SPSS 10.0 Guide to Data Analysis, Volume 1
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
Opening a Data File
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