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David Winsemius dw|n@em|u@ @end|ng |rom comc@@t@net
Tue Nov 5 18:17:10 CET 2019

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On 11/5/19 4:23 AM, imran damkar wrote:
> Greetings,
> I have collected the data based on 5 point likert scale(very low, low,
> neutral, high,very high) on the factor considered by individual before
> making investment decision. There are five factors (D.Vs) Influencing
> investment decisions. I am interested in knowing whether there is
> significant difference in preference level of male and female(IVs) for the
> above said factors.Number of males are 252 and females 98. I have applied
> Permutational Manova in adonis function of R, since data are ordinal in
> nature, and result is non significant. I have read in literature that
> permutation test is non parametric in nature. Does for the permutation test
> equality of variance is highly important. Also the computation of mean, S.
> D and variance are discouraged by many scholars for ordinal data.
> Pls through some light of permutation test and it’s assumption and
> violation of it. And if in case PERMANAVO is not suitable for my data then
> please suggest appropriate alternative.
> Shall be highly obliged.
> Thanks
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