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This no-nonsense book teaches you everything you need to know about the newest version of SPSS® for Windows® so you can effectively use the program in your statistics class. The guide's simple, straightforward style frees you to concentrate on learning basic statistical concepts, while still developing familiarity with SPSS. In no time, you'll be using SPSS to do homework problems and conduct statistical analyses for research projects.
Table of Contents
|How to Use SPSS for Windows||p. 1|
|Introduction to SPSS for Windows||p. 2|
|A Quick Tour of the Screen||p. 2|
|Using SPSS for Windows: Overview||p. 3|
|Entering Data and Naming Variables||p. 5|
|Entering the Data||p. 5|
|Naming the Variables||p. 7|
|Specifying Analyses Using the Point-and-Click Method||p. 9|
|Specifying Analyses Using the Syntax Method||p. 11|
|Executing ("Running") the Analysis||p. 11|
|Some General Notes on SPSS Commands||p. 12|
|Viewing and Manipulating Output||p. 14|
|Viewing Output||p. 15|
|Editing Output||p. 15|
|Printing Output||p. 15|
|Saving Output||p. 16|
|Exiting SPSS for Windows||p. 16|
|Frequency Distributions and Descriptive Statistics||p. 18|
|Sample Problem||p. 18|
|One-Sample t-Test||p. 25|
|Sample Problem||p. 25|
|Independent-Samples t-Test||p. 29|
|Sample Problem||p. 29|
|Dependent-Samples (Matched-Pairs, Paired Samples) t-Test||p. 34|
|Sample Problem||p. 34|
|One-Way Between-Groups (Independent Groups) ANOVA||p. 38|
|Sample Problem||p. 38|
|Two-Way Between-Groups (Independent Groups) ANOVA||p. 49|
|Sample Problem||p. 49|
|One-Way Within-Subjects (Repeated Measures) ANOVA||p. 58|
|Sample Problem||p. 58|
|Two-Way Mixed (Between-Within) ANOVA||p. 68|
|Sample Problem||p. 68|
|Sample Problem||p. 75|
|Simple Regression||p. 80|
|Sample Problem||p. 80|
|Multiple Regression||p. 87|
|Sample Problem||p. 87|
|Chi-Square Test of Independence||p. 97|
|Sample Problem||p. 97|
|Saving and Retrieving Files||p. 103|
|Data Transformations||p. 106|
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