Submit your project data after you have cleaned, organized, transformed your raw data into meaningful total scores and have conducted the appropriate statistical analyses in either MS Excel, JASP, or the free website.

Assignment Question

This is the link that you need submit your project data after you have cleaned, organized, transformed your raw data into meaningful total scores and have conducted the appropriate statistical analyses in either MS Excel, JASP, or the free website.

First download your data from your Google Forms link when you have 30+ responses. You can include as many participants into your final sample size but it must be at least 30. Remember, you can find your project data under the RESPONSES tab at the very top of your form page.

Second, clean your data. This means removing any duplicate or invalid cases.

Third, organize your data set (in a new sheet or file). You need to have columns clearly labeled as age, gender, SES (income or eduction), and other demographic variables you measured (think 3rd variable) along with the actual data you collected. You should also label columns with the names of your psychological constructs and the scores that represent them (again, with the data you collected). These should be the total scores of your participants responses that their “score” on the variable. Remember that you already found your scoring instructions in a previous assignment. So, this is the data set that should show your ability to transform the raw data responses into meaningful data.

Once you have cleaned, organized, and transformed your raw data into meaningful total scores–you can run your statistical analyses.

Fourth, you will run most of the same functions as you did in the running statistics assignment. It will include any/all descriptive statistics you conduct on your project variables and anything else that is important (like age), any inferential statistics you conduct, create at least one figure. One sheet should show your variables transformed in their total scores and have all your variables clearly labeled.

You need to have a column that is clearly labeled as age, gender, SES (income or eduction), and another other demographic variables you measured (think 3rd variable). You should also label columns with the names of your psychological constructs and the scores that represent them. These should be the total scores of your participants responses that their “score” on the variable. Look at my example data set for the Running Statistics assignment. This is the data set that should show your ability to transform the raw data responses into meaningful data. You earn 5 points for just organizing the variables into one sheet that shows you have scored your constructs and have these columns as well: age, gender, SES (income or eduction), and another other demographic variables you measured (think 3rd variable).

In this file, you will also include any descriptive statistics you conduct on your age and any variables related to project (5 points). You need to run a correlation using your two main variables to test your hypothesis and a scatterplot based on this correlation (5 points). To examine how your third variable relates to your other two variables, you can either run another correlations, run a t-tests, or an ANOVA. You must determine what test would be appropriate (5 points).