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About MD2C – Data Analytics

MD2C offers Data Analytics and help with Quantitative Research. I like to help you to explore your data and craft models in order to make better business decisions.

Data Analytics

Examples of data analytics projects are:

  • Predictive maintenance: predict whether a machine will break down;
  • Predictive education: predict which student needs a little extra help to be successful;
  • IoT in school: predict which room will be available to study;
  • Predictive hiring: predict if a candidate will fit the job;
  • Getting to know your customer: understand and use customer behavior patterns;
  • Know your employees: profile classification to create powerful teams

Quantitative Research

I collaborated with many researcher and realized their quantitative research for their papers. Specialties:

  • PLS-SEM
  • CB-SEM
  • Mediation, moderation and Conditional Process Analysis

To help other researchers, I developed PROCESS templates to graph conditional effects.

Clients

Current and past clients include:

Partners

Current and past partners include:

Keywords

Quantitative Research, Data Science, Business Intelligence, Descriptive and Predictive Analysis.

KVK: 55402542 (MD2C forms part of MD2 Consultancy)

MD2C has been founded by Marian Dragt. You can reach me by sending an email to info [at] md2c [dot] nl

PROCESS Graphing templates

As researcher, there is a big chance that you have to create graphs. I 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.

This PROCESS macro from Andrew Hayes is very usefull to calculate conditional effects within SPSS. If you want to visualize these effects, you can use one of my PROCESS Graphing templates.

The below templates are designed for Windows OS, but I have good news for Apple OS users: the templates are now also available for Excel on Mac!

I know that there are sometimes problems with the download link after your purchase. In case this happens, please feel free to contact me by sending an email to info [at] md2c [dot] nl and I will make sure you will get your template.

Available PROCESS Templates

Please find below the current available templates. If you have special requests, please reach out to me. I can’t guarantee you that I can graph every model, but I am willing to try!

Model 1

PRODUCT V3 Model 1 Moderation (dich IV in legend - cont W on x-axis)

For model 1, I have 3 options, depending on your type of variables and how you want to graph the moderation effect:

Model 3

PRODUCT V3 Model 3 Moderated moderation

Graphing moderated moderation (PROCESS v3.0) – Model 3 (Windows version), with a continuous independent variable (X) Negative Emotions, a continuous dependent variable (Y) Support for Government Action, a categorical moderator (W) Sex, and a continuous moderator (Z) Age. Click here for the Mac version.

Model 7

For Model 7 I have 2 options:

Model 7 Moderated Mediation Conceptual Model PROCESS

Graphing moderated mediation (PROCESS v3) – Model 7 (Windows version), with a dichotomous independent variable (X), and a continuous moderator (W), mediator (M) and dependent variable (Y). Click here for the Mac version.

Model 7 Moderated Mediation Conceptual Model PROCESS continuous

Graphing moderated mediation (PROCESS v3) – Model 7 (Windows version), with a continuous independent variable (X), and a continuous moderator (W), continuous mediator (M) and continuous dependent variable (Y). Click here for the Mac version.

Model 8

For model 8 I have 2 options, but I recommend you to update PROCESS to the latest edition.

PRODUCT V216 Model 8 Moderated mediation (dich IV - cont W - cont Y)


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, I am discontinuing the development of this template and recommend you to use V3.

PRODUCT V3 Model 8 Graphing moderated mediation (dich IV - cont W - cont M - cont Y)

Graphing moderated mediation (PROCESS v3) – Model 8 (Windows version), with a dichotomous independent variable (X), and a continuous moderator (W), mediator (M) and dependent variable (Y). Click here for the Mac version.

Model 14

PRODUCT V3 Model 14 Graphing moderated mediation

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.

Graphing moderated mediation (PROCESS v3.0) – Model 14 (Windows version), with a dichotomous independent variable (X), a continuous dependent variable (Y), a continuous mediator (M), and a continuous moderator (W). Click here for the Mac version.

Model 15

Graphing moderated mediation (PROCESS v3.0) – Model 15 (Windows version) uses a continuous independent variable (X), a continuous dependent variable (Y), a continuous mediator (M) , and a continuous moderator (W).

PROCESS Blogs

For an example how to use one of theses templates, you are welcome to read my blog about graphing a moderation model. You can find more blogs here.

Blog

Contact MD2C

Please feel free to contact me by sending an email to info [at] md2c [dot] nl