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SimpSloSh[build:20080919]Spreadsheets to display simple slopes from a multiple regression analysis with two predictors and a significant interaction term

With these spreadsheets you can generate graphs of simple slopes for which you have obtained Bs or betas (and means) from a multiple regression with two predictors that interact.

[Openoffice.org Calc] Version for Openoffice.org Calc (Starcalc): click here to download
Use OpenOffice.org you will need Openoffice.org, the free and easy office suite for this. click here to download it now.
[ms excel] Version for MS Office Excel: click here to download
Also, check out the much fancier IRSE (Interactions in Multiple Regression with SPSS and Excel) to subdue your interactions. IRSE is a powerful tool beautifully crafted by Laurenz Meier.