@Straydog since I’m working with survey questions administered to the same group of people and they are not independent groups I don’t think I can use the chi-square test. I did the same Correlation (Spearman) Bivariate test using R and got the following results. (I hope the picture loads) since I got a negative rho value I’m happy that the type…[Read more]
So an update. I have found out I need to be using a Spearman Correlation Bivariate test not the Pearson. I’m still getting out p-values of 0.000 or they are extremely in line with each other. I feel this is still incorrect.
It’s been a while since I’ve had to do something like this. I have over 400 surveys done by people. The questions use a scale of 1 to 5 for their answers. I’m concerned that since there is only a range of discrete values of 1 to 5 that using a p-value (a correlation Pearson Bivariate) test would not give an accurate or good p-value. Or since the…[Read more]