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As researcher, there is a big chance that you have to create graphs. We decided to created some PROCESS Graphing templates to help you graph moderation, moderated mediation, etc., based on the output of the PROCESS macro from Andrew Hayes for SPSS.
For model 8 we have 2 options, but we recommend you to update PROCESS to the latest edition.
Graphing moderated mediation (PROCESS v2.16) – Model 8 (Windows version), with a dichotomous independent variable (X), and a continuous moderator (W), mediator (M) and dependent variable (Y). As this is based on an earlier version of PROCESS, we are discontinuing the development of this template and recommend you to use V3.
Graphing moderated mediation (PROCESS v3.0) – Model 14 (Windows version), with a continuous independent variable (X) Dysfunctional Behavior, a continuous dependent variable (Y) Work Performance, a continuous mediator (M) Negative Affective Tone, and a continuous moderator (W) Nonverbal Negative Expressivity. Click here for the Mac version.
Frequently Asked Questions about how to use the PROCESS templates You can use the PROCESS macro from Andrew Hayes to calculate conditional effects within SPSS. If you want to visualize these effects, you can use one of our Excel templates, which are based on the SPSS output. Current available PROCESS templates Graphing moderation (PROCESS v3.0) …
Imagine you are an HR-Manager, and you would like to know which employees are likely to stay, and which might leave your company. Besides you would like to understand which factors contribute to leaving your company. You have gathered data in the past (well, in this case Kaggle simulated a dataset for you, but just …
Build your Bot Workshop Setup and Instruction Guide to Build your Bot In most of our Microsoft Data Science meetup, hosted by i.e. Infi, InSpark, Winvision, Macaw, among others, we organize workshops. This time you will learn how to build your bot with the Cognitive Services of Microsoft. In this workshop you wil build a …