## undertake a factor analysis of the CES-D items using principal axis factoring, two factors, and oblique rotation.

Now you will undertake a factor analysis of the CES-D items using principal axis factoring, two factors, and oblique rotation. Proceed with the same set of variables as in Exercise B3. You can remove some of the Descriptive options (e.g., no further need for the KMO test or inspection of the anti-image matrix). Click the Extraction pushbutton and in this dialog box, select Methods ➜ Principal axis factoring; Analyze ➜ Correlation matrix; Display (no options); and Extract ➜ Number of factors: 2. Then click Continue and select Rotation in the original dialog box. Select Method ➜ Direct Oblimin; Delta ➜ 0; Display ➜ Rotated solution. Click Continue and run the analysis by clicking OK. Then answer the following questions: (a) In the pattern matrix, did any item have a loading greater than .30 on both factors? (b) How many items had loadings greater than .40 on Factor I and Factor II? Were there any items that did not load on either factor with a loading of at least .40? (c) What would you name the factors? (d) What is the correlation between the two factors? What does this suggest about orthogonal versus oblique rotation?

### Complete independent research and review two (2) to three (3) online end-user license agreements.

Complete independent research and review two (2) to three (3) online end-user license agreements. Compare and contrast each EULA with each other. In your response, please consider the following: ·….

### Write a SQL query that identifies the number of prescriptions grouped by drug name.

ALY6030 Final Project Assignment – Pharmacy Claims Due End of Week 6 Background: The excel file “ALY 6030 Final Project Data Set.xlsx” contains sample pharmacy claims for made-up members of….

### Create a JavaFX program to allow a user to query the Northwind database.

Create a JavaFX program to allow a user to query the Northwind database. You should be able to perform the following functionality using the program:   Print order total (not….