First of all: Sorry for bad english.
I got 2 problems concerning my survey. I try to figure out if there’s a correlation between the number of injuries and the number of training.
n = 477
I used a modified CMDQ-test (shown at the excerpt below) – so there were 23 body parts participants had to give information about.
I grouped them as shown: (I hope it's okay in german, it's all about the numbers
Then I did Spearman-Test (because data wasn’t normally distributed) to know whether my hypothesis can be confirmed or not. Turned out that my hypothesis can’t be confirmed - for each of the body parts. All results were between p = .173 and .952
A) Did I do the proper test?
B) And is it necessary to group the data?
If I don't do it I got different results - e.g. several body parts got p < .05
Whether if I did wrong or not - following step should be next: I would like to get an overall result not only for the body parts. But how do I move on?
May I’m thinking way too complicated… Do I have to sum up the data of all the Spearman results and calculate an average?
SPSS / statistics seems to be all Greek to me.
It would be awesome if you could help me!
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