Data analysis

Chi square test with the help of SPSS

A chi square (X2) statistic is used to investigate whether distributions of categorical variables differ... More

How to test one way ANOVA in SPSS?

ANOVA or Analysis of Variance is conducted to determine the significant differences between the means... More

Why is it important to test heteroskedasticity in a dataset?

Heteroskedasticity refers to the state of systematic changes in the spread of residuals or the... More

Why conduct a multicollinearity test in econometrics?

A multicollinearity test helps to diagnose the presence of multicollinearity in a model. Multicollinearity refers... More

How to test normality statistically?

Data scientists strictly prefer to test normality and work on normally distributed data because of... More

How to graphically test normality?

Normality test identifies the nature of the distribution of data of a given variable. Normal... More

How to work with a moderating variable in the regression test with SPSS?

Influencing or control variables are said to be a moderating variable and the effect of... More

How to work with a mediating variable in a regression analysis?

When the linkage between 2 variables exists through a middle variable. This middle variable is... More

How to process the primary dataset for a regression analysis?

Regression analysis signifies the extent of the relationship between the dependent and independent variables.

What is the relevance of significant results in regression analysis?

Regression analysis is the statistical measurement which helps in linking the variables and determining the... More

How to improve the correlation between the variables?

Correlation refers to the extent of a relationship between the variables. In order to determine... More

Quantitative data characteristics

Qantitative data refers to statistical datasets that express certain quantities, amounts and ranges.. Arithmetic operations... More

How to formulate a research strategy?

A research strategy refers to the step-by-step plan of action that gives direction to the... More

What are quantitative research sampling methods?

The quantitative research sampling method is the process of selecting representable units from a large... More

What is a stationarity test and how to do it?

Stationarity in stationarity test is a property of time series which states that the value... More

How to perform structural equation modelling (SEM) analysis with AMOS?

Structural equation modelling analysis being the multivariate statistical tool helps in determining the direct and... More

What is Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) analysis?

Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) analysis is a statistical method used in social science studies for... More

How is qualitative data analysed?

This article focusses on techniques used to analyse qualitative data. The choice of technique depends... More

Steps to conduct the capital asset pricing model (CAPM)

Capital asset pricing model (CAPM) is a method of estimating the risks of investing in... More

Different methods of conducting momentum analysis

In the previous article, different data types and challenges faced while conducting momentum of daily... More

An introduction to momentum analysis

Momentum analysis is mainly done to measure the rate of rising or fall in stock... More

Paired sample T-test

A paired sample t-test is used to determine whether there is a significant difference between... More