A Simple Guide to SPSS for Windows: For Versions 8.0, 9.0, 10.0, and 11.0
Students will find this no-nonsense, streamlined book teaches everything students need to know about SPSS for Windows for versions 8.0 through the new version 11.0. This guide gives students just the right amount of information and instruction to effectively use SPSS for Windows to perform such procedures as stem-and-leaf displays, t-tests, multiple regressions, and scatterplots. In addition, it makes learning the SPSS program simple, whether students need it to do homework problems or to conduct statistical analysis for a research project. The authors wrote the book to cover what the first-time or casual user needs to know to conduct data analysis in SPSS at the level of an introductory statistics course in psychology.
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A Simple Guide to SPSS for Windows: For Versions 8.0 and 9.0
Lee A. Kirkpatrick,Brooke C. Feeney
No preview available - 2000
approach attachment styles ATTRACT ATTSTYLE Between-Subjects box labeled button to execute cell choose Click on Analyze click on Continue click on OK column compute COND Confidence Interval Continue to return correlation Crosstabs Data Editor dependent variable descriptive statistics dialog box Editor and label enter the data equal variances example execute the analysis F-test forget the period frequency groups HOMEENV independent label the variables less than 0005 looks like Figure main effect Mean delta menu bar Model multiple comparison multivariate tests null hypothesis OK to run One-Way ANOVA Open the Syntax options p-value predictor produced by SPSS pull-down menu RECODE Run button run the analysis Sample Problem scatterplot scores screen specify SPSS for Windows SPSS prints standard deviations Statistics in version student subcommand subjects Sum of Squares Syntax Editor Syntax Method Open variable names variable(s version 8.0 wish