I would like to address an inconsistency in highlighting significance. It has become common practice that significance at the 0.01 level is marked with two ** asterisks and significance at the 0.05 level with one * asterisk. This is the case e.g. in the SPSS correlation analysis output.
However, when running One-way Anova, the post-hoc tests output table does not make a difference between significance levels but simply marks all significances at the 0.05 level with one * asterisk, also when a case would be significant at the 0.01 level (and require ** asterisks).
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||all customers running One-way Anova on SPSS|
How should it work?
I would suggest SPSS the adjust the post-hoc output so, that:
- significance at the 0.01 level is marked with two ** asterisks and
- significance at the 0.05 level is marked with one * asterisk.
|Customer Name||Tore Ståhl|
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