I have fundamental statistical background... currently learning my ways in SPSS.
Please see attached PDF. Contains some statistics (i.e., running multiple regression) and graphs.
I'd like to get some assistance in interpreting the data. From my perspective, the regression line indicates a "positive correlation" between the independent variables (I included 4 of them) and the single dependent variable. In fact, the R^2 = 0.908... which I think is considered high/strong.
However, looking at the ANOVA and Coefficients summary table, the p-value (I think that's "Sig.") is NOT significant... that is, it is shown as 0.524. From what I know, a significant p-value should be less than 0.05 or 0.01.
So, if I interpret the graph with regression line correctly, I would have expected the p-value to approach 0. Again, that's not the case.
Am I mixing things up? Given the limited amount of info included in the PDF, could someone please help better understand the data/information?
Thank you in advance,