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    Hey guys,

    I'm using SPSS on some data sets taken from some cycle ergometry practicals where the individuals had 4 stages at 2 different cadences, Rest, 80W, 120W and 160W at 40 and 80RPM. We are looking at the gross efficiency.
    So the question is: when putting data into SPSS, we don't have values for the efficiency of the individuals at rest as they aren't working. Should I only use the 80W, 120W and 160W or should I just put 0 as the values for rest?

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