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PredIntHlp

Prediction Interval Help

This procedures requires a single column of data


for the dependent variable, one or more columns
of data for the independent variables, a row of
data containing the values for the predicting
independent variables, and a confidence level.
The number of columns in the row for the
predicting independent variables must match the
number of columns for the independent variables.

OK

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Spc3Dia

CHART CONSTRUCTION

Create the chart

Use the chart

Cancel

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XDialog

ESTIMATE OF SIGMA

S Use the sample standard deviatio...

R Use the range (largest - smallest).

Cancel

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SpcDialog

STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL

XBAR Chart R Chart

S Chart P Chart

Cancel

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Screen1

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

This macro was created to help you


determine the appropriate statistical OK
inference procedure to use to address
a specific problem. It consists of a Cancel
series of questions whose answers
identify the correct technique.

We start by asking what is the


purpose of the statistical technique.
Click OK to continue.

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ForkA

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

What is the problem objective?


Help
Click one of the following answers or click
HELP for more information.
Cancel
1 To describe a single population

2 To compare two populations

3 To compare two or more populations

4 To analyze the relationship between two variabl...

5 To analyze the relationship among


two or more variables

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HelpA

HELP

Analyze the problem and determine why the


study was conducted. To help determine the
problem objective clearly describe the
population(s) or variables with which you are ...

For example, if you want to determine


whether a new machine is superior to an
older machine in that it can produce units
faster and better, the problem objective is to
compare two populations.

The first population is the production from the


old machine and the second population is the
production from the new machine.

OK

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ForkB

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

What type of data do we have? (What is the data scal...

Click one of the following answers or click


HELP for more information.
Help
1 Quantitative data (Interval or ratio scal...

Cancel
2 Ranked data (Ordinal scale)

3 Qualitative data (Nominal scale)

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HelpB

HELP

Put yourself in the position of the statistician


who gathered the data. Think about how the
original data were recorded. Did you record a
real number such as weight, height, or volume,
in which case the data are quantitative.
If you recorded some sort of rating such as
you might rate how easy it is to learn a new
computer package (Responses: very easy,
somewhat easy, somewhat difficult, or very
difficult) the data are ranked.

Finally, if the responses are categories such as


marital status or occupation, which you
recorded as an arbitrarily chosen number, the
data are qualitative.

OK

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ForkA1B1

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

Which characteristic of the population are you intereste...

Click one of the following answers or click


HELP for more information.
Help
1 Central location

Cancel
2 Variation

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A1B11

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

Is the population variance known?

(Note that in the most realistic applications


the population variance is unknown.)

Yes No Cancel

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ForkA1B3

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

How many categories are there?

Click one of the following answers or click


HELP for more information.
Help
1 Two

Cancel
2 Two or more

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HelpA1B3

HELP

How many possible responses were there to the


question? If there were more than two, are we
interested in only one of them? If so, we would
call that category a "success" and all others
"failures". In that case there are only two categ...

To illustrate suppose that we ask people to report


their marital status and the responses are single,
married, divorced, widowed, and other. There
are 5 categories.

However, if we're only interested in counting


the number of married people we would have
only 2 categories; married or not married.

OK

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A2B11

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

What is the experimental design?

Click one of the following answers or click


HELP for more information.
Help
1 Independent samples

Cancel
2 Matched pairs

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HelpA2B11

HELP

How were the data gathered? Did you draw


independent samples from the two populations?
For samples to be independent there must be no
relationship between the observations in one
sample and the observations in the second sam...

Matched pairs sample data are recorded such that


there is a logical reason to compare the first
observation in sample 1 with the first observation
in sample 2, the second observation in sample 1
with the second observation in sample 2, and so
on.

OK

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A2B111

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

Are the data normally distributed?

Click one of the following answers or click


HELP for more information.

Yes No Help Cancel

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A2B111y

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

Are the population variances equal?

Click one of the following answers or click


HELP for more information.

Yes No Help Cancel

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A3B1

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

What is the experimental design?

Click one of the following answers or click


HELP for more information.

1 Independent samples Help

Blocks Cancel
2

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HelpA3B1

HELP

How were the data gathered? Did you draw


independent samples from the k populations?
For samples to be independent, there must be no
relationship between the observations in the
samples.

