DaughtersHeight.sav is a data set on the height of adult daughters and the heights of their mothers and fathers, all in inches. The data were extracted from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey? Analyze these data with child height as the dependent variable. What can you conclude? Can female daughter height be related to the height of the father and/or the mother? Conduct a separate analysis with Type I and Type III sum of squares to examine whether any major conclusions rest on correlated explanatory variables. I need to understand the results of this data, is it possible to elaborate on the results and answer each question, please?
Gender | daughtersheight | mothersheight | fathersheight |
F | 58.6 | 63 | 64 |
F | 64.7 | 67 | 65 |
F | 65.3 | 64 | 67 |
F | 61 | 60 | 72 |
F | 65.4 | 65 | 72 |
F | 67.4 | 67 | 72 |
F | 60.9 | 59 | 67 |
F | 63.1 | 60 | 71 |
F | 60 | 58 | 66 |
F | 71.1 | 72 | 75 |
F | 62.2 | 63 | 69 |
F | 67.2 | 67 | 70 |
F | 63.4 | 62 | 69 |
F | 68.4 | 69 | 62 |
F | 62.2 | 63 | 66 |
F | 64.7 | 64 | 76 |
F | 59.6 | 63 | 69 |
F | 61 | 64 | 68 |
F | 64 | 60 | 66 |
F | 65.4 | 65 | 68 |
SUMMARY OUTPUT | |
Regression Statistics | |
Multiple R | 0.821711 |
R Square | 0.675209 |
Adjusted R Square | 0.636998 |
Standard Error | 1.939902 |
Observations | 20 |
ANOVA | |||||
df | SS | MS | F | Significance F | |
Regression | 2 | 132.9973 | 66.49864 | 17.67068 | 0.0000 |
Residual | 17 | 63.97472 | 3.763219 | ||
Total | 19 | 196.972 |
Coefficients | Standard Error | t Stat | P-value | |
Intercept | 7.454305 | 10.88037 | ||
mothersheight | 0.707206 | 0.128858 | 5.488247 | 0.0000 |
fathersheight | 0.163629 | 0.12659 | 1.292586 | 0.213448 |
from anova , p value < 0.05
daughter's height is related to mother's and/ or father's height
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and p avlue for mother's height coefficient test,
p value = 0.0000 < 0.05
so there is significant relationship between daughter's height and mother's height
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