__SPSS Lab: Basics (Part 2)__

__How to Gather Data for Lab 2__

For 10 Facebook friends, record...

- Are they a man or a woman?
- How many friends do they have?
- For the past 3 days...
- How many posts did they have?
- How many likes did all of their posts get in total?
- How many comments did all of their posts get in total?

- How many posts did they have?
- Enter data into this SPSS datafile.
- E-mail the completed datafile to rossdavilla@gmail.com.

__Lab HW__

Use the same SPSS datafile used in the tutorial.

Run the following analyses:

E-mail your

Run the following analyses:

- On average, how many friends do the participants have?
- Attain the mean and standard deviation of Friends.

- Is your sample's average number of friends significantly different from that of an average Facebook user, which is 338 friends?
- Run a one-sample t-test to find out.

- Is there a relationship between the participants’ number of friends and their number of posts?
- Run a correlation between these two variables
- Create a scatterplot with one variable on the X-axis and the other variable on the Y-axis (it doesn’t matter in what order you put the variables). Make sure to include a regression line on the scatterplot graph.

- Do women have significantly more friends than men?
- Create a bar graph showing this difference. Make sure to include error bars.

E-mail your

**output file**to rossdavilla@gmail.com by Friday.