SPSS 10.0 Guide to Data Analysis, Volume 1

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Business & Economics - 577 pages
For introductory courses in data analysis and SPSS. Can also be used as a supplement for introductory and business statistics. This friendly, easy-to-understand introduction enables students to get a jump start on describing data, testing hypotheses, and examining relationships using SPSS. A combination of examples, exercises, and data files gives readers hands-on experience finding meaning in data.

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Getting Started with SPSS
Describing Data
Opening a Data File

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Marija Noruš is earned a Ph.D. in biostatistics from the University of Michigan. She was SPSS' s first professional statistician. McGraw-Hill published her first book, "The SPSS Introductory Guide." Since then she has written numerous volumes of highly acclaimed SPSS documentation, and textbooks that demystify statistics and SPSS. Dr. Noruš is has been on the faculties of the University of Chicago and Rush Medical College, teaching statistics to diverse audiences. When not working on SPSS guides, Marija analyzes real data as a statistical consultant.

For those whose Lithuanian is rusty:
"Marija" is pronounced "Maria," not "Mar-eye-ja."
"Noruš is" is pronounced "Norooshis," not "Neurosis.

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