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BAHASA SINTAKSIS DALAM IBM SPSS STATISTICS

BAGIAN KESATU

Oleh :
Abdullah M. Jaubah

BAHASA SINTAKSIS DALAM IBM SPSS STATISTICS


BAGIAN KESATU
Oleh :
Abdullah M. Jaubah

Pendahuluan
Beberapa dokumen dari University of California Los Angles dipakai di sini untuk menyusun
sintaksis gabungan yang terkandung dalam beberapa dokumen tersebut. Sebagian besar
contoh yang disajikan di sini memakai arsip data hsb2.sav. Arsip data ini sangat terkenal dan
merupakan arsip data mengenai sekolah menengah atas. Arsip data ini mengandung 200
observasi dari suatu sampel siswa sekolah menengah atas dengan informasi demografi
tentang para siswa, seperti jenis kelamin, status sosial-ekonomi, dan latar belakang suku
bangsa. Arsip data ini juga mengandung skor atas ujian-ujian terstandar dan mencakup
pengujian tentang bacaan, tulisan, matematika, pengetahuan umum, dan studi-studi sosial.
Beberapa dokumen ini dipakai karena pembahasan yang terkandung adalah sangat penting
karena dapat dipakai untuk melakukan pengembangan lebih lanjut. Beberapa dokumen ini
dapat dipakai untuk beberapa penelitian misalkan penelitian mengenai skor para mahasiswa
Program Studi Administrasi Negara Universitas Swasta dan skor para mahasiswa Program
Studi Administrasi Negara Universitas Negeri, skor para mahasiswa Program Studi
Hubungan Internasional Universitas Swasta dan skor para mahasiswa Program Studi
Hubungan Internasional Universitas Negeri, skor para mahasiswa Program Studi Akuntansi
Universitas Swasta dan skor para mahasiswa Program Studi Akuntansi Universitas Negeri,
skor para mahasiswa Program Studi Manajemen Universitas Swasta dan skor para mahasiswa
Program Studi Manajemen Universitas Negeri, dan beberapa program studi lain.
Beberapa dokumen yang dipakai itu mencakup dokumen Annotated Output. Dokumen ini
mengandung contoh-contoh program, hasil-hasil, dan penjelasan makna dari hasil-hasil
tersebut. Dokumen ini mencakup pembahasan mengenai Descriptive Statistics, Correlation,
Regression, T-Test, Logistic Regression, Multinomial Logistic Regression, Ordinal Logistic
Regression, Probit Regression, Poisson Regression, Principal Components Analysis, Factor
Analysis, One Way Manova, Discriminant Function Analysis, dan Canonical Correlation
Analysis.
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Dokumen kedua yang dipakai di sini adalah Statistical analyses using SPSS dan dokumen
ketiga adalah statistical tests using SPSS. Kedua dokumen ini mengandung pembahasan
mengenai One sample t-test, One sample median test, Binomial test, Chi-square goodness of
fit, Two independent samples t-test, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test, Chi-square test, One-way
ANOVA, Kruskal Wallis test, Paired t-test, Wilcoxon signed rank sum test, McNemar test,
One-way repeated measures ANOVA, Repeated measures logistic regression, Factorial
ANOVA, Friedman test, Ordered logistic regression, Factorial logistic regression,
Correlation, Simple linear regression, Non-parametric correlation, Simple logistic
regression, Multiple regression, Analysis of covariance, Multiple logistic regression,
Discriminant analysis, One-way MANOVA, Multivariate multiple regression, Canonical
correlation, Factor analysis, One sample t-test, One sample median test, Binomial test, Chisquare goodness of fit, Two independent samples t-test, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test, Chisquare test, One-way ANOVA, Kruskal Wallis test, Paired t-test, Wilcoxon signed rank sum
test, McNemar test, One-way repeated measures ANOVA, Repeated measures logistic
regression, Factorial ANOVA, Friedman test, Ordered logistic regression, Factorial logistic
regression, Simple linear regression, Non-parametric correlation, Simple logistic regression,
Multiple regression, Analysis of covariance, Multiple logistic regression, Discriminant
analysis, One-way MANOVA, Multivariate multiple regression, Canonical correlation, dan
pembahasan mengenai Factor analysis.

Ketiga dokumen tersebut tidak memakai cara point and click akan tetapi memakai bahasa
sintaksis SPSS. Bahasa Sintaksis dalam IBM SPSS Statistics memainkan peranan penting dan
mempunyai hubungan yang sangat erat dengan cara pemakaian menu SPSS.

Sintaksis

gabungan disusun di sini berdasar atas sintaksis mandiri yang terkandung dalam ketiga
dokumen di atas.
Pembahasan ini terdiri dari dua bagian. Bagian kesatu adalah bagian penciptaan bahasa
sintaksis dan penyajian hasil pelaksanaan bahasa sintaksis tersebut. Bagian kedua adalah
bagian interpretasi hasil-hasil pelaksanaan bahasa sintaksis tadi. Bagian ini merupakan bagian
kesatu.
Penciptaan bahasa sintaksis ini akan mencakup sintaksis mengenai descriptives, explore,
correlation, nonparametric correlation, t-test, paired test, independent group test, one sample
madian test, binomial test, chi-squared goodness of fit, two independent samples t-test,
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Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test, chi-squared test, one way Anova, Kruskal Wallis test, paired ttest, Wilcoxon signed rank sum test, McNemar Test, Friedman test, simple lienar regression,
multiple regression, multivariate multiple regression, analysis of covariance, simple logistic
regression, logistic regression, multiple logistic regression, crosstabs dan logistic regression,
ordered logistic regression, factorial logistic regression, factor analysis, factor analysis,
discriminant analysis, one way manova, canonical correlation, dan one way repeated
measures anova.
Penyusunan sintaksis dapat dilakukan secara acak, dapat dilakukan secara mandiri, dan dapat
pula dilakukan secara gabungan. Peluang penyusunan secara gabungan dipilih di sini.
Arsip Data
Arsip data yang dipakai di sini dinamakan Citra.sav. Arsip data ini terdiri dari 10 variabel,
tiga variabel berjenis nominal, satu variabel berjenis ordinal, dan enam variabel berjenis
scale. Hal ini berarti bahwa 4 variabel merupakan variabel bersifat kualitatif dan 6 variabel
bersifat kuantitatif. Variabel honcom dicipta sebagai variabel berjenis nominal. Nama-nama
variabel adalah X1 sampai dengan X10, dan variabel honcom.
Variabel X1 adalah Nomor Induk Mahasiswa, variabel X2 adalah jenis kelamin para
mahasiswa, variabel X3 adalah variabel tempat kelahiran para mahasiswa, variabel X4
adalah variabel status sosial keluarga para mahasiswa, variabel X5 adalah variabel
konsentrasi yang dipilih oleh tiap mahasiswa, variabel X6 adalah nilai matakuliah
Manajemen Produtivitas, Variabel X7 adalah nilai matakuliah Manajemen Produksi, variabel
X8 adalah variabel nilai matakuliah Sumberdaya Manusia, variabel X9 adalah variabel nilai
matakuliah Prakiraan Bisnis, variabel X10 adalah variabel nilai matakuliah Manajemen
Keuangan. Jenis kelamin memakai kode 0 untuk mahasiswa Laki-laki dan kode 1 untuk
mahasiswa Perempuan. Variabel tempat kelahiran mengandung kode 1 = Jawa, 2 = Sumatera,
3 = Kalimantan, 4 =Sulawesi-Papua. Status sosial mengandung kode 1 = Rendah, 2 =
Menengah, dan 3 = Tinggi. Konsentrasi mencakup kode 1 = Pemasaran, 2 = Keuangan, dan 3
= Sumberdaya Manusia. Jumlah kasus atau jumlah observasi adalah 200 responden. Arsip
data dalam SPSS ditampung dalam Data View dan Variable View. Penyajian arsip data dalam
Data View dan Variable View disajikan di bawah ini :

Data View

Variable View
Variable View

mengandung spesifikasi dari arsip data. Spesifikasi ini mencakup Type,

Name, Width, Decimals, Label, Values, Missing, Columns, Align, Measure, dan Role.
Variabel-variabel yang dipakai adalah NIM (X1), Jenis Kelamin (X2), Tempat Kelahiran
(X3), Status Sosial (X4), Jenis Universitas (X5), Konsentrasi (X6), nilai ujian matakuliah
Manajemen (X6), Manajemen Produksi (X7), Manajemen Pemasaran (X8), Manajemen
Keuangan (X9), Manajemen Kepegawaian (X10), dan variabel Honcom (X11). Arsip data ini
dinamakan Citra.sav. Arsip data Citra1 dapat dicipta dengan cara mengganti nilai ujian
matakuliah Ekonomi Manajerial (X6), Manajemen Keuangan Internasional(X7), Manajemen
Pemasaran Internasional (X8), Manajemen Produktivitas (X9), dan Prakiraan Bisnis (X10).
Arsip data Citra1.sav dapat memakai sintaksis yang sama hanya mengganti sedikit perintah
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'. menjadi perintah FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA1.SAV'. Hal
ini berarti bahwa bahasa sintaksis SPSS adalah sangat tangguh jika dibanding dengan cara
point and click. Data View adalah sebagai berikut :
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Bahasa Sintaksis
Penyusunan bahasa sintaksis tidak teratur seperti uraian di atas akan tetapi secara acak dan
mandiri. Bahasa sintaksis ini adalah sebagai berikut :
Descriptives
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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** DESCRIPTIVES
*************************************************
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8
/STATISTICS=MEAN SUM MIN MAX.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8
/STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE RANGE.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8
/STATISTICS=KURTOSIS SKEWNESS.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X7
/STATISTICS=MEAN SUM MIN MAX.

DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X7
/STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE RANGE.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X7
/STATISTICS=KURTOSIS SKEWNESS.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/STATISTICS=MEAN SUM MIN MAX.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE RANGE.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/STATISTICS=KURTOSIS SKEWNESS.

Pelaksanaan sintaksis ini akan menghasilkan informasi sebagai berikut :


Descriptive Statistics
N

Minimum

X8

200

Valid N (listwise)

200

Maximum

31.00

Sum

67.00

Mean

10555.00

52.7750

Descriptive Statistics
N

Range

X8

200

Valid N (listwise)

200

Std. Deviation

36.00

Variance

9.47859

89.844

Descriptive Statistics
N
Statistic
X8

200

Valid N (listwise)

200

Skewness
Std. Error

Statistic
-.482

Kurtosis

Std. Error
.172

Statistic
-.750

Std. Error
.342

Descriptive Statistics
N

Minimum

X7

200

Valid N (listwise)

200

28.00

Maximum
76.00

Sum
10446.00

Mean
52.2300

Descriptive Statistics
N

Range

X7

200

Valid N (listwise)

200

48.00

Std. Deviation

Variance

10.25294

105.123

Descriptive Statistics
N
Statistic
X7

200

Valid N (listwise)

200

Skewness
Std. Error

Statistic

Kurtosis

Std. Error

.196

.172

Statistic

Std. Error

-.623

.342

Descriptive Statistics
N

Minimum

Maximum

Sum

Mean

X8

200

31.00

67.00

10555.00

52.7750

X7

200

28.00

76.00

10446.00

52.2300

X9

200

33.00

75.00

10529.00

52.6450

X10

200

26.00

74.00

10370.00

51.8500

X11

200

26.00

71.00

10481.00

52.4050

Valid N (listwise)

200

Descriptive Statistics
N

Range

Std. Deviation

Variance

X8

200

36.00

9.47859

89.844

X7

200

48.00

10.25294

105.123

X9

200

42.00

9.36845

87.768

X10

200

48.00

9.90089

98.028

X11

200

45.00

10.73579

115.257

Valid N (listwise)

200
Descriptive Statistics
N
Statistic

Skewness
Std. Error

Statistic

Kurtosis

Std. Error

Statistic

Std. Error

X8

200

-.482

.172

-.750

.342

X7

200

.196

.172

-.623

.342

X9

200

.287

.172

-.649

.342

X10

200

-.189

.172

-.556

.342

X11

200

-.382

.172

-.525

.342

Valid N (listwise)

200

Explore

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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** EXPLORE
*************************************************
EXAMINE X8
/PLOT BOXPLOT STEAMLEAF HISTOGRAM
/PERCENTILES(5,10,25,50,75,90,95,99).

Case Processing Summary


Cases
Valid
N
X8

Missing
Percent

200

Total

Percent

100.0%

0.0%

Percent
200

100.0%

Descriptives
Statistic

X8

Mean
95%
Lower Bound
Confidence
Interval for
Mean
Upper Bound
5% Trimmed Mean
Median
Variance
Std. Deviation
Minimum
Maximum
Range
Interquartile Range
Skewness
Kurtosis

52.775
51.4533
54.0967
53.1389
54
89.844
9.47859
31
67
36
14.75
-0.482
-0.75

Std. Error
0.67024

0.172
0.342

Percentiles
5
Weighted
Average(Definition
1)

X8

Tukey's Hinges

X8

35.05

10

39

25

Percentiles
50
75

45.25

54

60

45.5

54

60

90

65

95

65

99

67

X8 Manajemen Produksi

Manajemen Produksi Stem-and-Leaf Plot


Frequency Stem & Leaf
4.00
4.00
2.00
5.00
6.00
13.00
3.00
13.00
11.00
11.00
2.00
16.00
20.00
12.00
25.00
8.00
22.00
16.00
7.00

3 . 1111
3 . 3333
3 . 55
3 . 66777
3 . 899999
4 . 0001111111111
4 . 223
4 . 4444444444445
4 . 66666666677
4 . 99999999999
5 . 00
5 . 2222222222222223
5 . 44444444444444444555
5 . 777777777777
5 . 9999999999999999999999999
6 . 00001111
6 . 2222222222222222223333
6 . 5555555555555555
6 . 7777777

Stem width: 10.00


Each leaf:
1 case(s)

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Correlation
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** CORRELATION
*************************************************
CORRELATIONS
/VARIABLES = X7 X8 X9 X10 X2
/PRINT = NOSIG.
GRAPH
/SCATTERPLOT(BIVAR) = X8 WITH X7.
CORRELATIONS
/VARIABLES = X7 X8 X9 X10 X2
/PRINT = NOSIG
/MISSING = LISTWISE.

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Correlations
X7
Pearson Correlation
X7

Pearson Correlation

.630

-.053

.000

.455

200

200

200

200

**

**

.256**

.000

.000

.000

200

200

200

**

-.029

.000

.680

**

200

200

**

**

.617

.617

.570

.631

Sig. (2-tailed)

.000

.000

200

200

200

200

200

.630**

.570**

.631**

-.128

Sig. (2-tailed)

.000

.000

.000

200

200

200

200

200

-.053

**

-.029

-.128

Pearson Correlation
X2

.662

X2
**

.000

.662

X10
**

.000

.000

Pearson Correlation
X10

.597

200
.597

X9
**

Sig. (2-tailed)

Pearson Correlation
X9

Sig. (2-tailed)
N

X8

X8

.256

.071

Sig. (2-tailed)

.455

.000

.680

.071

200

200

200

200

200

**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).

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Correlationsb
X7
X7

X8

X9

X10

X2

Pearson Correlation

X8
1

Sig. (2-tailed)

.597

Sig. (2-tailed)

.662

Pearson Correlation

.662

Sig. (2-tailed)
Pearson Correlation
Sig. (2-tailed)
Pearson Correlation
Sig. (2-tailed)

.630

-.053

.000

.455

.617**

.570**

.256**

.000

.000

.000

**

-.029

.000

.680

-.128

.617

**

.000

.000

**

**

.630

X2
**

.000

.000
**

X10
**

.000
.597**

Pearson Correlation

X9
**

.570

.631

.631

**

.000

.000

.000

-.053

**

-.029

-.128

.000

.680

.071

.455

.256

.071
1

**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).


b. Listwise N=200

Nonparametric correlation
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** NONPARAMETRIC CORRELATION
*************************************************
NONPAR CORR
/VARIABLES = X7 X8
/PRINT = SPEARMAN.
Correlations
X7
Correlation Coefficient
X7
Spearman's rho
X8

X8

1.000

.617

.000

200

200

Correlation Coefficient

.617

1.000

Sig. (2-tailed)

.000

200

200

Sig. (2-tailed)

T-test

13

*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** T-TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST
/TESTVAL=50
/MISSING=ANALYSIS
/VARIABLES=X8
/CRITERIA=CI(.95).
One-Sample Statistics
N
X8

Mean
200

Std. Deviation

52.7750

Std. Error Mean

9.47859

.67024

One-Sample Test
Test Value = 50
t

df

Sig. (2-tailed)

Mean Difference

95% Confidence Interval of the Difference


Lower

X8

4.140

199

.000

2.77500

Upper
1.4533

4.0967

Paired test
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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** PAIERD TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST
PAIRS=X8 WITH X7 (PAIRED).

Paired Samples Statistics


Mean
Pair 1

Std. Deviation

Std. Error Mean

X8

52.7750

200

9.47859

.67024

X7

52.2300

200

10.25294

.72499

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Paired Samples Correlations


N
Pair 1

X8 & X7

200

Mean

Pair 1

X8 - X7

Correlation

0.545

Sig.

.597

.000

Paired Samples Test


Paired Differences
Std. Error
95% Confidence
Mean
Interval of the
Difference
0.62838 0.694
1.78414

Std.
Deviation
8.88667

df

0.867

19
9

Sig. (2tailed)

0.387

Independent group test


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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** INDEPENDENT GROUP TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST GROUPS=X2(0 1)
/VARIABLES=X8.
Group Statistics
X2
X8

.00 Laki-laki
1.00 Perempuan

Levene's Test
for Equality of
Variances
F
Sig.

X8

Mean

Equal
variances
assumed
Equal
variances
not
assumed

11.13

0.001

Std. Deviation

Std. Error Mean

91

50.1209

10.30516

1.08027

109

54.9908

8.13372

.77907

Independent Samples Test


t-test for Equality of Means
t

df

Sig. (2tailed)

Mean
Difference

Std. Error
Difference

95% Confidence
Interval of the
Difference
Lower
Upper

3.734

198

-4.86995

1.30419

-7.4418

-2.298

3.656

169.7
1

-4.86995

1.33189

-7.4992

-2.241

One sample madian test


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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************

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GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** ONE SAMPLE MEDIAN TEST
*************************************************
NPTESTS
/ONESAMPLE TEST (X8) WILCOXON(TESTVALUE = 50).

Binomial test
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** BINOMIAL TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TESTS
/BINOMIAL (.5) = X2.
Binomial Test
Category

X2

Group 1

.00 Laki-laki

Group 2

1.00 Perempuan

Total

Observed Prop.
91

.46

109

.54

200

1.00

Test Prop.

