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Jan 15, 2011 11:52 PM
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Thank you,

Naama

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Jan 16, 2011 12:36 AM
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I think I found some way to do this:

Both variables have to be defined as binary > analyze > Fit Y by X >

select the Y and the X variables > In the red triangle choose: two sample test for proportions

and for the one sample proportion: analyze > Distributions > choose the Y binary variable > In the red triangle :choose "test probabilities".

Are there more options to do this?

Both variables have to be defined as binary > analyze > Fit Y by X >

select the Y and the X variables > In the red triangle choose: two sample test for proportions

and for the one sample proportion: analyze > Distributions > choose the Y binary variable > In the red triangle :choose "test probabilities".

Are there more options to do this?

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Jan 16, 2011 12:36 AM
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Both variables have to be defined as binary > analyze > Fit Y by X >

select the Y and the X variables > In the red triangle choose: two sample test for proportions

and for the one sample proportion: analyze > Distributions > choose the Y binary variable > In the red triangle :choose "test probabilities".

Are there more options to do this?