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Which Tests to Run

 
 
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Reply Sun 23 Feb, 2020 01:04 am
I have a questionnaire with different data nature, each few questions can be grouped into 1 variable (ex: Age, Gender, Region, Income Level into "Background"; Experienced Side Effects (multiple answers), Hospitalization (yes/no) into "Risks"...). I transformed the groups by means but would like to know how to proceed to analyze the relationships Here's are the hypotheses: There is a positive relation between consumer background and consumer behavior regarding the use of food supplements in Lebanon There is a positive relation between consumer’s health awareness and consumer behavior regarding the use of food supplements in Lebanon. There is a positive relation between due diligence and consumer behavior regarding the use of food supplements in Lebanon. The questionnaire is divided into clear sections (consumer background, health awareness, ...)
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