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TAKE HOME TEST

Question 1

Using Data File: staffsurvey.sav

a. Follow the procedures to generate appropriate descriptive statistics to answer the following

questions:

i. What percentage of the staff in this organization are permanent employees (use the

variable employstatus)?

ii. What is the average length of service for staff in the organization (use the variable

service)?

iii. What percentage of respondents would recommend the organization to others as a good

place to work (use the variable recommend)?

b. Assess the distribution of scores on the Total Staff Satisfaction scale (totsatis) for employees who

are permanent versus casual (employstatus).

i. Are there any outliers on this scale that you would be concerned about?

ii. Are scores normally distributed for each group?

Question 2

Using Data File: sleep.sav

a. Generate a histogram to explore the distribution of scores on the Epworth Sleepiness Scale

(ess).

b. Generate a bar graph to compare scores on the Sleepiness and Associated Sensations Scale

(totSAS) across three age groups (agegp3) for males and females (gender).

c. Generate a scatterplot to explore the relationship between scores on the Epworth Sleepiness

Scale (ess) and the Sleepiness and Associated Sensations Scale (totSAS). Ask for different

markers for males and females (gender).

d. Generate a boxplot to explore the distribution of scores on the Sleepiness and Associated

Sensations Scale (totSAS) for people who report that the do/ do not have a problem with their

sleep (problem).

e. Generate a line graph to compare scores on the Sleepiness and Associated Sensations Scale

(totSAS) across the different age groups (use the agegp3 variable) for males and females

(gender).

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Question 3

Using Data File: Data Exam

a. Start with a visual inspection of the data draw a scatter plot with the variable Preparation on the

x-axis and Mark on the y-axis. Does the graph indicate any association between the two

variables?

b. To obtain a quantitative measure of the degree of association between the two variables, select

Correlate Bivariate from the Analyze pull-down menu. In the dialogue box, move the two

variables Preparation and Mark into the Variables frame. Make sure that Pearson is selected in

the Correlation Coefficients frame and that Two-tailed is selected in the Test of Significance

frame. Click OK. Take a look at the output table: What is the correlation between the two

variables? Is it significant?

c. To perform a linear regression analysis, select Regression Linear from the Analyze pull down

menu. In the Linear Regression dialogue box select Mark as Dependent and Preparation as

Independent. To get some graphs for the model validation, click the Plots button and select

*SDRESID as Y and *ZPRED as X. Select Histogram and Normal probability plot in the

Standardized Residual Plots frame. Click Continue and the OK in the Linear Regression box

to perform the analysis. Take a look at the output:

i. Compare R in the Model Summary table with the correlation coefficient that you obtained

above.

ii. From the results presented in the ANOVA table, what can you say about the overall linear

regression model is it significant?

iii. What is the intercept and slope of the estimated regression line, and are they both

significantly different from zero? Also compare the sign of the estimated slope with the sign of

the correlation coefficient should they have equal or opposite signs?

iv. The ANOVA and the t-tests used in the analysis assume that the errors are normally

distributed and have constant variance. Are there any signs in the plots of the residuals that

these assumptions are not met?

.

d. To insert a regression line in the scatter plot of the data, right-click on the graph and choose Edit

Content In Separate Window from the pop-up menu. In the Chart Editor select Fit Line at

Total from the Elements pull-down menu. Make sure that Linear is selected in the Fit Method

box in the Fit Line tab. Then click Close to proceed. The least squares linear regression line

should now be visible in the graph. Close the Chart Editor.

e. Perform the corresponding analysis with the variable Pub (which represents hours spent at the

pub instead of preparing for the exam) as independent variable and Mark as dependent variable.

f. Finally, do the same with the variable Commuting (which represents hours spent commuting to

and from the university) as independent variable and Mark as dependent variable.

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Question 4

The accompanying data is on y = profit margin of savings and loan companies in a given year, x1 = net revenues in

that year, and x2 = number of savings and loan branches offices.

X1 X2 y X1 X2 y

3.92 7298 0.75 3.66 6546 0.78

3.61 6855 0.71 3.97 7115 0.70

3.32 6636 0.66 3.82 6890 0.79

3.07 6506 0.61 4.07 7327 0.68

3.06 6450 0.70 4.25 7546 0.72

3.11 6402 0.72 4.41 7931 0.55

3.21 6368 0.77 4.49 8097 0.63

3.26 6340 0.74 4.70 8468 0.56

3.42 6349 0.90 4.58 8717 0.41

3.42 6352 0.82 4.69 8991 0.51

3.45 6361 0.75 4.71 9179 0.47

3.58 6369 0.77 4.78 9318 0.32

3.78 6672 0.84

a. Determine the multiple regression equation for the data.

b. Compute and interpret the coefficient of multiple determination, R

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.

c. At the 5% significance level, determine if the model is useful for predicting the response.

d. Create scatterplots to check Assumption 1 as well as to identify potential outliers and potential influential

observations.

e. At the 5% significance level, does it appear that any of the predictor variables can be removed from the full

model as unnecessary?

Hint:

1. Type in ARIAL , font 10

2. Paste the SPSS output by using paste special [Picture (Enhanced Metafile)] to the word.

3. Report must be your own approach ( can refer from the statistics books) and strictly do not copy paste from

others.

4. Put your name, programme, matric no, mobile phone, passport photo and e-mail: Compulsory

5. Due date: 5 June 2014

6. Address:Jamal @ Nordin Yunus, Fakulti Pengurusan Dan Ekonomi, UPSI.

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