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**0 INTRODUCTION DATA ANALYSIS
**

A total of 40 questionnaires were distributed among the randomly seller and

buyer selected respondents and the tested using the Statistical Package for Social

Sciences (SPSS) 22.0 version software in order to key all data, analyze and

formulated the data collection from the respondents via questionnaire. In this

particular research, the researcher will examine the establishment of descriptive

analysis, reliability test, and independent t-test.

4.1 Descriptive Analysis

Table 4.1 GENDER

Cumulative

Frequency

Valid

Missing

Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

MALES

21

51.2

52.5

52.5

FEMALES

19

46.3

47.5

100.0

Total

40

97.6

100.0

1

2.4

41

100.0

System

**In the table 4.1, the Frequency column summarize the total number gender of
**

respondents. For example, 21 people represent the total of male’s respondent and 19

people of the respondent will represent the total of female’s respondent. The percent

column displays this frequency in percentage from all genders. The valid percent

column is the proportion of scores for those genders that are valid. Because the

researcher don’t have missing data in the research. The percent and valid percent

column are identical. The cumulative percent column is the summation of the

percentage for that score with the percentage for all lesser scores.

Table 4.Bar Chart 4.1: The percent of gender of the respondents This bar chart above shown about the percentage of the gender of the respondent.3% and percentage of males 51.2%. where the percentage of females 46. The percentage of female is very high compare to the males.2 KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ONLINE BUSINESS .

5 50.0 82.0 Valid Percent 17.Frequenc y Percent Valid FAMILY 7 17. the Frequency column summarize the total number of academic qualification level. from internet 13 and the event is 7.7 INTERNET13 31.0 In the table 4. Because the researcher doesn’t have missing data in the research.5 17. For example. The valid percent column is the proportion of scores for those knowledge about online business that are valid. The percent column displays this frequency in percentage from the knowledge about online business.1 Total 40 97. 13 respondents from friends. 7 people represent the total number of respondents comes from family. .4 Total 41 100.0 Cumulative Percent 17.5 32. The cumulative percent column is the summation of the percentage for that score with the percentage for all lesser scores.1 FRIENDS 13 31.5 100.2.7 EVENT 7 17.6 Missing System 1 2.5 100. The percent and valid percent column are identical.5 32.

Table 4. while for the family and event is 17. friends. The bar chart shown the highest percentage is friends and internet which is 31.3 EDUCATION .Bar Chart 4. The categories are family.7%.2: The percent of knowledge about online business The bar chart above shown about percentage of the knowledge about online business of this research. internet and event.1%.

for degree 10 respondent and the postgraduate 9.Cumulative Frequency Valid CERTIFICATE Percent 19. The percent column displays this frequency in percentage from education level. 13 respondents from diploma.0 22.0 DIPLOMA 13 31.0 20.5 100.0 40 97.0 77. The cumulative percent column is the summation of the percentage for that score with the percentage for all lesser scores. the Frequency column summarize the total number of education of the respondent.0 Total Total Valid Percent 8 POSTGRADUATE Missing Percent System In the table 4.4 25.6 100.5 9 22. The valid percent column is the proportion of scores for education level that are valid.7 32. 8 people represent the total number of respondents from certificate. The percent and valid percent column are identical.5 52.0 1 2. .4 41 100.3.5 20.5 DEGREE 10 24. Because the researcher don’t have missing data in the research.

. The chart shows the total of percentages of the certificate 19.Bar Chart 4. degree 24. This bar chart shows about 4 categories of certificate.5% then diploma 31.4% and the postgraduate 22. diploma.0%.3: The percent of education level of respondents The bar chart above shown about the percentages of education level of the respondent.7%. degree and postgraduate.

.

Most people are not apathy with the information of the item able to manage finances more effectively and efficiently The customers are taking seriously about the delivery date. our values for 1. 2.2 Description on interval/scale data Table 4.00 3.00.84393 Deviation online transaction in buying the item.00 3.83333 40 2.00 5.00.00 5.00 is for Strongly Disagree while our minimum value that we get is the average of 3.0700 . and 5.70918 40 2.00 for the maximum.0700 .87039 40 2. m m 40 3.9000 .76877 40 2.00 5. So based on our mean score which are all above 3.1. .5 ATTITUDE N The buyer is confident to use Minimu Maximu Mean Std.00 is for Strongly Disagree and the value for 5.00 4. Valid N (listwise) 40 Based on the table above by using descriptive analysis on our perception variables.4. The customers are following well the instruction for the transaction activity.9500 . we can conclude that all the respondent agrees with our question on perception.00 5.00 4.3900 .00.00 5.00 4.

