Introduction: Multiple Response Sets - Frequency Analysis: SPSS (2.6)

When more than one response or measurement is allowed for a survey question, you can use a multiple response set.  Frequency analysis is a descriptive statistical method that shows the number of occurrences of each response chosen by the respondents. The next research questions can be answered by running a frequency analysis for each airline variable. The result of this analysis will provide an overall raw frequency for each response and will not allow percentage comparisons between the different airlines. A frequency analysis using a multiple response set will provide an appropriate response with a concise output. Research Question # 4
In a survey of airline passengers, which airline was selected as having been flown most often in the previous six months? Created by the ITS Training Program at CSULA for students.

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