Blocked sample data are recorded in such a way


that there is a logical reason to compare the first
observations in samples 1,2,...,k, the second
observations in samples 1,2,...,k, and so on.

OK

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ForkA4B1

TECHNIQUE IDENTIFICATION

Parameters:

Simple linear regression coefficients,


coefficients of correlation and determination.

Techniques:

t-test and estimators of the coefficients, t-test


of the coefficient of correlation, prediction
interval, and interval estimator of the expected
value of 'y'.

OK

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InfDialog2

INFERENCE

Test of Hypothesis (Case 1)

Test of Hypothesis (Case 2)

Interval Estimate

Cancel

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InfDialog

INFERENCE

Test Of Hypothesis

Interval Estimate

Cancel

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AltHyp

ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS

OK

Cancel

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DialogIn

Data Analysis Plus

Input Range: OK

Cancel

Help

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PredIntDlg

Prediction Interval

Please enter the block coordinates of the


dependent variable:
$A$2:$A$101

Please enter the block coordinates of the OK


independent variable:
$B$2:$B$101

Please enter the block coordinates of the given Cancel


values of the independent variables:
$A$102

Help
Specify the confidence level (1-ALP...

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Dialog2

Data Analysis Plus

Stats Macros

OK

Cancel

Help

TIP: Try selecting your data before choosing a macro.


This alters the default settings in the next display ...

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MissDlog

Check for missing values?

This procedure can check for missing values, but it OK


takes a lot of time. If you're sure there are no missing
values in the variables you're using in the regression Cancel
analysis, keep the box below checked. It will speed ...

Don't check for missing values

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BadNameDlog

Variable name problem

There is a problem with at least one of your variable names.


It might be
that your cursor is not inside your data set. Check this first.
If this isn't the problem, check that your variable names adh...
1. Start each variable name with a letter or an underscore ( _...
2. Don't use entirely numerical names, such as 10.
3. Don't use names that are the same as cell addresses, suc...
4. You can use single letter names, such as X, but you can't ...
5. Avoid using symbols other than letters, numbers, and und...
6. Blanks are OK, but this add-in will change them to unders...

~Close

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VarDlog

Variable selection for explanatory variables

Select one or more explanatory variables:


OK

Cancel

Note: At this stage, select


all variables that you
MIGHT want to include in
the regression equation.
The procedure will select
the ones (from this set) that
end up in the regression e...

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LocDlog

Location of results

Where would you like your re... OK


Note: If you select the first option, the results are
entered in newly inserted columns just to the right of Cancel
your data range. If you select the second, the results ...

Same worksheet as the data

New worksheet

Enter name of new ... Step1

Caution: If a worksheet with this name already exists, it wi...

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IntroDlog

Getting started with StepwiseRegression procedure

Check that the cursor is positioned somewhere within your data


set. If it isn't, click on the Quit button, position the cursor correct...

~Continue ~Quit

~Help

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StepDlog1

Stepwise regression parameters

You indicate how significant variables need to be


OK
for entering or staying in the regression equation ...
1. By selecting p-values for entering and leaving. Cancel
The lower the p-values, the more significant a
variable has to be to enter or stay in the equation...
2. By selecting F-values for entering and leaving.
The larger the F-values, the more significant a
variable has to be to enter or stay in the equation...

Significance option
p-values

F-values

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StepDlog2

Stepwise regression parameters

Now enter the values for entering and leaving,


OK
or click on OK to accept the default values.
(These are the default values used by the pop...
Cancel
Several notes:
1. To prevent endless cycling, the p-to-enter
value cannot be larger than the p-to-leave value.

2. To force all variables to enter, set both p-val...

p-to-enter: 0.1

p-to-leave: 0.2

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RegrDlog

Diagnostic options

You can select from any of the following s... OK


Fitted values versus actual Y values
Cancel
Fitted values versus X values(one plot for each X)

Residuals versus fitted values

Residuals versus actual Y values

Residuals versus X values(one plot for each X)

Note: If you select the following option, two new


variables will be appended to your data set.

Columns of fitted values and residuals

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