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Ordinal Regression using SPSS Statistics (cont...)

Procedure V – Generating odds ratios

Follow the instructions below to generate odds ratios:

You will have added some extra columns into your file that represent the odds ratio and its 95% confidence intervals, as highlighted below:

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Having run all five steps of the SPSS Statistics procedures, you should now have all the information you need to start interpreting the results from your ordinal regression.

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Interpreting and Reporting the Ordinal Regression Output

SPSS Statistics will generate quite a few tables of output when carrying out ordinal regression analysis. Below we briefly explain the main steps that you will need to follow to interpret your ordinal regression results. If you want to be taken through all these sections step-by-step, together with the relevant SPSS Statistics output, we do this in our enhanced ordinal regression guide. You can learn more about our enhanced content here. First, take a look through these steps:

If you are unsure how to interpret your ordinal regression results, check the assumptions of an ordinal regression or conduct the additional SPSS Statistics procedures required to analyse your data, we show you how to do this in our enhanced ordinal regression guide. We also show you how to write up the results from your assumptions tests and ordinal regression output if you need to report this in a dissertation/thesis, assignment or research report. We do this using the Harvard and APA styles. You can learn more about our enhanced content here.

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