00 4.93609 into the online business world The medium for online business in current situation is enough. (E.77192 40 2.00 5.6700 . practice/ capital) The delivering process is efficient and secure. Valid N (listwise) 40 Based on the table above by using descriptive analysis on our challenges variables.7 Behavioral Intention .Table 4.g internet access/ market ) Seller is having enough assists from government.6 Common Issues N Minimum Maximum Mean Std.9500 .00.9900 . So based on our mean score which are all above 3.00 and 5.00 and 1. our values for 1.00 5.00 5. Deviation It is easy to gain access 40 2.00 for the maximum.00 is for Strongly Disagree and the value for 5. we can conclude that all the respondent agree with our question on challenges.00 5. Table 4. the (E.00 3.00 3.00 3.97499 40 2.g.83339 40 1.1800 .00 is for Strongly Disagree while our minimum value that we get is 2.

00 2.74339 has 40 2.00 for the maximum. 1.00 is for Strongly Disagree and the value for 5.00 2.00 5.2 RELIABILITY TEST .67292 and profitable.2800 . Online business bright future information and bad technique in marketing to gain profit. we can conclude that all the respondent agree with our question on challenges 4. I will suggest online 40 2. So based on our mean score which are all above 3.3700 .00 5.00 3.00.00. Valid N (listwise) 40 Based on the table above by using descriptive analysis on our challenges variables. Deviation Business online is fun 40 3. 2.N Minimum Maximum Mean Std. our values for 1.8500 .00 2.00.8900 .84609 business activity to friends.00 and 5.00 is for Strongly Disagree while our minimum value that we get is 3.00 5.88499 I will not use the fake 40 1.00 5.

29 and standard deviation of 3.69 and standard deviation of 3. Referring to table 4. 4. for management research the reliability should be 0. Table 4. therefore the items representing job satisfaction is highly reliable.8 and above(citation).53.8 is suitable reliability for academic research.7-0.53423 0.8 and above(citation).2900 Deviation 3.712 Mean 5 19. However. for management research the reliability should be 0. therefore the items representing job satisfaction is highly reliable.8 Reliability Statistics for Challenges Cronbach's Alpha Std. However.7.7-0. N of Items .712.786 Mean 6 24.07211 0.786. Referring to table 4. Cronbach alpha coefficient is 0.07. The reliability for job satisfaction items is based on 6 items with mean 24. N of Items .7 Reliability Statistics for Perception Cronbach's Alpha Std. Cronbach alpha coefficient is 0.8 is suitable reliability for academic research.8. The reliability for job satisfaction items is based on 5 items with mean 19.6970 Deviation 3.3 INFERENCE ANALYSIS .Table 4.

9 is the independent t-test to test the hypothesis H1: Male and Female Attitude issues in online business.9 shows t = -0. There is homogeneity of variance in the data collected. H0: µm = µf Ha: µm ≠ µf Table 4.9 show that levene’s test = 4.65781 -. task the item representing perception and challenges. t-test for Equality of Means t Equal variances Equal variances assumed not assumed 4.10 Independent Samples Test for Challenges C .75042 . H1 is supported.03859 the Difference Upper .044 df Sig. df = 98.044 (rule of the thumb sig less than 0. a independent t-test was run because gender has two categories.72297 Table 4.269 .The data was prepared for further analysis.9 Independent Samples Test for Perception A Levene's Test for Equality of F Variances Sig. null hypothesis is rejected).945 98 97. Average male A is not equal to average female A.69573 95% Confidence Interval of Lower -2.356. Table 4. (2-tailed) Mean Difference Std. therefore null hypothesis is not rejected. Table 4.06604 -2. are summit to present the variable respectively.174 .347 -. sig = 0. Error Difference -.05. The assumption for independent t test is met/ is assumed.70962 .174 sig= 0.927.927 -. null hypothesis is not rejected.65781 .356 . H0: homogeneity of variance Ha: no homogeneity of variance Table 4.

28671 -. Error Difference -. a independent t-test was run because gender has two categories.916 .639 -.49572 the Difference Upper .Levene's Test for Equality of F Variances Sig.0.92230 Table 4.62157 . t-test for Equality of Means t Equal variances Equal variances assumed not assumed 2. (2-tailed) Mean Difference Std.646 .461. Average male C is not equal to average female C. There is homogeneity of variance in the data collected.05. df = 97. null hypothesis is not rejected. therefore null hypothesis is not rejected.10 shows t = .140 sig=0.471 97 94.10 show that levene’s test = 2.52035 -1.646.461 -.147 (rule of the thumb sig less than 0.94693 .10 is the independent t-test to test the hypothesis H 2: Male and Female common issues on online business is different. The assumption for independent t test is met/ is assumed. null hypothesis is rejected). H0: homogeneity of variance Ha: no homogeneity of variance Table 4. B .60899 95% Confidence Interval of Lower -1.140 .147 df Sig. H2 is supported.28671 . H0: µm = µf Ha: µm ≠ µf Table 4. sig = 0.

