A Guide to Computing Statistics with SPSS for Windows
Learn all you need to know about statistics - and how to generate the statistics you need with the field's leading software package, SPSS for Windows. The book also contains detailed, practical coverage of variables, tables and diagrams, averages, variation and spread, distributions of scores and standard deviation. Coverage also includes: correlation coefficients, prediction, sampling, regression, statistical significance, inference, T-tests, chi-squares, non-parametric statistics, analysis of variance, partial and spurious correlation, multiple regression, and more. There is also a detailed case study walking through the analysis of a questionnaire and survey project.For anyone who needs to understand and work with statistics.
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How to access SPSS for Windows and enter data
tables and diagrams
averages variation and spread
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