Exact Sig. (2-tailed)


.50

.229

Chi-squared goodness of fit


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** CHI-SQUARED GOODNESS OF FIT
*************************************************
NPAR TEST
/CHISQUARE = X3
/EXPECTED = 10 10 10 70.

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X3 Tempat Kelahiran
Observed N

Expected N

Residual

1.00 Sumatera

24

20.0

4.0

2.00 Kalimantan

11

20.0

-9.0

3.00 Sulawesi-Papua

20

20.0

.0

4.00 Jawa

145

140.0

5.0

Total

200

Test Statistics
X3
5.029a

Chi-Square
df

Asymp. Sig.

.170

a. 0 cells (0.0%) have expected frequencies less than 5. The minimum expected cell frequency is 20.0.

Two independent samples t-test


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** TWO INDEPENDENT SAMPLES T-TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST GROUPS = X2(0 1)
/VARIABLES = X8.
Independent Samples Test
Levene's Test
for Equality of
Variances
F

X8

Equal
variance
s
assumed
Equal
variance
s not
assumed

11.13

Sig.

0.001

t-test for Equality of Means

df

Sig. (2tailed)

Mean
Difference

Std. Error
Difference

95% Confidence
Interval of the
Difference
Lower

Upper

3.734

198

-4.86995

1.30419

7.4418

-2.298

3.656

169.
71

-4.86995

1.33189

7.4992

-2.241

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Group Statistics
X2
X8

.00 Laki-laki
1.00 Perempuan

Mean

Std. Deviation

Std. Error Mean

91

50.1209

10.30516

1.08027

109

54.9908

8.13372

.77907

Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** WILCOXON-MANN-WHITNEY TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TEST
/M-W = X8 BY X2(0 1).
Ranks
X2

.00 Laki-laki
X8

Mean Rank

Sum of Ranks

91

85.63

7792.00

1.00 Perempuan

109

112.92

12308.00

Total

200

Test Statisticsa
X8
Mann-Whitney U

3606.000

Wilcoxon W

7792.000

Z
Asymp. Sig. (2-tailed)

-3.329
.001

a. Grouping Variable: X2

Chi-squared test
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** CHI-SQUARE TEST
*************************************************

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CROSSTABS
/TABLES = X5 BY X2
/STATISTIC = CHISQ.
CROSSTABS
/TABLES = X2 BY X4
/STATISTIC = CHISQ.

Case Processing Summary


Cases
Valid
N
X5 * X2

Missing

Percent
200

Total

Percent

100.0%

0.0%

Percent
200

100.0%

X5 Jenis Universitas * X2 Jenis Kelamin Crosstabulation


Count
X2
.00 Laki-laki
X5

Total
1.00 Perempuan

1.00 Negeri

77

91

168

2.00 Swasta

14

18

32

91

109

200

Total

Chi-Square Tests
Value
Pearson Chi-Square
Continuity Correction

df

Likelihood Ratio

Exact Sig. (2-

Exact Sig. (1-

sided)

sided)

sided)

.828

.001

.981

.047

.828

.047
b

Asymp. Sig. (2-

Fisher's Exact Test

.849

Linear-by-Linear Association

.047

N of Valid Cases

200

.492

.829

a. 0 cells (0.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected count is 14.56.
b. Computed only for a 2x2 table
Case Processing Summary
Cases
Valid
N
X2 * X4

Missing

Percent
200

100.0%

Total

Percent
0

0.0%

Percent
200

100.0%

19

X2 Jenis Kelamin * X4 Status Sosial Crosstabulation


Count
X4
1.00 Rendah
X2

Total

2.00 Menengah

3.00 Tinggi

.00 Laki-laki

15

47

29

91

1.00 Perempuan

32

48

29

109

47

95

58

200

Total

Chi-Square Tests
Value

df

Asymp. Sig. (2-sided)

.101

Likelihood Ratio

4.679

.096

Linear-by-Linear Association

3.110

.078

Pearson Chi-Square

4.577

Continuity Correction

N of Valid Cases

200

a. 0 cells (0.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected count
is 21.39.

One way Anova


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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** ONE-WAY ANOVA
*************************************************
ONEWAY X8 BY X6.
MEANS TABLES = X8 BY X6.

ANOVA
X8
Sum of Squares
Between Groups

df

Mean Square

3175.698

1587.849

Within Groups

14703.177

197

74.635

Total

17878.875

199

F
21.275

Sig.
.000

20

Case Processing Summary


Cases
Included
N
X8 * X6

Excluded

Percent
200

100.0%

Total

Percent
0

0.0%

Percent
200

100.0%

Report
X8
X6

Mean

Std. Deviation

1.00 Kepegawaian

51.3333

45

9.39778

2.00 Pemasaran

56.2571

105

7.94334

3.00 Keuangan

46.7600

50

9.31875

Total

52.7750

200

9.47859

Kruskal Wallis test


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** KRUSKAL WALLIS TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TESTS
/K-W = X8 BY X6 (1,3).
Ranks
X6

1.00 Kepegawaian
X8

Mean Rank
45

90.64

2.00 Pemasaran

105

121.56

3.00 Keuangan

50

65.14

Total

200

Test Statisticsa,b
X8
Chi-Square

34.045

df
Asymp. Sig.

2
.000

a. Kruskal Wallis Test


b. Grouping Variable: X6

21

Paired t-test
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** PAIRED T-TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST PAIRS = X7 WITH X8 (PAIRED).

Paired Samples Statistics


Mean
Pair 1

Std. Deviation

Std. Error Mean

X7

52.2300

200

10.25294

.72499

X8

52.7750

200

9.47859

.67024

Paired Samples Correlations


N
Pair 1

X7 & X8

Correlation
200

Sig.

.597

.000

Paired Samples Test


Paired Differences
Mean

Pair 1

X7 - X8

Std.
Deviation

-0.545

8.88667

Std.
Error
Mean

0.62838

df

Sig. (2tailed)

95% Confidence
Interval of the
Difference
Lower

Upper

-1.78414

0.69414

0.867

199

0.387

Wilcoxon signed rank sum test


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** WILCOXON SIGNED RANK SUM TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TEST
/WILCOXON = X8 WITH X7 (PAIRED).
NPAR TEST
/SIGN = X7 WITH X8 (PAIRED).

22

Ranks
N

X7 - X8

Mean Rank

Sum of Ranks

Negative Ranks

97

95.47

9261.00

Positive Ranks

88b

90.27

7944.00

Ties

15c

Total

200

a. X7 < X8
b. X7 > X8
c. X7 = X8

Test Statisticsa
X7 - X8
-.903b

Z
Asymp. Sig. (2-tailed)

.366

a. Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test


b. Based on positive ranks.

Frequencies
N
Negative Differencesa
Positive Differences

X8 - X7

88
97

15

Total

200

Ties

a. X8 < X7
b. X8 > X7
c. X8 = X7

Test Statisticsa
X8 - X7
Z
Asymp. Sig. (2-tailed)

-.588
.556

a. Sign Test

McNemar Test
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.

23

*************************************************
***** MCNEMAR TEST
*************************************************
COMPUTE HIX9 = (X9>60).
COMPUTE HIX7 = (X7>60).
EXECUTE.
CROSSTABS
/TABLES=HIX9 BY HIX7
/STATISTIC=MCNEMAR
/CELLS=COUNT.
Case Processing Summary
Cases
Valid
N
HIX9 * HIX7

Missing

Percent
200

100.0%

Total

Percent
0

0.0%

Percent
200

100.0%

HIX9 * HIX7 Crosstabulation


Count
HIX7
.00
HIX9

Total
1.00

.00

135

21

156

1.00

18

26

44

153

47

200

Total

Chi-Square Tests
Value

df

Asymp. Sig. (2-sided)

.749a

McNemar Test
N of Valid Cases

Exact Sig. (2-sided)

200

a. Binomial distribution used.

Friedman test
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** FRIEDMAN TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TESTS
/FRIEDMAN = X7 X8 X9.

24

Ranks
Mean Rank
X7

1.96

X8

2.04

X9

2.01

Test Statisticsa
N

200

Chi-Square

.645

df

Asymp. Sig.

.724

a. Friedman Test

Analysis of covariance
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE
*************************************************
GLM X8 WITH X7 BY X6.

Between-Subjects Factors
Value Label

X6

1.00

Kepegawaian

45

2.00

Pemasaran

105

3.00

Keuangan

50

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects


Dependent Variable: X8
Source

Type III Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

Sig.

2339.227

42.213

.000

Intercept

4867.964

4867.964

87.847

.000

X7

3841.983

3841.983

69.332

.000

X6

650.260

325.130

5.867

.003

Error

10861.194

196

55.414

Total

574919.000

200

17878.875

199

Corrected Model

Corrected Total

7017.681

a. R Squared = .393 (Adjusted R Squared = .383)

25

Regression Analysis
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** REGRESSION ANALYSIS
*************************************************
REGRESSION
/STATISTICS COEFF OUTS R ANOVA CI
/DEPENDENT X10
/METHOD = ENTER X9 X2 X11 X7.
Variables Entered/Removeda
Model
1

Variables Entered
X7, X2, X11, X9

Variables Removed

Method
. Enter

a. Dependent Variable: X10


b. All requested variables entered.

Model Summary
Model

R Square
a

.699

Adjusted R Square

.489

Std. Error of the Estimate


.479

7.14817

a. Predictors: (Constant), X7, X2, X11, X9


ANOVAa
Model

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

Regression

9543.721

2385.930

Residual

9963.779

195

51.096

19507.500

199

Total

Sig.

