## How do you interpret a repeated measures Anova in SPSS?

Quick Steps

- Click Analyze -> General Linear Model -> Repeated Measures.
- Name your Within-Subject factor, specify the number of levels, then click Add.
- Hit Define, and then drag and drop (left to right) a variable for each of the levels you specified (taking care to preserve their correct order)

## When would you use a repeated measures Anova?

Repeated measures ANOVA is used when you have the same measure that participants were rated on at more than two time points. With only two time points a paired t-test will be sufficient, but for more times a repeated measures ANOVA is required.

**How do I graph multiple variables in Excel?**

To create a combo chart, select the data you want displayed, then click the dialog launcher in the corner of the Charts group on the Insert tab to open the Insert Chart dialog box. Select combo from the All Charts tab. Select the chart type you want for each data series from the dropdown options.

### Why is repeated measures Anova more powerful?

More statistical power: Repeated measures designs can be very powerful because they control for factors that cause variability between subjects. Fewer subjects: Thanks to the greater statistical power, a repeated measures design can use fewer subjects to detect a desired effect size.

### Why is repeated measures used?

The primary strengths of the repeated measures design is that it makes an experiment more efficient and helps keep the variability low. This helps to keep the validity of the results higher, while still allowing for smaller than usual subject groups.

**What are the different types of graphs available in SPSS?**

Chart types

- Bar charts: Simple, stacked, clustered, 3-D, and error bar.
- Line charts: Simple and grouped (multi-line).
- Area charts: Simple and stacked.
- Pie charts: Simple.
- Scatterplots and dot plots: 1-D, simple, grouped, overlay, and 3-D scatterplots; summary point plots, 1-D dot plots, and drop-line charts.

## How do you do descriptive statistics in SPSS?

Using the Descriptives Dialog Window

- Click Analyze > Descriptive Statistics > Descriptives.
- Add the variables English , Reading , Math , and Writing to the Variables box.
- Check the box Save standardized values as variables.
- Click OK when finished.

## What are the advantages of repeated measures design?

**How to perform a repeated measures ANOVA in SPSS?**

The procedure for performing a repeated-measures ANOVA in SPSS is found in the Analyze, General Linear Model menu. Assume that a statistics professor is interested in the effects of taking a statistics course on performance on an algebra test.

### How to test the null hypothesis in SPSS?

The null hypothesis is that the mean SPQ score is the same for all levels of the within-subjects factor. This is what we’ll test with a one-way repeated-measures ANOVA. To start, click Analyze -> General Linear Model -> Repeated Measures. This will bring up the Repeated Measures Define Factor (s) dialog box.

### How to detect outliers in repeated measures ANOVA?

Fortunately, when using SPSS Statistics to run a repeated measures ANOVA on your data, you can easily detect possible outliers. In our enhanced repeated measures ANOVA guide, we: (a) show you how to detect outliers using SPSS Statistics; and (b) discuss some of the options you have in order to deal with outliers.

**Which is the test of interest in repeated measures ANOVA?**

Each set of observations for a subject or case serves as its own control, so this test is quite powerful. In the repeated-measures ANOVA, the test of interest is the within-subjects effect of the treatments or repeated measures. The procedure for performing a repeated-measures ANOVA in SPSS is found in the Analyze, General Linear Model menu.