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Bibliometric Analysis for Beginners

This workshop covers an introduction to bibliometrics analysis, search strategy on choosing the right keywords, gathering the right data from Scopus database, and analyzing bibliographical data using Microsoft Excel, Harzing’s Publish or Perish, and VOSviewer. Participants will also be guided on how they can interpret the findings and draft high-impact articles on bibliometric analysis.


Bibliometric Analysis using R for Non-Coders

This workshop introduced an R-tool for comprehensive science mapping analysis. Participants are guided on getting the dataset from Scopus database and analyzing it using R. NO PROGRAMMING knowledge is required. Suitable for all non-coders. Tips and tricks on preparing bibliometric analysis manuscripts were also shared throughout the workshop.


Basic PLS-SEM using SmartPLS

This workshop introduced SmartPLS software for PLS-SEM. Participants were guided on the measurement model (convergent/ discriminant), reflective and formative, PLS predict, IPMA and structural model. Academicians, postgraduate students, researchers and anyone interested to learn more about PLS-SEM using SmartPLS are invited to attend!  


Intermediate PLS-SEM using SmartPLS

This workshop will focus on higher-order factors (hierarchical component analysis) in partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) using the updated version of SmartPLS software. With the hands-on activities, this workshop will discuss performing state-of-the-art moderation and mediation PLS-SEM. Then, the workshop will proceed with a discussion to test if pre-defined data groups have significant differences in their group-specific parameter estimates using MGA (multigroup analysis).


SPSS Data Analysis

This workshop focused on regression analysis, which is an essential multivariate data analysis technique commonly used by researchers. The workshop content begins with a discussion on preparing the codebook and how to carry out data screening to make sure the data used are suitable for the data analysis. This workshop also guided the participants on how to check the reliability of measures, evaluate the effectiveness of any manipulations, examine the distributions of individual variables, and identify outliers. Then, the workshop discussed multiple linear regression, hierarchical multiple regression, mediation regression, and moderated regression using SPSS. Hands-on exercises were also conducted to better understand how to do them. 


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