Reporting Friedman Test in SPSS
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How to Run Friedman Test in SPSS: Explanation Step by Step
How to report a Friedman test results: Explanation Step by Step
How to Report the Descriptive Statistic Table in SPSS Output?
This is a very useful table because it present descriptive statistics in your results section for each of the time points for your dependent variable.
How to Report Mean Rank in SPSS Output?
The Friedman test compares the mean ranks between the related groups and indicates how the groups differed, however, you are not very likely to actually report these values in your results section, but most likely will report the median value for each related group.
How to Report P-Value in Friedman Table SPSS Output?
Since in our example, p = 0.276 > 0.05, we fail to reject the null hypothesis. and conclude that there is no difference in the Math test score before, after the first and after the second training.
How to Interpret a Friedman test Result in APA Style ?
Friedman test was conducted to determine whether Math test scores differ before, after the 1st training, and after 2nd training. The results show non-significant difference, χ2(2) = 2.571, p = 0.276. We, therefore, fail to reject the null hypothesis and conclude that there is no difference in Math test scores before, after the first, and after the second training.
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