Prologue to SPSS 16.0

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Prologue to SPSS 16.0. Kevin Schoepp. Plot. Survey of Ideas (details and scales) Information section (the workspace and names) By hand Import Exceed expectations Running an examination recurrence, focal inclination, relationship . Sorts of Variables.

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Prologue to SPSS 16.0 Kevin Schoepp

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Outline Review of Concepts (details and scales) Data passage (the workspace and marks) By hand Import Excel Running an investigation recurrence, focal inclination, connection

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Types of Variables What are factors you would consider in purchasing a second hand bicycle? Mark (Trek, Raleigh) Type (street, mountain, racer) Components (Shimano, no name) Age Condition (Excellent, great, poor) Price Frame measure Number of riggings Rowntree, D. (1981). Measurements without tears. London: Penguin Books.

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Types of Scales Nominal-questions or individuals are arranged by some basis (sexual orientation, work class) Ordinal-Categories which are positioned by attributes (pay low, direct, high) Interval-contain parallel separation between units of measure-however no zero (logbook years, temperature) Ratio-has a flat out zero and predictable interims (remove, weight)

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Parametric versus Non Parametric details are more capable than non-parametric details for genuine numbers-T test Non-parametric details are not as effective but rather useful for classification factors - Mann-Whitney U (likert)

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The Workspace Variables Value names Cases Toggle amongst Data and Variable Views

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Data Entry (by hand) 1. Click Variable View 2. Tap the Row 1, Name cell and sort Campus (no spaces permitted in name)

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Data Entry (by hand) 3. Tap the Row 1, Values cell and sort 1 for the esteem and abu dhabi for the mark click Add 4. Sort 2 for the esteem and dubai for the mark click Add and afterward OK

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Data Entry (by hand) 5. Tap the Row 2, Name cell and sort TOEFL 6. Tap the Row 2, Label cell and sort Paper based TOEFL Scores

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Data Entry (by hand) 7. Tap the Row 3, Name cell and sort IELTS 8. Tap the Row 4, Name cell and sort Gender

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Data Entry (by hand) 9. Tap the Row 4, Type cell and snap String and snap OK 10. Tap the Row 4, Values cell and sort m for the esteem and male for the mark click Add

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Data Entry (by hand) 11. Sort f for the esteem and female for the mark click Add and after that OK (see the measure is currently ostensible) 12. Click Data View in the base left corner to begin entering the information

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Data Entry (by hand) 13. Tap on the cells and enter the information (either sort quantities of select from the dropdown menu)

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Data Entry (import from Excel) 14. Click Open-Data… 15. Change Files of sort to Excel, then peruse and open the document. SPSS-Tutorial-Sample Files

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Data Entry (import from Excel) 16. Select the worksheet, the range (if coveted), and if to peruse variable names-click OK The information and variable names will show up

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Running Analyses 17. With SPSS open, select record Open-Data 18. Explore to SPSS-Tutorial-sample_files-select demo, click Open

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Running Analyses (Frequency) 19. Select Analyze-Descriptive Stats-Frequencies 20. Select the coveted factors and tap the bolt to move them to the correct side

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Running Analyses (Frequency) 21. Click Statistics 22. Select any details that you need to see, click Continue

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Running Analyses (Frequency) 23. Click Charts 24. Select the kind of diagram you need, click Continue, then OK

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Running Analyses (Frequency) Result Tables and Graphs will show up

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Running Analyses (Central Tendency) 25. Select Analyze-Descriptive Stats-Frequencies 26. Select the coveted factors (family unit wage) and tap the bolt to move them to the correct side

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Running Analyses (Central Tendency) 27. Select a few measures of focal inclination and scattering click Continue then OK Results will show up

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Running Analyses (Correlation) 28. Click Analyze-Correlate-Bivariate 29. Move the two factors important to the correct side (age & pay), click OK

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Running Analyses (Correlation) 30. Comes about show up and disclose to us that the relationship is frail to direct and results are not because of shot

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Resources Texas A & M-a colossal determination of supportive films http://www.stat.tamu.edu/spss.php UCLA-SPSS 12.0 Starter Kit (valuable motion pictures, FAQs, and so forth) http://www.ats.ucla.edu/detail/spss/sk/default.htm Indiana University-Getting Started (valuable guidelines with screenshots) http://www.indiana.edu/~statmath/detail/spss/win/University of Toronto-A Brief Tutorial (screenshots, directions and fundamental details) http://www.psych.utoronto.ca/courses/c1/spss/page1.htm Central Michigan-Tutorials and Clips (motion pictures, screenshots, directions moderate stacking yet great) http://calcnet.mth.cmich.edu/organization/spss/toc.htm SPSS Statistics Coach and Tutorial (under Help) and in addition the ZU library Online Statistics Textbook http://www.statsoft.com/reading material/stathome.html

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