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.

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 our **PROCESS Graphing templates**.

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

## Available PROCESS Templates

Please find below our current available templates. If you have special requests, please reach out to us. We can’t guarantee you that we can graph every model, but we are willing to try!

## Model 1

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

- Graphing moderation (PROCESS v3.0) – Model 1 (IV on x-axis) (Windows version, with a
**dichotomous**independent variable (X), a**continuous**moderator (W), and a**continuous**dependent variable (Y). Click here for the Mac version. - Graphing moderation (PROCESS v3.0) – Model 1 (MOD on x-axis) (Windows version), with a
**dichotomous**independent variable (X), a**continuous**moderator (W), and a**continuous**dependent variable (Y). Click here for the Mac version. - Graphing moderation (PROCESS v3.0) – Model 1 (continuous IV) (Windows version), with a
**continous independent variable**(X), a**continuous dependent variable**(Y), and a**continuous moderator**(W). As some of you requested, the IV is on the x-axis, and the moderator in the legend. Click here for the Mac version.

## Model 3

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 we have 2 options:

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.

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 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) – 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

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 our blog about** graphing a moderation model**. You can find more blogs here.