Descriptive Analysis Of Descriptive And Descriptive Analysis

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5.6 DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS TEST RESULTS Descriptive analysis can be used to summarize the data, the data was processed in SPSS and descriptive analysis test was done in order to produce the summary of the data as shown in table 6. The descriptive analysis in the table 6 shows the total number of valid and missing variavles along with its mean, standard deviations. It shall be noted that no question has any missing entry and all elements were analyzed on equal parameter, the survey forms with missing entry were rejected at data screening stage. The maximum and minimum value of all questions lie between 1 to 5, 1 being the highest and 5 being the lowest value. The mean of questions categorized the high resource people and low resource people…show more content…
Q. 2(D) Mean = 2.31 and Standard Deviation = 1.009 Mean is less than 2.5 which tells us that respondent are more inclined towards innovators which are high resources in VALS framework and standard deviation is almost equal to 1 which indicates that the respondent are equally spread out over a wider range of values(mean). Q. 2 (E) Mean = 2.46 and Standard Deviation = 1.080 Mean is less than 2.5 which tells us that respondent are more inclined towards experiencers which are high resources in VALS framework and standard deviation is almost equal to 1 which indicates that the respondent are equally spread out over a wider range of values(mean). Q. 3 Mean = 2.5 and Standard Deviation = 1.186 Mean is equal to 2.5 which tells us that respondent are neither inclined towards innovators and survivors in VALS framework and standard deviation is greater than 1 which indicates that the respondent are spread out over a wider range of values(mean). Q. 4 Mean = 2.41 and Standard Deviation = 1.059 Mean is less than 2.5 which tells us that respondent are more inclined towards survivors which are low resources in VALS framework and standard deviation is slightly greater than 1 which indicates that the respondent are spread out over a wider range of values(mean). Q. 5 Mean = 2.72 and Standard Deviation = 1.151 Mean is
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