46.695

.000b

a. Dependent Variable: X10


b. Predictors: (Constant), X7, X2, X11, X9
Coefficientsa
Model

Unstandardized
Coefficients
B

Std.
Error

12.325

3.194

X9

0.389

0.074

X2

-2.01

X11

(Constant)

Standardized
Coefficients

Sig.

95.0% Confidence Interval for B

Beta

Lower Bound
3.859

6.027

0.368

5.252

0.243

1.023

-0.101

-1.965

0.051

-4.027

0.05

0.062

0.054

0.801

0.424

-0.073

1 X7
0.335
a. Dependent Variable: X10

0.073

0.347

4.607

0.192

26

Simple linear regression


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
*************************************************
REGRESSION VARIABLES = X8 X7
/DEPENDENT = X8
/METHOD = ENTER.
Variables Entered/Removeda
Model
1

Variables Entered
X7

Variables Removed

Method

. Enter

a. Dependent Variable: X8
b. All requested variables entered.

Model Summary
Model

R Square
a

.597

Adjusted R Square

Std. Error of the Estimate

.356

.353

7.62487

a. Predictors: (Constant), X7

ANOVAa
Model

Sum of Squares
Regression

df

Mean Square

6367.421

6367.421

Residual

11511.454

198

58.139

Total

17878.875

199

Sig.
.000b

109.521

a. Dependent Variable: X8
b. Predictors: (Constant), X7
Model

Unstandardized Coefficients
B
(Constant)

X7

Std. Error

23.959

2.806

0.552

0.053

Standardized Coefficients

Sig.

Beta

0.597

8.539

10.465

Multiple regression
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.

27

*************************************************
***** MULTIPLE REGRESSION
*************************************************
REGRESSION VARIABLE = X8 X2 X7 X9 X10 X11
/DEPENDENT = X8
/METHOD = ENTER.

Variables Entered/Removeda
Model
1

Variables Entered
X11, X2, X10, X9, X7

Variables Removed

Method

. Enter

a. Dependent Variable: X8
b. All requested variables entered.

Model Summary
Model

R Square
a

.776

Adjusted R Square

Std. Error of the Estimate

.602

.591

6.05897

a. Predictors: (Constant), X11, X2, X10, X9, X7

ANOVAa
Model

Sum of Squares
Regression

Residual
Total

df

Mean Square

10756.924

2151.385

7121.951

194

36.711

17878.875

199

Sig.
.000b

58.603

a. Dependent Variable: X8
b. Predictors: (Constant), X11, X2, X10, X9, X7
Coefficientsa
Model

Unstandardized Coefficients
B

1
a.
Dependent
Variable: X8

Std. Error

Standardized Coefficients

Sig.

Beta

(Constant)

6.139

2.808

2.186

0.03

X2

5.493

0.875

0.289

6.274

X7

0.125

0.065

0.136

1.931

0.055

X9

0.238

0.067

0.235

3.547

X10

0.242

0.061

0.253

3.986

X11

0.229

0.053

0.26

4.339

Multivariate multiple regression


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************

28

GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** MULTIVARIATE MULTIPLE REGRESSION
*************************************************
GLM X8 X7 WITH X2 X9 X10 X11.
Multivariate Testsa
Effect

Value

Pillai's Trace
Wilks' Lambda
Hotelling's Trace
Intercept
Roy's Largest Root
Pillai's Trace
Wilks' Lambda
Hotelling's Trace
X2
Roy's Largest Root
Pillai's Trace
Wilks' Lambda
Hotelling's Trace
X9
Roy's Largest Root
Pillai's Trace
Wilks' Lambda
Hotelling's Trace
X10
Roy's Largest Root
Pillai's Trace
Wilks' Lambda
Hotelling's Trace
X11
Roy's Largest Root
a. Design: Intercept + X2 + X9 + X10 + X11

0.03
0.97
0.031
0.031
0.17
0.83
0.205
0.205
0.16
0.84
0.19
0.19
0.166
0.834
0.2
0.2
0.221
0.779
0.283
0.283

Hypothesis df

3.019b
3.019b
3.019b
3.019b
19.851b
19.851b
19.851b
19.851b
18.467b
18.467b
18.467b
18.467b
19.366b
19.366b
19.366b
19.366b
27.466b
27.466b
27.466b
27.466b

Error df

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194
194

Sig.
0.051
0.051
0.051
0.051
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

b. Exact statistic
Tests of Between-Subjects Effects
Source

Dependent Variable

Type III Sum of Squares

X8
Corrected
Model
X7
X8
Intercept
X7
X8
X2
X7
X8
X9
X7
X8
X10
X7
X8
X11
X7
X8
Error
X7
X8
Total
X7
X8
Corrected
Total
X7
a. R Squared = .594 (Adjusted R Squared = .586)

10620.092a
12219.658b
202.117
55.107
1413.528
12.605
714.867
1025.673
857.882
946.955
1105.653
1475.81
7258.783
8699.762
574919
566514
17878.875
20919.42

df

Mean Square
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
195
195
200
200
199
199

2655.023
3054.915
202.117
55.107
1413.528
12.605
714.867
1025.673
857.882
946.955
1105.653
1475.81
37.225
44.614

F
71.325
68.474
5.43
1.235
37.973
0.283
19.204
22.99
23.046
21.225
29.702
33.079

Sig.
0
0
0.021
0.268
0
0.596
0
0
0
0
0
0

b. R Squared = .584 (Adjusted R Squared = .576)

29

Simple logistic regression


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** SIMPLE LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
LOGISTIC REGRESSION X2 WITH X7.
Case Processing Summary
Unweighted Cases

N
Included in Analysis

Selected Cases

Missing Cases
Total

Unselected Cases
Total

Percent
200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

a. If weight is in effect, see classification table for the total number of


cases.

Dependent Variable Encoding


Original Value

Internal Value

.00 Laki-laki

1.00 Perempuan

Block 0: Beginning Block

Classification Tablea,b
Observed

Predicted
X2
.00 Laki-laki

Step 0

X2

Percentage Correct

1.00 Perempuan

.00 Laki-laki

91

.0

1.00 Perempuan

109

100.0

Overall Percentage

54.5

a. Constant is included in the model.


b. The cut value is .500

B
Step 0

Constant

0.18

Variables in the Equation


S.E.
Wald
df
0.142

1.616

Sig.
1

0.204

Exp(B)
1.198

30

Variables not in the Equation


Score
Variables

Step 0

df

Sig.

X7

.564

.453

Overall Statistics

.564

.453

Block 1: Method = Enter

Omnibus Tests of Model Coefficients


Chi-square

Step 1

df

Sig.

Step

.564

.453

Block

.564

.453

Model

.564

.453

Model Summary
Step

-2 Log likelihood

275.073

Cox & Snell R Square

Nagelkerke R Square

.003

.004

a. Estimation terminated at iteration number 3 because parameter estimates changed by less than .001.

Classification Tablea
Observed

Predicted
X2
.00 Laki-laki

X2

Step 1

Percentage Correct

1.00 Perempuan

.00 Laki-laki

87

4.4

1.00 Perempuan

104

95.4

Overall Percentage

54.0

a. The cut value is .500


Variables in the Equation
B

Step 1
a. Variable(s) entered on step 1: X7.

S.E.

Wald

d
f

Sig.

Exp(B)

X7

-0.01

0.014

0.562

0.453

0.99

Constant

0.726

0.742

0.958

0.328

2.067

Logistic regression
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET

31

FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
COMPUTE HONCOMP = (X8 GE 60).
EXE.
LOGISTIC REGRESSION HONCOMP WITH X7 X10 X4
/CATEGORICAL X4.
Case Processing Summary
Unweighted Cases

N
Included in Analysis

Selected Cases

Missing Cases
Total

Unselected Cases
Total

Percent
200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

a. If weight is in effect, see classification table for the total number of cases.

Dependent Variable Encoding


Original Value

Internal Value

.00

1.00

Categorical Variables Codingsa


Frequency

Parameter coding
(1)

X4

(2)

1.00 Rendah

47

1.000

.000

2.00 Menengah

95

.000

1.000

3.00 Tinggi

58

.000

.000

a. This coding results in indicator coefficients.


Block 0: Beginning Block
Classification Tablea,b
Observed

Predicted
HONCOMP
.00

Step 0

HONCOMP

Percentage Correct

1.00

.00

147

100.0

1.00

53

.0

Overall Percentage

73.5

a. Constant is included in the model.


b. The cut value is .500
Variables in the Equation
B
Step 0

Constant

S.E.
-1.02

Wald
0.16

40.54

df

Sig.
1

Exp(B)
0

0.361

32

Variables not in the Equation


Score

Step 0

Variables

df

Sig.

X7

47.906

.000

X10

34.862

.000

X4

14.783

.001

X4(1)

.302

.582

X4(2)

8.666

.003

58.644

.000

Overall Statistics
Block 1: Method = Enter

Omnibus Tests of Model Coefficients


Chi-square

Step 1

df

Sig.

Step

65.588

.000

Block

65.588

.000

Model

65.588

.000

Model Summary
Step
1

-2 Log likelihood

Cox & Snell R Square

165.701

Nagelkerke R Square

.280

.408

a. Estimation terminated at iteration number 6 because parameter estimates changed by less than .001.

