# SPSS 01 Data Entry

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A study was conducted to examine the degree to which Room Color affects algebra learning. There were three groups of students who took algebra during the same semester.

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Assignment #1 (SPSS-01) Data Entry

Statistics are no substitute for judgment. – Henry Clay

NAME:

A study was conducted to examine the degree to which Room Color affects algebra learning.

There were three groups of students who took algebra during the same semester. One group met

for class in a yellow classroom, another group met in a red classroom, and the third group met in

a green classroom. Learning was measured by inspecting final exam scores. There were 30

students in each class, and the data are provided in a table on the next page.

Part I

Create an SPSS data file ready to be analyzed. You will find pages 122-124 in your textbook

to be very helpful with this.

Part II

[After data entry: Analyze ? Descriptive Statistics ? Frequencies ? [select variables] Statistics ?

[select options] ? Continue ? OK]

It should go without saying, but to eliminate uncertainty, please DO YOUR OWN WORK!

Specifically, you should be able to complete the following summary information from the

SPSS output (please round to two decimal points):

DUE: One week from today.

YELLOW CLASSROOM

Assignment #1 (SPSS-01) Data Entry Statistics are no substitute for judgment. – Henry Clay NAME: Score A study was conducted to examine the degree to which Room Color affects algebra learning. There were three groups of students who took algebra during the same semester. One group met for class in a yellow classroom, another group met in a red classroom, and the third group met in a green classroom. Learning was measured by inspecting final exam scores. There were 30 students in each class, and the data are provided in a table on the next page. Part I Create an SPSS data file ready to be analyzed. You will find pages 122-124 in your textbook to be very helpful with this. Part II Use SPSS [V25] to generate descriptive information about your data. [After data entry: Analyze → Descriptive Statistics → Frequencies → [select variables] Statistics → [select options] → Continue → OK] It should go without saying, but to eliminate uncertainty, please DO YOUR OWN WORK! Specifically, you should be able to complete the following summary information from the SPSS output (please round to two decimal points): DUE: One week from today. YELLOW CLASSROOM Mean Standard Deviation Median Minimum Score Mode Maximum Score RED CLASSROOM Mean Standard Deviation Median Minimum Score Mode Maximum Score GREEN CLASSROOM Mean Standard Deviation Median Minimum Score Mode Maximum Score Student # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 YELLOW 61.6 76.9 40.6 46.4 44.5 71.9 40.8 15.5 44.6 76.6 48.5 49.9 66.6 44.2 44.9 44.5 23.4 49.1 69.1 38.0 49.1 69.5 44.9 49.1 75.4 63.4 65.6 68.9 79.6 61.6 Student # 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 RED 61.3 68.2 85.9 61.3 60.5 61.3 66.9 45.5 80.6 92.1 65.4 61.9 94.4 91.1 98.3 89.8 96.2 93.2 92.8 66.2 92.8 64.8 88.6 88.3 86.6 65.0 94.4 99.5 98.2 86.0 Student # 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 GREEN 99.3 66.4 52.1 60.5 84.6 66.3 63.4 35.5 66.0 66.0 96.8 69.1 59.3 55.5 61.6 48.6 44.4 56.3 66.6 66.0 55.1 50.5 88.6 68.9 64.3 58.0 81.3 84.3 62.6 69.3

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Assignment #1 (SPSS-01)

Data Entry

Statistics are no substitute for judgment. – Henry Clay
NAME:
Score

A study was conducted to examine the degree to which Room Color affects algebra learning.
There were three groups of students who took algebra during the same semester. One group met
for class in a yellow classroom, another group met in a red classroom, and the third group met in
a green cla...

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