therefore null hypothesis is not rejected.11 is the independent t-test to test the hypothesis H3: the respondents of this research have a different attitude have different perception on online business. a independent t-test was run because gender has two categories. There is homogeneity of variance in the data collected.05.536 .187 df Sig. Table 4.23479 -. Error Difference -. t-test for Equality of Means t Equal variances Equal variances assumed not assumed 1.0.341 -. The assumption for independent t test is met/ is assumed.240 . sig = 0. (2-tailed) Mean Difference Std. one way ANOVA was run because attitude has 4 categories. df = 87.67049 95% Confidence Interval of Lower -1.341.692 -.10 is the independent t-test to test the hypothesis H 2: Male and Female behavior on online business is different. H0: homogeneity of variance Ha: no homogeneity of variance Table 4. H2 is supported.10 show that levene’s test = 1.45682 the Difference Upper . .96213 .240 sig=0. null hypothesis is not rejected.63327 . H0: µm = µf Ha: µm ≠ µf Table 4.187 (rule of the thumb sig less than 0.391 87 97. null hypothesis is rejected).Levene's Test for Equality of F Variances Sig.636 .63038 -1.10 shows t = .94830 Table 4.536.26641 . Average male B is not equal to average female .

sig = 0.084 Table 4.12 ANOVA A Sum of Squares Between Groups df Mean Square 221.13 is the independent t-test to test the hypothesis H4: the respondents of this research have a different common issues have different challenges on online business. 97.54.487 2 110. Table 4. there no homogeneity of variances. one way ANOVA was run because common issues has 4 categories. 97 .465 Total 1236.582 Sig. = 0. H0: µ1 = µ2 = µ3 = µ4 = µ5 Ha: µ1 ≠ µ2 ≠ µ3 ≠ µ4 ≠ µ5 Therefore. df = 2.84. sig. .582.Table 4.743 Within Groups 1015. Table 4. df= 2. MLR model P =a+b(JS)+c(RC) 2 assumption for MLR 1.590 99 F 10.000 Table 4.11 Test of Homogeneity of Variances A Levene Statistic df1 2.11 shows levene statistic = 2.12 above shows F = 10. H3 is supported.13 Test of Homogeneity of Variances . null hypothesis not rejected. the average P of at least two different age group are different.103 97 10. normality 2. linearity Table 4.539 df2 2 Sig.000 null hypothesis is rejected. H0: homogeneity of variance Ha: no homogeneity of variance Therefore.

909 98 F 7.001 Table 4.788 2 63. MLR model C =a+b(JS)+c(RC) 2 assumption for MLR 1.394 Within Groups 798. = 0.314 Total 924.000.51. H4 is supported. 96 . sig. there no homogeneity of variances. normality 2. H0: homogeneity of variance Ha: no homogeneity of variance Therefore. df= 2. sig = 0.625 Sig.121 96 8. .13 shows levene statistic = 9. one way ANOVA was run because ages has 3 categories.625. Linearit Table 4.14 ANOVA C Sum of Squares df Mean Square Between Groups 126.14 above shows F = 7. Table 4.507 df2 2 Sig.15 is the independent t-test to test the hypothesis H5: the respondents of this research have a different behavior have different challenges on online business.15 Test of Homogeneity of Variances B Levene Statistic df1 df2 Sig. H0: µ1 = µ2 = µ3 = µ4 = µ5 Ha: µ1 ≠ µ2 ≠ µ3 ≠ µ4 ≠ µ5 Therefore.001 null hypothesis is rejected. . 96.000 Table 4. the average C of at least two common issues group are different. Table 4. null hypothesis not rejected. df = 2.C Levene Statistic df1 9.

16 ANOVA B Sum of Squares Between Groups df Mean Square .16 above shows F = 0.2. . Table 4. sig = 0.966 null hypothesis is rejected.708 97 12.053 2 97 .035 . there no homogeneity of variances. H0: homogeneity of variance Ha: no homogeneity of variance Therefore.739 Total 1236.15 shows levene statistic = 2. 97.134. df= 2. H5 is supported.053. Linearity . H0: µ1 = µ2 = µ3 = µ4 = µ5 Ha: µ1 ≠ µ2 ≠ µ3 ≠ µ4 ≠ µ5 Therefore.966 Table 4. df = 2. sig. the average B of at least two different behavior group are different.441 Within Groups 1235.590 99 F Sig. = 0.035. MLR model P =a+b(JS)+c(RC) 2 assumption for MLR 1.134 Table 4. normality 2.882 2 . null hypothesis not rejected.

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