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Simple Guide to SPSS for Windows For Versions 12. 0 And 13. 0

ISBN-10: 0495090360

ISBN-13: 9780495090366

Edition: 7th 2006 (Revised)

Authors: Lee A. Kirkpatrick, Brooke C. Feeney

List price: $36.95
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Featuring just the right amount of information and instruction, Kirkpatrick and Feeney's no-nonsense, streamlined guide provides a thorough introduction to Versions 12.0 and 13.0 of the powerful SPSS software. With this guide, students can learn how to use SPSS to perform all of the statistical procedures covered by a typical introductory statistics text--from histograms and descriptive statistics through correlation, regression, t-tests, and analysis of variance. Writing for students who need to use SPSS to complete homework problems or to conduct statistical analysis for a research project, Kirkpatrick and Feeney keep their explanations as simple and practical as possible.
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Book details

List price: $36.95
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 5/17/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 115
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.506
Language: English

How to Use SPSS for Windowsp. 1
Introduction to SPSS for Windowsp. 2
A Quick Tour of the Screenp. 2
Using SPSS for Windows: Overviewp. 3
Entering Data and Naming Variablesp. 5
Entering the Datap. 5
Naming the Variablesp. 7
Specifying Analyses Using the Point-and-Click Methodp. 9
Specifying Analyses Using the Syntax Methodp. 11
Executing ("Running") the Analysisp. 11
Some General Notes on SPSS Commandsp. 12
Errorsp. 13
Viewing and Manipulating Outputp. 14
Viewing Outputp. 15
Editing Outputp. 15
Printing Outputp. 15
Saving Outputp. 16
Exiting SPSS for Windowsp. 16
Proceduresp. 17
Frequency Distributions and Descriptive Statisticsp. 18
Sample Problemp. 18
Analysisp. 18
Outputp. 21
One-Sample t-Testp. 25
Sample Problemp. 25
Analysisp. 25
Outputp. 27
Independent-Samples t-Testp. 29
Sample Problemp. 29
Analysisp. 30
Outputp. 32
Dependent-Samples (Matched-Pairs, Paired Samples) t-Testp. 34
Sample Problemp. 34
Analysisp. 35
Outputp. 36
One-Way Between-Groups (Independent Groups) ANOVAp. 38
Sample Problemp. 38
Analysisp. 40
Outputp. 45
Two-Way Between-Groups (Independent Groups) ANOVAp. 49
Sample Problemp. 49
Analysisp. 50
Outputp. 54
One-Way Within-Subjects (Repeated Measures) ANOVAp. 58
Sample Problemp. 58
Analysisp. 59
Outputp. 62
Two-Way Mixed (Between-Within) ANOVAp. 68
Sample Problemp. 68
Analysisp. 70
Outputp. 71
Correlationsp. 75
Sample Problemp. 75
Analysisp. 76
Outputp. 78
Simple Regressionp. 80
Sample Problemp. 80
Analysisp. 80
Outputp. 83
Multiple Regressionp. 87
Sample Problemp. 87
Analysisp. 89
Outputp. 92
Chi-Square Test of Independencep. 97
Sample Problemp. 97
Analysisp. 98
Outputp. 100
Saving and Retrieving Filesp. 103
Data Transformationsp. 106
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