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Need to analyze some data? SPSS is your statistical friend let it crunch the numbers!
Surprise this book is not about statistics. It's about using SPSS to calculate statistics for you! Here are step-by-step procedures you can follow to see how SPSS operates and start using it with your own data. You'll be able to enter data, produce graphs, use the statistical methods built into SPSS to generate the numbers you need, and much more.
Predict the future use SPSS to identify business risks and opportunities
Learn your way around install SPSS and set up the options to serve your needs
Enter the data instruct SPSS to collect data from a database or another file, or type it in yourself
Data in, data out export the results of your analysis for use in a database, Web page, Excel® worksheet, or Word document
Go graphic create bar graphs, line charts, scatterplots, pie charts, histograms, and others
Welcome to analysis learn different ways SPSS can crunch numbers and how to get the analysis you're looking for
Extend the possibilities customize SPSS with Command Syntax or create new scripts with Python®
Your greatest asset protect your data and make regular backups
Open the book and find:
What you can and can't do with SPSS
Types of graphs and how to use them
How to manually enter data
Suggestions for sorting, identifying, and grouping data
Data types and how to use them
What a scatterplot can show you
How to back up and protect your data
A glossary of SPSS and statistics terms
Arthur Griffith is a former computer consultant for the U.S. Department of Defense. After working for 25 years as a programmer and software development project manager, he became a writer of computer books and has now written 14 of them.
This is an excellent how-to guide that sidesteps all of the technical mumbo jumbo. This is an excellent reference book for people, especially students, who need to know how to use... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert G. Keim
It did the job that I needed. It explained the processes and provided the definitions required to get through a quantitative analysis course.Published 15 months ago by Damez28