## Choosing the right statistics for an experiment

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nurmedina
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### Choosing the right statistics for an experiment

Hello there

Im currently doing an experiment that has 1 control group and 1 experimental group. Other than that, i also have two independent variables, each variables has 6 and 8 dimensions respectively. And 1 dependent variables with 3 dimensions. i would like to know the interactions between the variables.

summary:
1 control group & 1 experimental group
IV A (6 Dimensions)
IV B (8 dimensions)
1 DV (3 dimensions)

what kind of statistic analysis that i should go with? im thinking of 2 ways anova but i am not really sure. there's a lot of dimensions for each of the variables

im using windows 7. and spss 20
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### Re: Choosing the right statistics for an experiment

like to know the interactions between the variables
Please explain
nurmedina
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### Re: Choosing the right statistics for an experiment

my research objectives:

1.to investigate the interaction between IV (1) and DV for Control Group
2. to investigate the interaction between IV (1) and DV for Experimental Group
3. to investigate the interaction between IV (2) and DV for Control Group
4. to investigate the interaction between IV (2) and DV for Experimental Group

all IV and DV's has 6 likert scale/ordinal scale

the experimental group had gone through the experiment condition only once.
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### Re: Choosing the right statistics for an experiment

Sounds like a "simple" paired comparison test, 4 of them?
nurmedina
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### Re: Choosing the right statistics for an experiment

statman wrote:Sounds like a "simple" paired comparison test, 4 of them?

yeap, four of them. i'll have it a try. thanks!

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