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roman_max
Junior

Russia,
2012-12-11 20:03

Posting: # 9714
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 SPSS data entry for ANOVA [Software]

Dear all,

please advise how to create data sheet (or organize data) in order to perform ANOVA for LnCmax, AUC etc. in SPSS or give a link to this topic on the forum, if already discussed.
Appreciate any help.

Regards,
Roman


Edit: Category changed. [Helmut]
d_labes
Hero

Berlin, Germany,
2012-12-13 10:28

@ roman_max
Posting: # 9717
Views: 4,431
 

 SPSS data entry for ANOVA

Dear Roman,

seems the number of forum members using SPSS for the evaluation of BE studies is near nil if one considers the ~500 views of your post so far and no answer :-(.

There is only one thread in the forum dealing with that explicitly. But doesn't give much specific.

May be the user Oiinkie may give you some hints. He has anyway offered SPSS code in this post. But he was no longer active since 2011-12-08.

Regards,

Detlew
roman_max
Junior

Russia,
2012-12-13 22:52

@ d_labes
Posting: # 9718
Views: 4,357
 

 SPSS data entry for ANOVA

Dear Detlew,

thanks for your reply and advice. The number of viewers are increasing but still no relevant answer :) May be not only me have that troubles with ANOVA and SPSS and they are looking for the same.
Anyway, I'll continue to "google" the web in order to get appropriate result.

BR,
Roman
Helmut
Hero
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Vienna, Austria,
2012-12-14 10:18

@ roman_max
Posting: # 9719
Views: 4,350
 

 Most viewers ≠ humans

Dear Roman,

» The number of viewers are increasing but still no relevant answer :)

Sorry. Note that most of the ‘viewers’ are thick as a brick (aka bots of search engines) and will not be able to give any answer.

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Helmut Schütz
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Oiinkie
Junior

The Netherlands,
2013-01-16 16:44

@ roman_max
Posting: # 9870
Views: 4,356
 

 SPSS data entry for ANOVA

Dear Roman and other members,

If you are still interested in the syntaxes for SPSS to analyze BE studies, please let me know. I have "validated" the results of SPSS against SAS and bear.

Best regards,

Oiinkie

Regards,

Oiinkie
Helmut
Hero
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Vienna, Austria,
2013-01-16 17:33

@ Oiinkie
Posting: # 9872
Views: 4,164
 

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Hi Oiinkie,

» If you are still interested in the syntaxes for SPSS to analyze BE studies, please let me know. I have "validated" the results of SPSS against SAS and bear.

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Oiinkie
Junior

The Netherlands,
2013-01-16 18:48

@ Helmut
Posting: # 9874
Views: 4,147
 

 Contact

Hi Helmut,

Unfortunately, my laptop with SPSS and the codes has died on me recently (BSODs all over the place):crying:, so I cannot access the actual syntax files right now. I will reinstall my backup with SPSS shortly and then share my code with the members.

» If you want to give registered members of the forum the oportunity to contact you...

I think I will start a new forum topic (if appreciated) in which I'll give a short layman's walkthrough of SPSS and analyzing (2x2x2) BE studies (GLM ANOVA). It will only concern the actual statiscal analysis, as I have not implemented NCA in SPSS. In this way I directly serve the whole community :cool::-D

Regards from Winter Wonderland once known as the Netherlands…


Edit: See this post for the setup. [Helmut]

Regards,

Oiinkie
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