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Number of

 

Nature of

Nature of

 

How

How

How

Dependent

Independent

Dependent

Test(s)

to

to

to

Variables

Variables

Variable(s)

SAS

Stata

SPSS

   

interval & normal

one-sample t-test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

ordinal or interval

one-sample median

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

0 IVs

categorical

binomial test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

(1 population)

(2 categories)

 

categorical

Chi-square goodness- of-fit

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

interval & normal

2 independent sample t-test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

1

IV with 2 levels

ordinal or interval

Wilcoxon-Mann

     

(independent groups)

Whitney test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

categorical

Chi- square test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

Fisher's exact test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

interval & normal

one-way ANOVA

SAS

Stata

SPSS

1 IV with 2 or more levels (independent groups)

ordinal or interval

Kruskal Wallis

SAS

Stata

SPSS

categorical

Chi- square test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

interval & normal

paired t-test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

1

IV with 2 levels

         

(dependent/matched

ordinal or interval

Wilcoxon signed ranks test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

groups)

categorical

McNemar

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

interval & normal

one-way repeated

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

1

1 IV with 2 or more levels (dependent/matched groups)

measures ANOVA

 

ordinal or interval

Friedman test

SAS

Stata

SPSS

categorical

repeated measures

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

logistic regression

 

interval & normal

factorial ANOVA

SAS

Stata

SPSS

2 or more IVs (independent groups)

ordinal or interval

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factorial

     
 

categorical

logistic regression

SAS

Stata

SPSS

   

correlation

SAS

Stata

SPSS

interval & normal

simple linear

SAS

Stata

SPSS

regression

 

1 interval IV

ordinal or interval

non-parametric

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

correlation

categorical

simple logistic

SAS

Stata

SPSS

regression

 

interval & normal

multiple regression

SAS

Stata

SPSS

1 or more interval IVs and/ or

analysis of covariance

SAS

Stata

SPSS

 

multiple logistic

regression

     

1 or more categorical IVs

categorical

SAS

Stata

SPSS

discriminant analysis

SAS

Stata

SPSS

2

or more

1 IV with 2 or more levels (independent groups)

interval & normal

one-way MANOVA

SAS

Stata

SPSS

2

   

2 or more

interval & normal

multivariate multiple

SAS

Stata

SPSS

or more

linear regression

2

sets of

           

2

or more

 

0

interval & normal

canonical correlation

SAS

Stata

SPSS

2

or more

 

0

interval & normal

factor analysis

SAS

Stata

SPSS

Number of

 

Nature of

Nature of

 

How

How

How

Dependent

Independent

Dependent

Test(s)

to

to

to

Variables

Variables

Variable(s)

SAS

Stata

SPSS

This page was adapted from Choosing the Correct Statistic developed by James D. Leeper, Ph.D. We thank Professor Leeper for permission to adapt and distribute this page from our site.

http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/mult_pkg/whatstat/choosestat.html

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