DataAnalysis and SPSS 231. Part 1
Part1 shows data of 10 swimmers computed on SPSS alongside their genderand time taken to swim.
Figure1.0: Graph with 3 variables
Part2 shows data file of 10 swimmers bearing 8 variables input on SPSSfile attached separately (Larson-Hall, 2015)Figure2.0: Graph with 8 variables
3. Paragraph explaining the second graph with 8 variables.
Figure2.0 shows 10 swimmers alongside their gender, time taken by swimmersto move from one end to another, their GPA, their favorite subjects,their hobbies, their weight and status in school. It clearlyindicates the different aspects that relate to the swimmers, with theaim of making people have a clear understanding of the kind ofpersons that they are, as well as the level of achievements that theyhave made. The details were computed through an SPSS software (filealso attached) (Kenny, 2014)
Kenny, D. A. (2014). Learn how you can do a mediation analysis andoutput a text description of your results: Go to mediational analysisusing DataToText using SPSS or R.
Larson-Hall, J. (2015). A guide to doing statistics insecond language research using SPSS and R. Routledge.