Analytics Using SPSS

Analytics Using SPSS


SPSS Statistics is a software package used for statistical analysis. Long produced by SPSS Inc., it was acquired by IBM in 2009, and current versions are officially named IBM SPSS Statistics. SPSS is among the most widely used programs for statistical analysis in social science. It is used by market researchers, health researchers, survey companies, government, education researchers, marketing organizations, and others.

Module-1 (Introduction to SPSS)

  • Windows, Menu, Status bar
  • Dialogue box, sub-dialogue box
  • Variable names, variable labels
  • Basic steps in data analysis

Module-2 (Data files and Editor)

  • Opening a SPSS and external data file and options
  • Saving a files and options
  • Data view, Variable view, entering data, editing data
  • Go to case, Case selection

Module-3 (Data preparation, transformations and file handling)

  • Defining variables and its properties
  • Computing variables, functions, missing values, recoding values
  • Sort, transport, merge, aggregate data, split file, select cases, weight cases
  • Output viewer, output export, saving output

Module-4 (Working with command syntax))

  • Syntax rules
  • Editing syntax
  • Multiple execute commands

Module -5 (Frequencies, descriptive, Explore, Crosstabs)

  • Frequencies statistics, charts and formats
  • Descriptive and options
  • Explore statistics, plots and options
  • Crosstabs layers, statistics and format
  • Summarize options and statistics

Module-6 (Statistical analysis in SPSS)

  • Means and options
  • Factor analysis
  • Cluster analysis
  • T- tests, paired t-tests, one sample t-test
  • Bivariate and partial correlations
  • Linear regression (simple and multiple)

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