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# To submit your assignment: • The best way to paste your output into the Assignme

To submit your assignment:
• The best way to paste your output into the Assignment document is to do the following:
o Select Copy when copying from the SPSS output.
o To paste in Word, your document must be open within the VDI. Use a shared drive (such as OneDrive) or access your learning environment within the virtual desktop to download this document.
o Select Paste and then resize the image to fit the screen in Word.
An overview of the data set:
This data set contains data for 200 different rock albums. Each row in the data set represents the data for one album. Specifically, the following variables are included:
• AlbumNumber: This is the ID number of the album. There are 200 albums, so this variable ranges from 1 to 200.
• RecordCompany: This is the album promotions company for each album. Values of “1” represent Next Generation Records, and values of “2” represent Worldwide Entertainment.
• Adverts: This is the album advertising budget in thousands of dollars.
• Airplay: This is the number of times the album was played on the radio in the past year.
• Attract: This is a 1-to-10 rating by independent reviewers of the physical attractiveness of the band.
Questions:
To complete this assignment, replace the bracketed text with the relevant information.
1a) Run a scatterplot to examine the relationship between Adverts and Airplay.
1b) What do you learn about the relationship between Advertsand Airplay from the scatterplot?
2a) Use a matrix scatterplot to examine all of the relationships between Sales, Adverts, and Airplay.
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2b) Describe the relationships between the variables. Identify strongly correlated variables. Identify the relationships as positive or negative.
3a) Examine the correlation between Adverts and Airplay.
3b) Explain the correlation.
• What is the r-value for each variable?
• Does the r-value indicate a positive or negative correlation?
• Is the correlation statistically significant?
4a) Run a correlation matrix for Sales, Adverts, and Airplay.
4b) Identify any significant correlations between the variables. Describe the relationship (positive or negative).
5a) Create two variables that you think would be negatively correlated. Do not use variables from the Album Sales data set. Describe the variable below.
5b) Create a new data set in SPSS for the variables defined in 5a.
• Complete the variable view when you create the database.
• Create data for at least 10 participants for your research question.
• Enter the created data into your new database.
• Run a scatterplot.