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Project 4 requires you to use SPSS to conduct a cross-tab/chi-square, a basic OLS regression, and ANOVA. The data I will be using is from the General Social Survey, which is given to a random sample of people living in the United States.  ———–MATERIALS ———–A Word Processing Program to type up your final report (e.g., Microsoft Word).The data analysis program SPSS. For more information, read the following page: SPSS ResourcesData to analyze: General Social Survey Project 4.sav (this is NEW data).The data codebook: Codebook_GSS_Project_4.pdf This document contains all of the possible variables you may use in your analysis.Step-by-step instructions for how to perform t-tests in SPSS: SPSS Bivariate Relationships.pdfLessons for reference (i.e., readings, videos, and memos from Chapters 9 – 11), APPENDIX C, and APPENDIX DProject 4 EXAMPLE: Project 4 ExampleThe RUBRIC (listed below)———- PROJECT PREPARATIONS ———-Your project will take the form of an well-organized report — if it helps, use my numbering and headings.
You will need to use SPSS to analyze the data set named, “General Social Survey Project 4.sav” For instructions on how to open this data, please review SPSS Resources.
For this project, you will need to review the Codebook_GSS_Project_4.pdf  and select the appropriate variables for analysis. Please note that each of these tests can only used with nominal, ordinal, or interval-ratio data (or combinations thereof). In this data, please select the correct level of measurement (compared with Project 3, where we loosened these restrictions).
Do not select the following variables: year, id
ead these instructions carefully (there are many) and be sure to start your project early in case you have any questions. This project addresses Student Learning Outcomes #1, 2, 3, and 4.
Project 4 requires you to use SPSS to conduct a cross-tab/chi-square, a basic OLS regression, and ANOVA. The data I will be using is from the General Social Survey, which is given to a random sample of people living in the United States.  ———–MATERIALS ———–A Word Processing Program to type up your final report (e.g., Microsoft Word).The data analysis program SPSS. For more information, read the following page: SPSS ResourcesData to analyze: General Social Survey Project 4.sav (this is NEW data).The data codebook: Codebook_GSS_Project_4.pdf This document contains all of the possible variables you may use in your analysis.Step-by-step instructions for how to perform t-tests in SPSS: SPSS Bivariate Relationships.pdfLessons for reference (i.e., readings, videos, and memos from Chapters 9 – 11), APPENDIX C, and APPENDIX DProject 4 EXAMPLE: Project 4 ExampleThe RUBRIC (listed below)———- PROJECT PREPARATIONS ———-Your project will take the form of an well-organized report — if it helps, use my numbering and headings.
You will need to use SPSS to analyze the data set named, “General Social Survey Project 4.sav” For instructions on how to open this data, please review SPSS Resources.
For this project, you will need to review the Codebook_GSS_Project_4.pdf  and select the appropriate variables for analysis. Please note that each of these tests can only used with nominal, ordinal, or interval-ratio data (or combinations thereof). In this data, please select the correct level of measurement (compared with Project 3, where we loosened these restrictions).
Do not select the following variables: year, id