Correlation Analysis using SPSS
- Input your data on SPSS
- Select the two required variable
- Go to: Analyze→ correlate →Bivariates.
- Insert the required variabe in the variable box.
- Select “pearson”from the correlation coefficient box.
- Also select one tailed or two tailed from the test of significance box.
- And finally click ok.
Correlation coefficient interpretation using spss
If the value of correlation coefficient is greater or equal 0.8 (r>=0.8) it is the evidence of strong correlation. If the value of r indicates .5 to .79 then there are moderate correlation and if the value of r is less than .5 than it indicates the weak correlation between the variable.
You can also find the correlation by watching the following video.
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