Classification Tablea
Observed

Predicted
HONCOMP
.00

Step 1

HONCOMP

Percentage Correct

1.00

.00

132

15

89.8

1.00

26

27

50.9

Overall Percentage

79.5

a. The cut value is .500

X7
X10

Variables in the Equation


B
S.E.
0.098 0.025
0.066 0.027

X4
X4(1)
X4(2)
Step 1a
Constant
a. Variable(s) entered on step 1: X7,
X10, X4.

Wald
15.199
5.867

df
1
1

Sig.
0
0.015

Exp(B)
1.103
1.068

0.058

0.532

6.69
0.012

2
1

0.035
0.913

1.06

-1.013
-9.561

0.444
1.662

5.212
33.112

1
1

0.022
0

0.363
0

Multiple logistic regression


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH

33

*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
************************************************
***** MULTIPLE LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
LOGISTIC REGRESSION X2 WITH X7 X8.
Case Processing Summary
Unweighted Cases

N
Included in Analysis

Selected Cases

Missing Cases
Total

Unselected Cases
Total

Percent
200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

a. If weight is in effect, see classification table for the total number of


cases.

Dependent Variable Encoding


Original Value

Internal Value

.00 Laki-laki

1.00 Perempuan

Block 0: Beginning Block


Classification Tablea,b
Observed

Predicted
X2
.00 Laki-laki

Step 0

X2

Percentage

1.00 Perempuan

Correct

.00 Laki-laki

91

.0

1.00 Perempuan

109

100.0

Overall Percentage

54.5

a. Constant is included in the model.


b. The cut value is .500

B
Step 0

Constant

0.18

Variables in the Equation


S.E.
Wald
df
0.142

1.616

Sig.
0.204

Exp(B)
1.198

34

Variables not in the Equation


Score

Step 0

df

Sig.

X7

.564

.453

X8

13.158

.000

Overall Statistics

26.359

.000

Variables

Block 1: Method = Enter


Omnibus Tests of Model Coefficients
Chi-square

Step 1

df

Sig.

Step

27.819

.000

Block

27.819

.000

Model

27.819

.000

Model Summary
Step

-2 Log likelihood

Cox & Snell R Square

Nagelkerke R Square

247.818

.130

.174

a. Estimation terminated at iteration number 4 because parameter estimates changed by less than .001.

Classification Tablea
Observed

Predicted
X2
.00 Laki-laki

Step 1

X2

Percentage
Correct

1.00 Perempuan

.00 Laki-laki

54

37

59.3

1.00 Perempuan

30

79

72.5

Overall Percentage

66.5

a. The cut value is .500


Variables in the Equation
B

Step 1a
a. Variable(s) entered on
step 1: X7, X8.

X7
X8
Constant

-0.071
0.106
-1.706

S.E.
0.02
0.022
0.923

Wald
13.125
23.075
3.414

df

Sig.
1
1
1

0
0
0.065

Exp(B)
0.931
1.112
0.182

Crosstabs dan logistic regression


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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
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GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
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***** CROSSTABS DAN LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
CROSSTABS X2 BY HONCOM
/STATISTICS RISK.
LOGISTIC REGRESSION HONCOM WITH X2
/PRINT = CI(95).

Case Processing Summary


Cases
Valid
N
X2 * honcom

Missing
Percent

200

Total

Percent

100.0%

0.0%

Percent
200

100.0%

X2 Jenis Kelamin * honcom Crosstabulation


Count
honcom
.00
X2

Total
1.00

.00 Laki-laki

73

18

91

1.00 Perempuan

74

35

109

147

53

200

Total

Risk Estimate
Value

95% Confidence Interval


Lower

Upper

Odds Ratio for X2 (.00 Laki-laki / 1.00 Perempuan)

1.918

.997

3.689

For cohort honcom = .00

1.182

1.002

1.393

For cohort honcom = 1.00

.616

.375

1.011

N of Valid Cases

200

Case Processing Summary


Unweighted Cases
Selected Cases

N
Included in Analysis
Missing Cases

Percent
200

100.0

.0

36

Total

200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

Unselected Cases
Total

a. If weight is in effect, see classification table for the total number of


cases.

Dependent Variable Encoding


Original Value

Internal Value

.00

1.00

Block 0: Beginning Block


Classification Tablea,b
Observed

Predicted
honcom
.00

Step 0

honcom

Percentage
Correct

1.00

.00

147

100.0

1.00

53

.0

Overall Percentage

73.5

a. Constant is included in the model.


b. The cut value is .500

B
Step 0

Constant

Variables in the Equation


S.E.
Wald

-1.02

0.16

df

Sig.

40.54

Exp(B)
0

0.361

Variables not in the Equation


Score
Step 0

Variables

X2

Overall Statistics

df

Sig.

3.871

.049

3.871

.049

Block 1: Method = Enter


Omnibus Tests of Model Coefficients
Chi-square

df

Sig.

37

Step 1

Step

3.935

.047

Block

3.935

.047

Model

3.935

.047

Model Summary
Step

-2 Log likelihood

227.354

Cox & Snell R Square


a

Nagelkerke R Square
.019

.028

a. Estimation terminated at iteration number 4 because parameter estimates changed by less than .001.

Classification Tablea
Observed

Predicted
honcom
.00

Step 1

honcom

Percentage Correct
1.00

.00

147

100.0

1.00

53

.0

Overall Percentage

73.5

a. The cut value is .500


Variables in the Equation
B

Step 1a

X2
Constant

0.651
-1.4

S.E.
0.334
0.263

Wald
3.811
28.305

df

Sig.
1
1

0.051
0

Exp(B)
1.918
0.247

Ordered logistic regression


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FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
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***** ORDERED LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
IF X8 GE 30 AND X8 LE 48 X83 = 1.
IF X8 GE 49 AND X8 LE 57 X83 = 2.
IF X8 GE 58 AND X8 LE 70 X83 = 3.
EXECUTE.
PLUM X83 WITH X2 X7 X11
/LINK = LOGIT
/PRINT = PARAMETER SUMMARY TPARALLEL.
PLUM X4 WITH X2 X10 X11
/LINK = LOGIT
/PRINT = PARAMETER SUMMARY TPARALLEL.

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Case Processing Summary


N

X83

Marginal Percentage

1.00

61

30.5%

2.00

61

30.5%

3.00

78

39.0%

200

100.0%

Valid
Missing

Total

200

Model Fitting Information


Model

-2 Log Likelihood

Intercept Only

376.226

Final

252.151

Chi-Square

df

Sig.

124.075

.000

Link function: Logit.

Pseudo R-Square
Cox and Snell

.462

Nagelkerke

.521

McFadden

.284

Link function: Logit.

Parameter Estimates

Threshold

Location

Estimate

Std. Error

Wald

df

Sig.

95% Confidence
Interval
Lower Bound

[X83 = 1.00]

9.704

1.203

65.109

7.347

[X83 = 2.00]

11.8

1.312

80.868

9.228

X2

1.285

0.322

15.887

0.653

X7

0.118

0.022

29.867

0.076

X11

0.08

0.019

17.781

0.043

Link function: Logit.

Test of Parallel Linesa


Model
Null Hypothesis

-2 Log Likelihood

Chi-Square

df

Sig.

252.151

39

General

250.104

2.047

.563

The null hypothesis states that the location parameters (slope coefficients) are the
same across response categories.
a. Link function: Logit.

Case Processing Summary


N

X4

Marginal Percentage

1.00 Rendah

47

23.5%

2.00 Menengah

95

47.5%

3.00 Tinggi

58

29.0%

200

100.0%

Valid
Missing

Total

200

Model Fitting Information


Model

-2 Log Likelihood

Intercept Only

365.736

Final

334.176

Chi-Square

df

Sig.

31.560

.000

Link function: Logit.

Pseudo R-Square
Cox and Snell

.146

Nagelkerke

.166

McFadden

.075

Link function: Logit.


Parameter Estimates
Estimate

Threshold

Wald

df

Sig.

[X4 = 1.00]

2.755

0.861

10.243

0.001

[X4 = 2.00]

5.105

0.923

30.623

-0.482

0.279

0.083

X10

0.03

0.016

3.584

0.058

X11

0.053

0.015

12.777

X2
Location

Std. Error

Link function: Logit.

Test of Parallel Linesa


Model
Null Hypothesis

-2 Log Likelihood

Chi-Square

df

Sig.

334.176

40

General

331.987

2.189

.534

The null hypothesis states that the location parameters (slope coefficients) are the
same across response categories.
a. Link function: Logit.

Factorial logistic regression


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FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
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***** FACTORIAL LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
LOGISTIC REGRESSION X2 WITH X6 X5 X6 BY X5
/CONTRAST(X6) = INDICATOR(1).
Case Processing Summary
Unweighted Cases

N
Included in Analysis

Selected Cases

Percent
200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

.0

200

100.0

Missing Cases
Total

Unselected Cases
Total

a. If weight is in effect, see classification table for the total number of cases.

Dependent Variable Encoding


Original Value

Internal Value

.00 Laki-laki

1.00 Perempuan

Categorical Variables Codings


Frequency

Parameter coding
(1)

1.00 Kepegawaian
X6

(2)

45

.000

.000

2.00 Pemasaran

105

1.000

.000

3.00 Keuangan

50

.000

1.000

Block 0: Beginning Block

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Classification Tablea,b
Observed

Predicted
X2
.00 Laki-laki

Step 0

X2

Percentage
Correct

1.00 Perempuan

.00 Laki-laki

91

.0

1.00 Perempuan

109

100.0

Overall Percentage

54.5

a. Constant is included in the model.


b. The cut value is .500
Variables in the Equation
B
Step 0

Constant

S.E.

