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# 2300 Lab11 Exam Review (SPSS).pdf

Department
Health Studies
Course Code
HLST 2300
Professor
Hannah Wong
Study Guide
Final

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1. Given the below output, calculate the IQR:
2. Given the below data, fill in the table
Variable
Measure (nominal, ordinal, scale)
PT_ID
Gender
Age
Education_Level
Favourite_Colour

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3. Transform > Recode into Different Variables allows you to:
a) Combine categorical variables
b) Compute a new variable that is the difference between the values of two existing variables
c) All of the above
d) None of the above
4. Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Crosstabs allows you to:
a) Create a pivot table
b) Introduce layers into your table
c) Rearrange the information in a table in a variety of ways
d) All of the above
5. The below table describes
a) Measures of central tendency
b) Measures of deviation
c) Measures of deviation from normality
d) All of the above
6. The percentage of observations that lie above a particular category in a data set can be
identified from a frequency table in the column identified as:
a) Frequency

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b) Percent
c) Valid percent
d) Cumulative percent
7. For the below frequency table, the valid percent for category ‘<= 2’ is:
a) 34 / 1048
b) 34 / 261
c) 34 / 787
d) 34
8. When you have two (or more) groups of participants and you want descriptive statistics for
individual groups, which of the following would you use?
a) Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Frequencies
b) Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Descriptives
c) Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Explore
d) Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Crosstabs
9. The below bar graph was generated using:
a) Clustered, Summaries for groups of cases
b) Clustered, Summaries of separate variables
c) Stacked, Summaries for groups of cases
d) Stacked, Summaries of separate variables