# 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