Proving a hypothesis

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Proving a hypothesis

Postby HarveyHirst1 » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:05 pm

Hello,
I need help!!
Im totally new to SPSS to please bare with me.
I have some data.

Its 1500 rows like the following. - The data is from a OEE system. It is the occurrences that an operator clicked adjustment to the machine within 10 minutes.

Catagory Measurement within 10 mins
Type 1 Yes
Type 2 No
Type 1 No
Type 2 Yes

I want to do a statistical test that tells me much more likely (or some statistical measure) Type 1 is to cause the operator to click the measurement within 10 mins.

Type 1 occurred 215 times and type 2 occurred 987.
Is this what a Chi 2 test is for?

Ive watched some videos are struggling to understand the results.

Thank you :)
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Re: Proving a hypothesis

Postby statman » Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:04 pm

"More likely" Is there a significance between T1 & T2?

How coded and also ............
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