0.18

Wald

0.142

df

Sig.

1.616

0.204

df

Sig.

Exp(B)
1.198

Variables not in the Equation


Block 1: Method = Enter
Score

Step 0

Variables

X6

.053

.974

X6(1)

.049

.826

X6(2)

.007

.935

X5

.047

.828

X6 * X5

.031

.985

X6(1) by X5

.004

.950

X6(2) by X5

.011

.917

2.923

.712

Overall Statistics

Omnibus Tests of Model Coefficients


Chi-square

Step 1

df

Sig.

Step

3.147

.677

Block

3.147

.677

Model

3.147

.677

Model Summary
Step
1

-2 Log likelihood
272.490a

Cox & Snell R

Nagelkerke R

Square

Square
.016

.021

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a. Estimation terminated at iteration number 4 because parameter


estimates changed by less than .001.

Classification Tablea
Observed

Predicted
X2
.00 Laki-laki

X2

Step 1

Percentage

1.00 Perempuan

Correct

.00 Laki-laki

32

59

35.2

1.00 Perempuan

31

78

71.6

Overall Percentage

55.0

a. The cut value is .500


Variables in the Equation
B

S.E.

X6

Wald

df

2.595

X6(1)

2.259

1.407

2.578

X6(2)

2.046

1.987

1.061

X5

1.661

1.141

2.117

2.474

X6 * X5
X6(1) by
X5

-1.934

1.233

2.461

X6(2) by
X5

-1.828

1.84

0.986

1.82

Step 1
Constant
-1.712
1.269
a. Variable(s) entered on step 1: X6, X5, X6 * X5 .

Factor analysis
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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
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GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** FACTOR ANALYSIS
*************************************************
FACTOR
/VARIABLES X7 X8 X9 X10 X11
/CRITERIA FACTORS(2)
/EXTRACTION PC
/ROTATION VARIMAX
/PLOT EIGEN.

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Communalities
Initial

Extraction

X7

1.000

.736

X8

1.000

.704

X9

1.000

.750

X10

1.000

.849

X11

1.000

.900

Extraction Method: Principal


Component Analysis.
Total Variance Explained
Componen
t
Total

Initial Eigenvalues

Extraction Sums of Squared


Loadings

% of Variance

Total

Cumulative
%

% of Variance

3.381

67.616

67.616

3.381

67.616

0.557

11.148

78.764

0.557

11.148

0.407

8.136

86.9

0.356

7.123

94.023

0.299

5.977

100

Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis.

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Component Matrixa
Component
1

X7

.858

-.020

X8

.824

.155

X9

.844

-.195

X10

.801

-.456

X11

.783

.536

Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis.


a. 2 components extracted.

Rotated Component Matrixa


Component
1

X7

.650

.559

X8

.508

.667

X9

.757

.421

X10

.900

.198

X11

.222

.922

Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis.


Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization.
a. Rotation converged in 3 iterations.

Component Transformation Matrix


Component

.742

.670

-.670

.742

Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis.


Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization.

Factor Analysis
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FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
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***** FACTOR ANALYSIS
*************************************************

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FACTOR
/VARIABLES X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/PRINT INITIAL DET KMO REPR EXTRACTION ROTATION FSCORE UNIVARATIATE
/FORMAT BLANK(.30)
/PLOT EIGEN ROTATION
/CRITERIA FACTORS(3)
/EXTRACTION PAF
/ROTATION VARIMAX
/METHOD = CORRELATION.
Descriptive Statistics
Mean

Std. Deviation

Analysis N

X8

52.7750

9.47859

200

X7

52.2300

10.25294

200

X9

52.6450

9.36845

200

X10

51.8500

9.90089

200

X11

52.4050

10.73579

200

Correlation Matrixa
a. Determinant = .082

KMO and Bartlett's Test


Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin Measure of Sampling Adequacy.

.861

Approx. Chi-Square

492.437

Bartlett's Test of Sphericity

df

10

Sig.

.000

Communalities
Initial

Extraction

X8

.521

.687

X7

.589

.765

X9

.560

.646

X10

.500

.639

X11

.477

.649

Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.

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Total Variance Explained


Factor
Total

Initial Eigenvalues
% of Variance
Cumulative %

Extraction Sums of Squared Loadings


Total
% of Variance

3.381

67.616

67.616

3.061

61.211

0.557

11.148

78.764

0.205

4.09

0.407

8.136

86.9

0.121

2.427

0.356

7.123

94.023

0.299

5.977

100

Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.

Factor Matrixa
Factor
1

X8

.786

X7

.839

X9

.794

X10

.752

X11

.737

.318

Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.


a. 3 factors extracted. 14 iterations required.

Reproduced Correlations

47

X8

X11

.570

.604

X7

.597

.765a

.662

.629

.621

X9

.617

.662

.646a

.631

.545

.466

X10

.570

.629

.631

X11

.604

.621

.545

.466

.649a

-.001

-2.661E-005

.001

.001

-2.050E-006

.001

.001

.000

.000

X7
Residual

X10
.617

.687

X8

X9
.597

X8

Reproduced Correlation

X7
a

-.001

X9

-2.661E-005 -2.050E-006

X10

.001

.001

.000

X11

.001

.001

.000

.639

-.001
-.001

Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.


a. Reproduced communalities
b. Residuals are computed between observed and reproduced correlations. There are 0 (0.0%) nonredundant
residuals with absolute values greater than 0.05.

Rotated Factor Matrixa


Factor
1

X8

.487

.646

X7

.538

.354

.592

X9

.624

.397

.315

X10

.704
.619

.450

X11
Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.
Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization.
a. Rotation converged in 13 iterations.

Factor Transformation Matrix


Factor

.668

.583

.462

-.710

.685

.162

.222

.437

-.872

Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.


Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser
Normalization.

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Factor Score Coefficient Matrix


Factor
1

X8

.110

.546

-.323

X7

.138

-.178

.705

X9

.318

.021

-.034

X10

.494

-.146

-.110

X11

-.303

.455

.276

Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.


Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization.

Factor Score Covariance Matrix


Factor

.598

.196

.193

.196

.540

.168

.193

.168

.444

Extraction Method: Principal Axis Factoring.


Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization.

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Factorial Anova
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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
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FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** FACTORIAL ANOVA
*************************************************
GLM X8 BY X2 X4.

Between-Subjects Factors
Value Label
X2

X4

.00

Laki-laki

91

1.00

Perempuan

1.00

Rendah

47

2.00

Menengah

95

3.00

Tinggi

58

109

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects


Dependent Variable: X8
Source

Type III Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

Sig.

2278.244

455.649

5.666

.000

473967.467

473967.467

5893.972

.000

X2

1334.493

1334.493

16.595

.000

X4

1063.253

531.626

6.611

.002

21.431

10.715

.133

.875

Error

15600.631

194

80.416

Total

574919.000

200

17878.875

199

Corrected Model
Intercept

X2 * X4

Corrected Total

a. R Squared = .127 (Adjusted R Squared = .105)

Discriminant analysis

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***** DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS
*************************************************
DISCRIMINATE GROUPS = X6(1, 3)
/VARIABLES = X7 X8 X9.
Analysis Case Processing Summary
Unweighted Cases

Valid

Excluded

Percent
200

100.0

Missing or out-of-range group codes

.0

At least one missing discriminating variable

.0

.0

.0

200

100.0

Both missing or out-of-range group codes and at least


one missing discriminating variable
Total

Total

Group Statistics
X6

Valid N (listwise)
Unweighted

1.00 Kepegawaian

2.00 Pemasaran

3.00 Keuangan

Total

Weighted

X7

45

45.000

X8

45

45.000

X9

45

45.000

X7

105

105.000

X8

105

105.000

X9

105

105.000

X7

50

50.000

X8

50

50.000

X9

50

50.000

X7

200

200.000

X8

200

200.000

X9

200

200.000

Eigenvalues
Function

Eigenvalue

1
2

% of Variance

Cumulative %

Canonical Correlation

98.7

98.7

.513

1.3

100.0

.067

.356
.005

a. First 2 canonical discriminant functions were used in the analysis.

Wilks' Lambda
Test of Function(s)

Wilks' Lambda

Chi-square

df

Sig.

1 through 2

.734

60.619

.000

.995

.888

.641

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Standardized Canonical Discriminant Function Coefficients


Function
1

X7

.273

-.410

X8

.331

1.183

X9

.582

-.656

Structure Matrix
Function
1

2
*

-.272

X7

.778

-.184

X8

.775*

.630

X9

.913

Pooled within-groups correlations between discriminating variables and standardized canonical discriminant
functions
Variables ordered by absolute size of correlation within function.
*. Largest absolute correlation between each variable and any discriminant function

Functions at Group Centroids


X6

Function
1

1.00 Kepegawaian

-.312

.119

2.00 Pemasaran

.536

-.020

3.00 Keuangan

-.844

-.066

Unstandardized canonical discriminant


functions evaluated at group means

One way manova


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***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
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FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** ONE WAY MANOVA
*************************************************
GLM X7 X8 X9 BY X6.

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Between-Subjects Factors
Value Label

X6

1.00

Kepegawaian

45

2.00

Pemasaran

105

3.00

Keuangan

50

Multivariate Testsa
Effect

Value
Pillai's Trace

Intercept

.978

Wilks' Lambda

.022

Hotelling's Trace

44.355

Roy's Largest Root

X6

44.355

Hypothesis df

Error df

Sig.

