Multi-factor ANOVA (MANOVA) with SPSS - main and interaction effects - evaluate data and report findings

Multi-factor ANOVA (MANOVA) with SPSS - main and interaction effects - evaluate data and report findings

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Job Description

I am working on the analysis of three experiments with three separate datasets. The datasets are small (Exp 1: N= 144, Exp 2: N=96, Exp 3: N=144). Exp 1 and 3 are in a 2x2x2 factoral design,Exp 2 is a 2x4 design (also could be a 2 x 2 x 2 design too).

In addition to the 5 independent variables (factorials), there are up to 5 dependent variables in each experiment. Each DV must be evaluated separately.

I have the data in SPSS format and have done some of the MANOVA, obtaining the interaction effects. I am looking for someone to perform the tests on main and interaction effects and explain the analysis. I also need some simple SPSS plots to show any findings.

You can work with whatever tool you think is best; however, I strongly prefer to work with SPSS. Specifically, you should have some familiarity with MANOVA and PLOTS in SPSS as well as interpreting the results (not just running the commands). You should have experience with writing in APA format or a similar formal style.

My Inputs for your analysis:
1. Three datasets in SPSS format (can provide in Excel if needed)
2. My written analysis for each experiment so far (can be used or ignored)

Your Outputs:
For each experiment, you will be expected to provide the following:
1. SPSS Syntax files
2. SPSS Output files
3. Your analysis on the main and interaction effect findings, in clear concise writing.

Please note that this is not a data entry position. This is not a statistics/SPSS training position: you must have experience. It requires you to know and explain your MANOVA analysis on main and interactive effects and your findings. This is also not a position for someone who cannot meet agreed deadlines. If you are not familiar with SPSS or have no previous experience with the interpretation of main and interaction effects using ANOVA using clear concise terms, this position is not for you.