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An overview of the data set:

This data set contains data for 200 different rock albums. Each row in the data set represents the data for one album. Specifically, the following variables are included:

• AlbumNumber: This is the ID number of the album. There are 200 albums, so this variable ranges from 1 to 200.

• RecordCompany: This is the album promotions company for each album. Values of “1” represent Next Generation Records, and values of “2” represent Worldwide Entertainment.

• Adverts: This is the album advertising budget in thousands of dollars.

• Airplay: This is the number of times the album was played on the radio in the past year.

• Attract: This is a 1-to-10 rating by independent reviewers of the physical attractiveness of the band.

Questions:

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1a) Run a scatterplot to examine the relationship between Adverts and Airplay.

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1b) What do you learn about the relationship between Advertsand Airplay from the scatterplot?

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2a) Use a matrix scatterplot to examine all of the relationships between Sales, Adverts, and Airplay.

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2b) Describe the relationships between the variables. Identify strongly correlated variables. Identify the relationships as positive or negative.

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3a) Examine the correlation between Adverts and Airplay.

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3b) Explain the correlation.

• What is the r-value for each variable?

• Does the r-value indicate a positive or negative correlation?

• Is the correlation statistically significant?

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4a) Run a correlation matrix for Sales, Adverts, and Airplay.

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4b) Identify any significant correlations between the variables. Describe the relationship (positive or negative).

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5a) Create two variables that you think would be negatively correlated. Do not use variables from the Album Sales data set. Describe the variable below.

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5b) Create a new data set in SPSS for the variables defined in 5a.

• Complete the variable view when you create the database.

• Create data for at least 10 participants for your research question.

• Enter the created data into your new database.

• Run a scatterplot.

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5c) Explain the correlation output from your created data.

• What is the r-value for each variable?

• Does the r-value indicate a positive or negative correlation?

• Is the correlation statistically significant?

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