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SPSS 1: Getting Started

SPSS 1: Getting Started

This workshop is the first of a three-part series on SPSS. SPSS is a statistical software package that is widely used by scientists throughout the social sciences for analysis of quantitative data.

Please note: This workshop focuses on using the point-and-click method for using SPSS; the syntax/code method will be introduced briefly.

Workshop Topics

  • Navigating SPSS
  • Entering and importing data from different formats (such as text and Excel files)
  • Defining variables (defining and labeling codes, selecting appropriate levels of measurement)
  • Manipulating and transforming data (selecting cases and splitting files; recoding and computing variables)
  • Running descriptive statistics
  • Generating simple graphs

Prerequisites: None.

NOTE:

  • This is the first workshop in a three-part series (SPSS 2 is the second, SPSS 3 is the third).
  • This workshop focuses on using the point-and-click method for using SPSS; the syntax/code method will be introduced briefly.
  • This workshop is for the Windows version of SPSS.

Presenters: Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Ph.D., Data Services Librarian, and George Usmanov, Graduate Research Assistant, both members of the Library's Research Data Services Team.

 

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Date:
Monday, July 8, 2019
Time:
1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location:
Classroom 2
Campus:
Downtown Campus Library
Categories:
  Data Services Workshops     Faculty Workshops     Graduate Workshops  

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