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Introduction to IBM SPSS Statistics (v24) (0G505G)

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1. Introduction to IBM SPSS Statistics    •   Explain how IBM SPSS Statistics is used for basic analysis    •   Explain the basic steps in data analysis    •   Understand the primary windows in IBM SPSS Statistics    •   Understand the different components of dialog boxes 2. Reading data    •   Import data from different types of file formats    •   Describe choices on the File menu for reading data    •   Read Microsoft Excel files    •   Read files from a Microsoft Access database    •   Read delimited text files 3. Defining Variable Properties    •   Describe and define variable properties in the Variable View window    •   Use the Define Variable Properties dialog box    •   Save variable properties with data in an IBM SPSS Statistics data file    •   Use the Variables utility to view variable properties interactively    •   Use the Display Data Dictionary facility and the Codebook procedure to view variable properties 4. Working with the Data Editor    •   Use features in the Data Editor    •   Insert, delete, and move variables and cases    •   Use the Split Screen view    •   Copy information from one dataset to another    •   Use the Copy Data Properties feature 5. Modifying data values: Recode    •   Use Visual Binning to reclassify values of an ordinal or scale variable    •   Use Recode Into a Different Variable to reclassify values of a nominal variable    •   Use Automatic Recode to create a numeric variable from a string variable 6. Modifying data values: Compute    •   Describe the features of Compute Variable    •   Create new variables with numeric expressions    •   Create new variables with conditional numeric expressions 7. Summarizing individual variables    •   Define levels of measurement    •   Use the Frequencies procedure to produce tables and charts appropriate for nominal variables    •   Use the Frequencies procedure to produce tables and charts appropriate for ordinal variables    •   Use the Frequencies and Descriptives procedure to produce tables and charts for scale variables 8. Describing relationships between variables    •   Select the appropriate procedure to summarize the relationship between two variables    •   Use the Crosstabs procedure to summarize the relationship between categorical variables    •   Use the Means procedure to summarize the relationship between a scale and a categorical variable 9. Selecting cases for analyses    •   Select cases in a data file using various methods    •   Describe and use the features of the Select Cases dialog box    •   Describe and use the features of the Split File dialog box 10. Creating and editing charts    •   Present results with charts    •   Use the Chart Builder to create various types of graphs    •   Format and edit graphs in the Chart Editor 11. Working in the Viewer    •   Navigate through the Viewer    •   Perform Automated Output Modification    •   Customize a pivot table    •   Create and apply a template for a pivot table    •   Export output to other applications 12 Syntax basics    •   Use basic syntax to automate analyses    •   Use the Syntax Editor environment    •   Create syntax    •   Run syntax    •   Edit syntax 13. Menus and the Help System    •   Use the menus    •   Use the Toolbars    •   Use all types of help in IBM SPSS Statistics

 

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