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Alice T

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    UK
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    Health Psychology
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    UCL
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    Honorary Research Assistant
  1. Hi @canarik, Thank you so much, that's really helpful! I've followed your steps and have now got the frequency distribution, which I've then calculated as a percentage for easier comparison. I just had one more question which is probably very simple (it's been a few years since I last did any data analysis so am very rusty!). The number of sources in each attribute value varies - I have two groups of 6 and one of 4. Is the frequency distribution calculated in a way that allows for difference in group size, or do I need to calculate the frequency distribution proportionally to ma
  2. Hi guys, apologies if this is a basic question! In the codebook I've generated, I really want to compare the distribution of coding between the child nodes of a parent node, but looking at how this compares for three different attribute values. The child nodes are mutually exclusive categories, so I want to see how "popular" each child node is for the different attribute values of a particular attribute (e.g. to see whether participants from different ethnic groups were more likely to hold particular views). Does anyone know if this is possible? Any help would be much appreciated!
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