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    Hi all,

    I need to analyse the data below to determine if there has been a clear improvement between cycle 2 and 3. I don't believe that regression analysis is appropriate for this dataset, although I may be wrong. How should I analyse and present the data?

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    (Original post by Plan C)
    Hi all,

    I need to analyse the data below to determine if there has been a clear improvement between cycle 2 and 3. I don't believe that regression analysis is appropriate for this dataset, although I may be wrong. How should I analyse and present the data?

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    What you have presented there can hardly be called data! Rather it's a collection of summary statistics derived from some data. So, you need to tell us more. Are these binary responses to a questionnaire? If so, we at least need a sample size. Are they the result of an expert assessment of a process? If so, need details.
 
 
 
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