2883.051

3.000

195.000

.000

2883.051

3.000

195.000

.000

2883.051

3.000

195.000

.000

2883.051

3.000

195.000

.000

Pillai's Trace

.267

10.075

6.000

392.000

.000

Wilks' Lambda

.734

10.870b

6.000

390.000

.000

Hotelling's Trace

.361

11.667

6.000

388.000

.000

.356

3.000

196.000

.000

Roy's Largest Root

23.277

a. Design: Intercept + X6
b. Exact statistic
c. The statistic is an upper bound on F that yields a lower bound on the significance level.

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects


Source

Corrected Model

Intercept

X6

Error

Total

Corrected Total

Dependent Variable

Type III Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

Sig.

X7

3716.861

1858.431

21.282

.000

X8

3175.698b

1587.849

21.275

.000

X9

4002.104c

2001.052

29.279

.000

X7

447178.672

447178.672

5120.994

.000

X8

460403.797

460403.797

6168.704

.000

X9

453421.258

453421.258

6634.435

.000

X7

3716.861

1858.431

21.282

.000

X8

3175.698

1587.849

21.275

.000

X9

4002.104

2001.052

29.279

.000

X7

17202.559

197

87.323

X8

14703.177

197

74.635

X9

13463.691

197

68.344

X7

566514.000

200

X8

574919.000

200

X9

571765.000

200

X7

20919.420

199

X8

17878.875

199

X9

17465.795

199

a. R Squared = .178 (Adjusted R Squared = .169)


b. R Squared = .178 (Adjusted R Squared = .169)

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c. R Squared = .229 (Adjusted R Squared = .221)

Canonical correlation
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FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
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***** CANONICAL CORRELATION
*************************************************
MANOVA X7 X8 WITH X9 X10
/DISCRIM.
-----------------------------------------------------------The default error term in MANOVA has been changed from WITHIN CELLS to
WITHIN+RESIDUAL. Note that these are the same for all full factorial designs.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * A n a l y s i s
200
0
0
1

o f

V a r i a n c e * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

cases accepted.
cases rejected because of out-of-range factor values.
cases rejected because of missing data.
non-empty cell.

1 design will be processed.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * A n a l y s i s

o f

V a r i a n c e -- Design

1 * * * * * * * * * *

EFFECT .. WITHIN CELLS Regression


Multivariate Tests of Significance (S = 2, M = -1/2, N = 97 )
Test Name

Value

Approx. F

Hypoth. DF

Pillais
.59783
41.99694
Hotellings
1.48369
72.32964
Wilks
.40249
56.47060
Roys
.59728
Note.. F statistic for WILKS' Lambda is exact.

Error DF

4.00
4.00
4.00

Sig. of F

394.00
390.00
392.00

.000
.000
.000

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EFFECT .. WITHIN CELLS Regression (Cont.)


Univariate F-tests with (2,197) D. F.
Variable
X7
X8

Sq. Mul. R

Adj. R-sq.

Hypoth. MS

Error MS

Sig. of F

.51356
.43565

.50862
.42992

5371.66966
3894.42594

51.65523
51.21839

103.99081
76.03569

.000
.000

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Raw canonical coefficients for DEPENDENT variables


Function No.
Variable
X7
X8

1
.06326
.04925

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Standardized canonical coefficients for DEPENDENT variables


Function No.
Variable

54

X7
X8

.64861
.46681

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Correlations between DEPENDENT and canonical variables


Function No.
Variable
X7
X8

1
.92720
.85389

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Variance in dependent variables explained by canonical variables


CAN. VAR.
1

Pct Var DEP

Cum Pct DEP

Pct Var COV

Cum Pct COV

79.44115

79.44115

47.44885

47.44885

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Raw canonical coefficients for COVARIATES


Function No.
COVARIATE
X9
X10

1
.06698
.04824

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Standardized canonical coefficients for COVARIATES


CAN. VAR.
COVARIATE
X9
X10

1
.62752
.47763

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Correlations between COVARIATES and canonical variables


CAN. VAR.
Covariate
X9
X10

1
.92878
.87343

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Variance in covariates explained by canonical variables


CAN. VAR.
1

Pct Var DEP

Cum Pct DEP

Pct Var COV

Cum Pct COV

48.54417

48.54417

81.27499

81.27499

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Regression analysis for WITHIN CELLS error term


--- Individual Univariate .9500 confidence intervals
Dependent variable .. X7
Manajemen
COVARIATE
CL- Upper

Beta

Std. Err.

t-Value

Sig. of t

Lower -95%

X9
.4812890849
.61949
X10
.3653243123
.49610
Dependent variable .. X8

.4397697696

.07008

6.86759

.000

.34308

.3527804936

.06631

5.50914

.000

.23455

COVARIATE
CL- Upper
X9
.57052
X10
.41797

Manajemen Produksi

Beta

Std. Err.

t-Value

Sig. of t

Lower -95%

.4328999977

.4278698341

.06978

6.20341

.000

.29528

.2877496713

.3005699437

.06603

4.35777

.000

.15753

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * A n a l y s i s

o f

V a r i a n c e -- Design

1 * * * * * * * * * *

EFFECT .. CONSTANT
Multivariate Tests of Significance (S = 1, M = 0, N = 97 )
Test Name
Pillais

Value
.11544

Exact F
12.78959

Hypoth. DF
2.00

Error DF
196.00

Sig. of F
.000

55

Hotellings
.13051
Wilks
.88456
Roys
.11544
Note.. F statistics are exact.

12.78959
12.78959

2.00
2.00

196.00
196.00

.000
.000

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EFFECT .. CONSTANT (Cont.)


Univariate F-tests with (1,197) D. F.
Variable
Sig. of F
X7
.011
X8
.000

Hypoth. SS

Error SS

Hypoth. MS

Error MS

336.96220

10176.08069

336.96220

51.65523

6.52329

1209.88188

10090.02312

1209.88188

51.21839

23.62202

EFFECT .. CONSTANT (Cont.)


Raw discriminant function coefficients
Function No.
Variable
X7
X8

1
.04081
.12424

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Standardized discriminant function coefficients


Function No.
Variable
X7
X8

1
.29329
.88913

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Estimates of effects for canonical variables


Canonical Variable
Parameter
1

1
2.19609

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Correlations between DEPENDENT and canonical variables


Canonical Variable
Variable
X7
X8

1
.50372
.95854

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

One way repeated measures anova.


*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** ONE-WAY REPEATED MEASURES ANOVA
*************************************************
GLM X8 X7 X9 X11
/WSFACTOR A(4).

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Within-Subjects Factors
Measure: MEASURE_1
A

Dependent Variable

X8

X7

X9

X11

Multivariate Testsa
Effect

Value
Pillai's Trace

.005

Wilks' Lambda

.995

Hotelling's Trace

.005

Roy's Largest Root

.005

Hypothesis df

Error df

Sig.

.298

3.000

197.000

.827

.298

3.000

197.000

.827

.298

3.000

197.000

.827

.298

3.000

197.000

.827

a. Design: Intercept
Within Subjects Design: A
b. Exact statistic

Measure: MEASURE_1
Within
Mauchly's Approx.
Subjects
W
ChiEffect
Square
A

0.942

11.859

df

Epsilonb

Sig.
Greenhouse
-Geisser
5

0.037

0.963

HuynhFeldt

Lowerbound

0.978

0.333

Tests the null hypothesis that the error covariance matrix of the orthonormalized transformed
dependent variables is proportional to an identity matrix.
a. Design: Intercept
Within Subjects Design: A
b. May be used to adjust the degrees of freedom for the averaged tests of significance.
Corrected tests are displayed in the Tests of Within-Subjects Effects table.

Mauchly's Test of Sphericitya


Tests of Within-Subjects Effects
Measure: MEASURE_1
Source

Type III Sum of

df

Mean Square

Sig.

Squares

Error(A)

Sphericity Assumed

35.564

11.855

.302

Greenhouse-Geisser

35.564

2.888

12.313

.302

Huynh-Feldt

35.564

2.935

12.116

.302

Lower-bound

35.564

1.000

35.564

.302

Sphericity Assumed

23465.186

597

39.305

Greenhouse-Geisser

23465.186

574.760

40.826

Huynh-Feldt

23465.186

584.126

40.171

Lower-bound

23465.186

199.000

117.916

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Tests of Within-Subjects Contrasts


Measure: MEASURE_1
Source

Type III Sum of

df

Mean Square

Sig.

