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by jonathon » Mon Sep 23, 2019 12:11 am

hi,

if you have your p-value settings set to 'significant figures', then small values will be represented with scientific notation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientifi ... E-notation). you change these to 'decimal places' if you prefer the < .001.

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by MAgojam » Mon Sep 23, 2019 8:30 am

pullume wrote:However im getting something totally different for my assignment analysis.
I get these results with e's in them - 6.720e-7 and 1.722e-4 . Can you explain these please?


Hi, pullume.
Your p values, to make them more readable, are reported as "Scientific notation", which reduces the number of zero decimals to be displayed.
Your values ...
without e-7 they would be
0.000000672
without e-4 they would be
0.0001722

Cheer.
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by pullume » Mon Sep 23, 2019 12:44 pm

MAgojam wrote:
pullume wrote:However im getting something totally different for my assignment analysis.
I get these results with e's in them - 6.720e-7 and 1.722e-4 . Can you explain these please?


Hi, pullume.
Your p values, to make them more readable, are reported as "Scientific notation", which reduces the number of zero decimals to be displayed.
Your values ...
without e-7 they would be
0.000000672
without e-4 they would be
0.0001722

Cheer.
Maurizio


:-D Dear Maurizio,

I can't thank you enough!

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