By Gustav Levine, Sanford L. Braver, David P. Mackinnon, Melanie C. Page

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In previous clicks, as indicated by the right window, the lowest value of ‘age’ up through 25 was set equal to a value of 1 and scores of 26 to 29 were set to 2. Clicking Continue, then OK completes the recode. Recoding an existing variable follows almost the exact same procedure, except that you will not be required to name a new variable. The If routine is embedded within the Compute menu from the Transform menu (see Fig. 15). FIG. 15. The Compute dialogue box with the If button activated. Once at this window you can build expressions to create your desired values.

However, the “MANOVA” command will work in SPSS for Windows if typed into syntax. Thus, all of the examples in this book can be typed into a syntax window and run. 4 Two-Factor Between-Subjects Analysis of Variance In chapter 3 you learned how to analyze data from a one-factor completely randomized ANOVA. Studies with more than one factor (or independent variable) are called factorial designs. In this chapter, you will learn how to analyze the simplest factorial design, a two-factor completely randomized design.

The Compute dialogue box with the If button activated. Once at this window you can build expressions to create your desired values. You must enter a separate If expression for each new value you want. An example is presented in Fig. 16. DATA TRANSFORMATIONS WITH PAC FIG. 16. 19 An example of an If routine. In Fig. 16, the Compute (as specified on an unseen window) will be executed only if the variable ‘partmarr’ equals 2 and the variable ‘relstat’ equals either 2 or 3. Selecting cases to analyze in Windows, if accomplished with drop-down menus, results in excluded cases being, by default, filtered out, rather than permanently deleted from the active data set.