Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 10.0
This book is an excellent supplement to any introductory statistics course. Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 10.0 by Robert H. Carver and Jane Gradwohl Nash provides a practical and useful introduction to SPSS 10.0. It enables students to work independently to learn the software skills outside of class, while coming to understand the underlying statistical concepts and techniques.
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A First Look at SPSS 10 0
Tables and Graphs for One Variable
Tables and Graphs for Two Variables
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Aggregate personal analysis Analyze assumptions average axis bar chart binomial blood pressure body fat boxplot button Cancel Help click OK coefficient colleges column command Compute confidence interval control charts correlation Create Crosstabs Data Editor data file dataset dependent variable Descriptive Statistics dialog box diastolic estimate example fatalities females file called file contains forecast freestyle frequency freshwater consumptive gender graph groups heart rate height histogram horizontal hour ending independent measures ANOVA Interactive Know 9 Levene's test look males median mental arithmetic menu normal distribution null hypothesis observed Out-of-state tuition output P-value Percent perform platelet plot population predicted questions random sample random variable regression model reject the null relationship repeated measures represents residuals sample mean SAT scores Save scatterplot session shown significant simulation SPSS standard deviation standard error swimmer systolic Total variable called variances variation Viewer window