We begin the discussion of descriptive statistics from Frequencies table. It shows that there are 7 variables are used:
There are 15 observations of each variable, no values are missed. According to the frequency tables, first five variables are binomial variables (only two possible values), sixth variable has 4 different values and 7th – 3 possible values.
Consider a cross tab of JobPreparation and ProfessionalDevelopment. There are 9 observations have JobPreparation=1 and ProfessionalDevelopment=1, one observation is with JobPreparation=1 and ProfessionalDevelopment=2, three observations are with JobPreparation=2 and ProfessionalDevelopment=1 and 2 observations are with JobPreparation=2 and ProfessionalDevelopment=2.
According to Chi-Square tests output, Pearson Chi-square is equal to 1.875 with p-value of 0.242. Since the Continue reading...