Squares

Error(A)

Linear

4.830

4.830

.130

.718

Quadratic

4.651

4.651

.106

.746

Cubic

26.082

26.082

.709

.401

Linear

7372.020

199

37.045

Quadratic

8771.599

199

44.078

Cubic

7321.568

199

36.792

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects


Measure: MEASURE_1
Transformed Variable: Average
Source

Type III Sum of Squares

Intercept

df

Mean Square

2206155.151

2206155.151

55735.099

199

280.076

Error

7876.991

Sig.
.000

Nonparametric Correlation
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** NONPARAMETRIC CORRELATION
*************************************************
NONPAR CORR
/VARIABLES = X7 X8
/PRINT = SPEARMAN.
Correlations
X7
Correlation Coefficient
X7
Spearman's rho
X8

X8

1.000

.617

.000

200

200

Correlation Coefficient

.617

1.000

Sig. (2-tailed)

.000

200

200

Sig. (2-tailed)

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Bahasa Sintaksis SPSS Gabungan


Contoh-contoh di atas telah memakai bahasa sintaksis mandiri. Duplikasi perintah:
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.

dipakai berulang-ulang. Hal ini akan membutuhkan waktu pemakaian komputer adalah
kurang efisien jika dibanding dengan pemakaian sintaksis gabungan. Sintaksis mandiri adalah
lebih efektif dan lebih efisien jika dibanding dengan cara point and click. Bahasa sintaksis
SPSS gabungan ini adalah sebagai berikut :
*************************************************
***** ABDULLAH M. JAUBAH
*************************************************
GET
FILE='D:\AAMUL\CITRA.SAV'.
*************************************************
***** DESCRIPTIVES
*************************************************
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8
/STATISTICS=MEAN SUM MIN MAX.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8
/STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE RANGE.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8
/STATISTICS=KURTOSIS SKEWNESS.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X7
/STATISTICS=MEAN SUM MIN MAX.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X7
/STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE RANGE.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X7
/STATISTICS=KURTOSIS SKEWNESS.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/STATISTICS=MEAN SUM MIN MAX.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE RANGE.
DESCRIPTIVES VARIABLES=X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/STATISTICS=KURTOSIS SKEWNESS.
*************************************************
***** EXAMINE
*************************************************
EXAMINE X8

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/PLOT BOXPLOT STEAMLEAF HISTOGRAM


/PERCENTILES(5,10,25,50,75,90,95,99).
*************************************************
***** CORRELATION
*************************************************
CORRELATIONS
/VARIABLES = X7 X8 X9 X10 X2
/PRINT = NOSIG.
GRAPH
/SCATTERPLOT(BIVAR) = X8 WITH X7.
CORRELATIONS
/VARIABLES = X7 X8 X9 X10 X2
/PRINT = NOSIG
/MISSING = LISTWISE.
*************************************************
***** T-TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST
/TESTVAL=50
/MISSING=ANALYSIS
/VARIABLES=X8
/CRITERIA=CI(.95).
*************************************************
***** PAIERD TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST
PAIRS=X8 WITH X7 (PAIRED).
*************************************************
***** INDEPENDENT GROUP TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST GROUPS=X2(0 1)
/VARIABLES=X8.
*************************************************
***** ONE SAMPLE MEDIAN TEST
*************************************************
NPTESTS
/ONESAMPLE TEST (X8) WILCOXON(TESTVALUE = 50).
*************************************************
***** BINOMIAL TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TESTS
/BINOMIAL (.5) = X2.
*************************************************
***** CHI-SQUARED GOODNESS OF FIT
*************************************************
NPAR TEST
/CHISQUARE = X3
/EXPECTED = 10 10 10 70.
*************************************************
***** TWO INDEPENDENT SAMPLES T-TEST

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*************************************************
T-TEST GROUPS = X2(0 1)
/VARIABLES = X8.
*************************************************
***** WILCOXON-MANN-WHITNEY TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TEST
/M-W = X8 BY X2(0 1).
*************************************************
***** CHI-SQUARE TEST
*************************************************
CROSSTABS
/TABLES = X5 BY X2
/STATISTIC = CHISQ.
CROSSTABS
/TABLES = X2 BY X4
/STATISTIC = CHISQ.
*************************************************
***** ONE-WAY ANOVA
*************************************************
ONEWAY X8 BY X6.
MEANS TABLES = X8 BY X6.
*************************************************
***** KRUSKAL WALLIS TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TESTS
/K-W = X8 BY X6 (1,3).
*************************************************
***** PAIRED T-TEST
*************************************************
T-TEST PAIRS = X7 WITH X8 (PAIRED).
*************************************************
***** WILCOXON SIGNED RANK SUM TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TEST
/WILCOXON = X8 WITH X7 (PAIRED).
NPAR TEST
/SIGN = X7 WITH X8 (PAIRED).
*************************************************
***** MCNEMAR TEST
*************************************************
COMPUTE HIX9 = (X9>60).
COMPUTE HIX7 = (X7>60).
EXECUTE.
CROSSTABS
/TABLES=HIX9 BY HIX7
/STATISTIC=MCNEMAR
/CELLS=COUNT.

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*************************************************
***** FRIEDMAN TEST
*************************************************
NPAR TESTS
/FRIEDMAN = X7 X8 X9.
*************************************************
***** ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE
*************************************************
GLM X8 WITH X7 BY X6.
*************************************************
***** REGRESSION ANALYSIS
*************************************************
REGRESSION
/STATISTICS COEFF OUTS R ANOVA CI
/DEPENDENT X10
/METHOD = ENTER X9 X2 X11 X7.
*************************************************
***** SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
*************************************************
REGRESSION VARIABLES = X8 X7
/DEPENDENT = X8
/METHOD = ENTER.
*************************************************
***** MULTIPLE REGRESSION
*************************************************
REGRESSION VARIABLE = X8 X2 X7 X9 X10 X11
/DEPENDENT = X8
/METHOD = ENTER.
*************************************************
***** MULTIVARIATE MULTIPLE REGRESSION
*************************************************
GLM X8 X7 WITH X2 X9 X10 X11.
*************************************************
***** SIMPLE LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
LOGISTIC REGRESSION X2 WITH X7.
*************************************************
***** LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
COMPUTE HONCOMP = (X8 GE 60).
EXE.
LOGISTIC REGRESSION HONCOMP WITH X7 X10 X4
/CATEGORICAL X4
*************************************************
***** ORDERED LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
IF X8 GE 30 AND X8 LE 48 X83 = 1.
IF X8 GE 49 AND X8 LE 57 X83 = 2.

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IF X8 GE 58 AND X8 LE 70 X83 = 3.
EXECUTE.
PLUM X83 WITH X2 X7 X11
/LINK = LOGIT
/PRINT = PARAMETER SUMMARY TPARALLEL.
PLUM X4 WITH X2 X10 X11
/LINK = LOGIT
/PRINT = PARAMETER SUMMARY TPARALLEL.
*************************************************
***** FACTORIAL LOGISTIC REGRESSION
*************************************************
LOGISTIC REGRESSION X2 WITH X6 X5 X6 BY X5
/CONTRAST(X6) = INDICATOR(1).
*************************************************
***** FACTOR ANALYSIS
*************************************************
FACTOR
/VARIABLES X7 X8 X9 X10 X11
/CRITERIA FACTORS(2)
/EXTRACTION PC
/ROTATION VARIMAX
/PLOT EIGEN.
*************************************************
***** FACTOR ANALYSIS
*************************************************
FACTOR
/VARIABLES X8 X7 X9 X10 X11
/PRINT INITIAL DET KMO REPR EXTRACTION ROTATION FSCORE UNIVARATIATE
/FORMAT BLANK(.30)
/PLOT EIGEN ROTATION
/CRITERIA FACTORS(3)
/EXTRACTION PAF
/ROTATION VARIMAX
/METHOD = CORRELATION.
*************************************************
***** FACTORIAL ANOVA
*************************************************
GLM X8 BY X2 X4.
*************************************************
***** DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS
*************************************************
DISCRIMINATE GROUPS = X6(1, 3)
/VARIABLES = X7 X8 X9.
*************************************************
***** ONE WAY MANOVA
*************************************************
GLM X7 X8 X9 BY X6.
*************************************************
***** CANONICAL CORRELATION
*************************************************
MANOVA X7 X8 WITH X9 X10

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/DISCRIM.
*************************************************
***** ONE-WAY REPEATED MEASURES ANOVA
*************************************************
GLM X8 X7 X9 X11
/WSFACTOR A(4).
*************************************************
***** NONPARAMETRIC CORRELATION
*************************************************
NONPAR CORR
/VARIABLES = X7 X8
/PRINT = SPEARMAN.

Rangkuman
Pembahasan ini menekankan pada pemakaian sintaksis SPSS secara mandiri dan secara
gabungan. Perbandingan antara cara mandiri dan cara gabungan perlu dilakukan. Bahasa
sintaksis SPSS ini mencakup descriptives, explore, correlation, nonparametric correlation, ttest, paired test, independent group test, one sample madian test, binomial test, chi-squared
goodness of fit, two independent samples t-test, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test, chi-squared
test, one way Anova, Kruskal Wallis test, paired t-test, Wilcoxon signed rank sum test,
McNemar Test, Friedman test, simple lienar regression, multiple regression, multivariate
multiple regression, analysis of covariance, simple logistic regression, logistic regression,
multiple logistic regression, crosstabs dan logistic regression, ordered logistic regression,
factorial logistic regression, factor analysis, factor analysis, discriminant analysis, one way
manova, canonical correlation, dan one way repeated measures anova. Hasil-hasil
pelaksanaan bahasa sintaksis SPSS juga disajikan akan tetapi belum diinterpretasikan. Hal ini
mengakibatkan pembahasan tidak hidup. Interpretasi atas hasil-hasil ini akan dilakukan
dalam bagian kedua. Langkah ini diambil atas pertimbangan bahwa interpretasi harus
dilakukan secara teliti dan hati-hati karena kesalahan interpretasi akan mengakibatkan
kesalahan-kesalahan lain jika hasil-hasil interpretasi ini dipakai oleh para pembaca.
Arsip data yang dipakai merupakan arsip data hipotetis dan bukan arsip data hasil penelitian
sesuai dengan kaidah-kaidah dan prosedur-prosedur penelitian ilmiah. Sintaksis di atas dapat
dipakai untuk arsip data lain yang serasi dengan arsip data di atas.
Penulis mengharap kritik dari para pembaca karena kritik adalah penting sebagai bahan yang
mungkin dapat dipakai untuk melakukan perbaikan isi tulisan ini.

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