Statistical Analysis with SPSS

IBM SPSS Statistics Training

This course introduces you to the power and functionality of IBM SPSS Statistics as a data analysis tool and covers standard exploratory statistical analysis of data.

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What You'll Learn

  • Accessing data entry and import from other media, such as Excel
  • Manipulating data to create new data fields
  • Presenting data. Tabular and graphical output for analysis and reporting
  • Exploratory data analysis
  • Assessing whether significant differences exist between groups
  • Assessing whether significant associations/correlations exist between data fields
  • Basic trend analysis

Full Course Syllabus

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Data definition and access

Defining variables and entering data using the built-in Data Editor

Applying dictionary information from another file

Importing data from spreadsheets and other applications

Data modification

Computing new variables and recording data values

Selecting subsets of the data

Splitting data files to obtain sub-group summaries

Data analysis and presentation

Levels of measurement (types of data)

Summarizing variables using frequencies and descriptives

Bar charts, histograms and boxplots

Summaries of central tendency (e.g. mean, median and mode)

Summaries of spread and shape (e.g. standard deviation, skewness) The ‘normal distribution’ and its importance

Producing crosstabulation tables and testing for significant relationships with chisquare

Assessing relationships between continuous variables through plots and correlations

Statistical Analysis with SPSS

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This course introduces you to the power and functionality of IBM SPSS Statistics as a data analysis tool and covers standard exploratory statistical analysis of data. The course will cover:

Accessing data entry and import from other media, such as Excel
Manipulating data to create new data fields
Presenting data. Tabular and graphical output for analysis and reporting
Exploratory data analysis
Assessing whether significant differences exist between groups
Assessing whether significant associations/correlations exist between data fields
Basic trend analysis

Upon completion of this course, you should be confident in leveraging the power of IBM SPSS Statistics. You will be able to access data and create bespoke, high quality reports and output for monitoring data and enabling decision support. This includes the ability to draw conclusions from the data based on powerful statistical analysis.

Materials

  • SPSS Digital Manual
  • Customized Examples

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