SPSS: User Friendly Approach

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Worth Publishers, Feb 18, 2009 - Computers - 231 pages
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In this comprehensive introduction to SPSS version 16, Jeffery Aspelmeier and Thomas Pierce make potentially complicated procedures and concepts easy to understand, easy to complete, and fun to work with. SPSS: A User-Friendly Approach goes beyond providing instructions on the mechanics of conducting data analysis and develops a student’s conceptual and applied understanding of quantitative techniques. Students are taught not only how to complete a procedure within SPSS but also how to ensure that the results of the procedure are statistically meaningful.

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JEFFERY ASPELMEIER, Radford University, USA.
THOMAS PIERCE, Radford University, USA.

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