Free March Craft of Statistical Analysis Webinar: Ask Us Anything

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For our free March Craft of Statistical Analysis webinar, we’ll be trying something different. Instead of our usual hour-long topic webinar, we’ll be opening it up for your statistics questions.

All three of our statistical consultants (Karen, Audrey, and Jeff) will be present to answer your questions.  Just sign up for the webinar below and you’ll be taken to a form where you can submit your question.

You are not required to submit a question in order to sign up and attend the webinar.

If you do have a question, we do ask that you submit it by Friday (3/11) at noon EST as we are expecting a large volume of questions and this will help us be better organized in answering them.

Use this free webinar to get help with statistics issues you’ve been unable to solve on your own and become better acquainted with our new consultants.

Please note: we can’t guarantee we will be able to answer all questions submitted to us. We will select questions that aren’t trivial, but can be answered in a relatively short amount of time.

Details and context are everything in statistics, so please provide detailed information about your design and variables so that we can give you a helpful answer. Likewise, we expect a lot of questions, so make yours specific enough so that it can be answered in a few minutes.

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Title: Ask Us Anything
Date: Wed March 16, 2016
Time: 1:00pm EDT
Presenters: Karen Grace-Martin, Audrey Schnell, Jeff Meyer

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ibrahim August 29, 2016 at 6:46 am

Hello Dear
Currently I am doing My thesis under the title of the effect/impact of knowledge management on organizational performance.Unfortunatlly I am stack on the analysis phase. I use SPSS version 20.My Knowledge management has two elements i.e Knowledge enablers (Technology, Organizational Structure and organizational culture) and Knowledge process (knowledge creation, Application, sharing , acquisition). The organizational performance has 3 elements i.e Customer satisfaction, Learning and growth of employee and perceived performance of the organization. Now I have a total of 94 liker scale questionnaire (Strongly Disagree, disagree, neither agree nor disagree, agree and strongly agree) i.e Technology has 8 items, structure 5 items, culture has 8 items knowledge creation 12 items, knowledge application 7 items etc.Now My question is that how do I group and analyses all the Knowledge management (Knowledge enablers and knowledge process) items in one on SPSS (like correlation etc), And organizational performance items in one. Then how do correlate or identify the impact/effect of Knowledge management on organizational performance grouping all this items in one. The other problem is how to make validity and reliability of each group of items as a group and individually. Pls help me on these issues on SPSS 20.
Thank you In advance.

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Ravi July 12, 2016 at 1:25 am

Hi,
Could you please help me in determining optimal sample size by using Tolerance intervals method and Composite sampling method…

Many thanks in advance.

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statmaster March 12, 2016 at 5:33 am

Thanks

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Claudia Oblasser March 8, 2016 at 10:17 am

Thank you, always very interesting!

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