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SPSS warning

of Marie1 »Fri 13 Jul 2012, 6:33 pm

Hello,

I wanted to do a linear regression (ALLBUSS 2006) and got the following warning: No valid values ​​are available for models with the dependent variable FWK recoded. The statistics cannot be calculated.
No valid values ​​were found. The equation was skipped.

Could it be because I used the default list-wise case exclusion?
Because if I use pairwise case exclusion, the regression is calculated.

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Re: SPSS warning

of Marie1 »Mon 16 Jul 2012, 1:57 pm

Hi Statworx,

many thanks for the answer.

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Re: SPSS warning

of nisay097 »Sun 16 Aug 2020, 9:54 am

Hello,

I have the same problem, but it still didn't work for me after the changeover ...

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Re: SPSS warning

of structure puppet »Sun 16 Aug 2020, 9:33 pm

Hi,

- if there are no values ​​left with 'listwise', the same can happen with 'pairwise' deletion, but it doesn't have to.

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Re: SPSS warning

of nisay097 »Wed Aug 19, 2020, 8:13 am

Hello,
I've tried both options and it still doesn't work. I'm totally desperate ...
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Re: SPSS warning

of ponderstibbons »Wed Aug 19, 2020, 8:59 am

Then describe your data and the analysis (sample size, variables, regression model).
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Re: SPSS warning

of nisay097 »Wed Aug 19, 2020, 11:27 am

Hello,

I have two measurement times and want to create cross-lagged panel designs. The variables are trauma affect T1 / T2, depression T1 / T2, anxiety T1 / T2 and aggressiveness T1 / T2. For T1, N = 182 and for T2, N = 100. For example, I want to calculate a regression with trauma affect T2 as AV and depression as UV. In the data set the values ​​for T1 and T2 were in a variable (Questnnr), then I calculated the individual mean values ​​of the variables once for T1 and once for T2 (with the filter function at transform-> calculate variable). If I now choose a regression with variables from a measurement point in time, everything works, but if one variable is from T1 and the other is from T2, I get the error message that no valid values ​​can be found.

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Re: SPSS warning

of ponderstibbons »Wed Aug 19, 2020, 1:51 pm

Ok, unfortunately I don't understand your data structure or your analyzes.
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Re: SPSS warning

of nisay097 »Wed Aug 19, 2020, 4:52 pm

what information are you missing exactly or what did I explain too imprecisely? I just want to do a linear regression between 2 variables from different measurement times, e.g. I want to predict the dream affect at the 2nd measurement time (AV) through the extent of depression at the 1st measurement time (UV).
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