Using SPSS For Windows [electronic resource] : Data Analysis and Graphics / by Susan B. Gerber, Kristin Voelkl Finn.

By: Gerber, Susan B [author.]
Contributor(s): Finn, Kristin Voelkl [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 2005Edition: Second EditionDescription: XII, 228 p. 95 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387276045Subject(s): Mathematics | Computer software | Statistics | Econometrics | Social sciences | Mathematics | Mathematical Software | Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, Education, Public Policy, and Law | Social Sciences, general | Statistics and Computing/Statistics Programs | EconometricsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 004 LOC classification: QA76.75-76.765Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The Nature of SPSS -- Summarizing Data Graphically -- Summarizing Data Numerically: Measures of Central Tendency -- Summarizing Data Numerically: Measures of Variability -- Summarizing Multivariate Data: Association Between Numerical Variables -- Summarizing Multivariate Data: Association Between Categorical Variables -- Basic Ideas of Probability -- Probability Distributions -- Sampling Distributions -- Answering Questions About Population Characteristics -- Differences Between Two Populations -- Inference on Categorical Data -- Regression Analysis: Inference on Two or More Numerical Variables -- ANOVA: Comparisons of Several Populations -- Exploratory Factor Analysis.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The second edition of this popular guide demonstrates the process of entering and analyzing data using the latest version of SPSS (12.0), and is also appropriate for those using earlier versions of SPSS. The book is easy to follow because all procedures are outlined in a step-by-step format designed for the novice user. Students are introduced to the rationale of statistical tests and detailed explanations of results are given through clearly annotated examples of SPSS output. Topics covered range from descriptive statistics through multiple regression analysis. In addition, this guide includes topics not typically covered in other books such as probability theory, interaction effects in analysis of variance, factor analysis, and scale reliability. Chapter exercises reinforce the text examples and may be performed for further practice, for homework assignments, or in computer laboratory sessions. This book can be used in two ways: as a stand-alone manual for students wishing to learn data analysis techniques using SPSS for Windows, or in research and statistics courses to be used with a basic statistics text. The book provides hands-on experience with actual data sets, helps students choose appropriate statistical tests, illustrates the meaning of results, and provides exercises to be completed for further practice or as homework assignments. Instructions are provided for using the World Wide Web to obtain the data sets to be analyzed. With this guide, students learn how to conduct reasonably sophisticated statistical analyses using SPSS while gaining insight into the nature and purpose of statistical investigation. Susan B. Gerber, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Education at State University of New York at Buffalo. She is director of the Educational Technology program and holds degrees in Statistics and Educational Psychology. Kristin Voelkl Finn, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Education at Canisius College. She teaches graduate courses in research methodology and conducts research on adolescent problem behavior. .
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The Nature of SPSS -- Summarizing Data Graphically -- Summarizing Data Numerically: Measures of Central Tendency -- Summarizing Data Numerically: Measures of Variability -- Summarizing Multivariate Data: Association Between Numerical Variables -- Summarizing Multivariate Data: Association Between Categorical Variables -- Basic Ideas of Probability -- Probability Distributions -- Sampling Distributions -- Answering Questions About Population Characteristics -- Differences Between Two Populations -- Inference on Categorical Data -- Regression Analysis: Inference on Two or More Numerical Variables -- ANOVA: Comparisons of Several Populations -- Exploratory Factor Analysis.

The second edition of this popular guide demonstrates the process of entering and analyzing data using the latest version of SPSS (12.0), and is also appropriate for those using earlier versions of SPSS. The book is easy to follow because all procedures are outlined in a step-by-step format designed for the novice user. Students are introduced to the rationale of statistical tests and detailed explanations of results are given through clearly annotated examples of SPSS output. Topics covered range from descriptive statistics through multiple regression analysis. In addition, this guide includes topics not typically covered in other books such as probability theory, interaction effects in analysis of variance, factor analysis, and scale reliability. Chapter exercises reinforce the text examples and may be performed for further practice, for homework assignments, or in computer laboratory sessions. This book can be used in two ways: as a stand-alone manual for students wishing to learn data analysis techniques using SPSS for Windows, or in research and statistics courses to be used with a basic statistics text. The book provides hands-on experience with actual data sets, helps students choose appropriate statistical tests, illustrates the meaning of results, and provides exercises to be completed for further practice or as homework assignments. Instructions are provided for using the World Wide Web to obtain the data sets to be analyzed. With this guide, students learn how to conduct reasonably sophisticated statistical analyses using SPSS while gaining insight into the nature and purpose of statistical investigation. Susan B. Gerber, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Education at State University of New York at Buffalo. She is director of the Educational Technology program and holds degrees in Statistics and Educational Psychology. Kristin Voelkl Finn, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Education at Canisius College. She teaches graduate courses in research methodology and conducts research on adolescent problem behavior. .

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