks,
FĂˇtima

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Em 27/07/2009 12:01, Marta GarcĂ­a-Granero < mgarciagranero@gmail.com > escreveu:

(with a very slight frown). I'm afraid this looks a lot like student's
homework. Is it so? Being a teacher myself, I usually don't like it.

Marta GG

Amy Green wrote:
>
> There was a survey reported in a news that classified a random sample of
> PP members according to employment (business or government) and membership
> (<2 years = new member, 2+ years = established member). Next, I asked the
> PP to provide me with the actual years of membership and corresponding
> salary of each member in the sample.
> I am interested in seeing whether years of membership has an effect on
> salaries.
> a. What should be my first approach to answer this?
> b. What is the more detailed approach to det ermine this?
> c. How would I determine the correlation between these two random
> variables?
> d. How would I determine the fraction of the variance in the salaries
> which is explainable by its relationship with the years of membership?
> e. I was asked to determine if the mean salary in government is
> 40,000 per year but I have an outlier in the data. Which method should be
> used to determine this?
>
> Choose from the possible methods:
> 1 boxplot
> 2 normal probability plot
> 3 descriptive statistics
> 4 sign test
> 5 confidence interval for a single mean
> 6 independent samples t-test
> 7 paired samples t-test
> 8 mann whitney U test
> 9 ANOVA
> 10 Levene's test
> 11 Kruskal-Wallis test
> 12 Chi square test
> 13 Pearson's correlation
> 14 Spearman's correlation
> 15 Rsquare
> 16 Simple Linear Regression
> 17 Fisher's exact test or Likelihood ratio test
> 18 Scatter Plot
>
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