MANOVA – SPSS (part 1)

I perform and interpret a MANOVA in SPSS in two ways. First, the more common method using the GUI. Then, the more sophisticated and insightful way through sy…

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15 Comments to “MANOVA – SPSS (part 1)”

  1. Christine Rouge says:

    I am in need of help!! I have no idea how to do a MANOVA with the data that I have collected although I have tried a lot, I cannot seem to work it out.
    I have 3 different bacterium, 3 different metals, 5 different concentration and then I measured the growth of bacteria.
    This meaning that each bacteria goes through 3 different metals with 5 different concentrations of each metal.

    I have no idea how I am supposed to enter the data and find a results!

    Can you please help me? ><

  2. saad shammout says:

    Dear Sir
    Could you kindly inform us those references regarding —what if homogeneity variance assumption violated–when conducting MANOVA.
    Many thanks

  3. how2stats says:

    google: how2stats manova reporting

  4. JKstats4PHD says:

    Could someone provide the link to the summary? I would like to use the syntax referenced in the later videos. I would also like to read the Box Test of Equality references.

  5. Peter Štefanka says:

    Hi, I have one problem and I don´t know what is bad in my options. This was written in the description and I don´t know what does this mean. I did MANOVA with two factors (sex and diet), and I follow your video.

    Box’s Test of Equality of Covariance Matrices is not computed because there are fewer than two nonsingular cell covariance matrices.
    Thank you :-)

  6. Hefin Jones says:

    Fantastic, thank you! :-D

  7. how2stats says:

    No, t-tests are not more appropriate. It is totally fine to do an ANOVA on two means. In fact, if you square root the F value, you’ll get the corresponding t value.

  8. Hefin Jones says:

    All of your videos are extremely useful and well made, thank you! I have one question, SPSS performs F tests on each of the DVs after a significant MANOVA, but what if your IV has only 2 levels? Are t tests more appropriate? Thank you and please keep making videos! :)

  9. Stefan Clarkin says:

    after my dissertation, i would choose LSD too. useful guide

  10. Daniel Richardson says:

    I watched all ten. I very much recommend it. Awesome stuff.

  11. jinxhooke1 says:

    great video! very informative.

  12. Kap13Videos . says:

    Thank you for this video

  13. leanne sambora says:

    sir i have seen that video will be very helpful to me, i am studying spss , and if you don’t min d me to have a copy of your sample data  to practice on , please send me those files, than you very much.

  14. ashour alft says:

    God bless u

  15. siM330 says:

    Very helpful! You speak slowly and explain clearly. KUDOS!

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