SPSS Analysis Without Anguish Using SSPS (Version 13.0)

Sheridan J. Coakes

  • 出版商: Wiley
  • 出版日期: 2006-03-06
  • 售價: $990
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 279
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0470809140
  • ISBN-13: 9780470809143
  • 相關分類: SPSS

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This latest edition of SPSS: Analysis Without Anguish is based on Version 13.0 of SPSS for Windows. SPSS is a sophisticated piece of software used by social scientists and related professionals for statistical analysis. There are several new features in SPSS version 13.0 that are covered in the new edition of this workbook, including:

  • improved charting capabilities
  • new data management features
  • statistical enhancements.

Always popular in previous editions, SPSS: Analysis without Anguish Version 13.0 for Windows continues to address the needs of all users of SPSS software. It serves as a practical introduction to new users and also allows those wishing to undertake more advanced analysis to work their way systematically through each stage.

Extensive use of screen displays and a range of \'step by step\' working and practice examples remain as features of the workbook.

SPSS: Analysis without Anguish Version 13.0 is suitable across a number of disciplines, including business, health, social sciences, environmental science and geography. It can also be value pack with other Wiley textbooks in subjects such as statistics, market research and research methods to save students money.

FEATURES

  • New range of working and practice examples
  • Updated screen displays to reflect output from SPSS version 13.0
  • Suitable for use with version 13.0 of SPSS for Windows
  • Optional bundling of SPSS student software with a 24-month licence
  • Suitable across disciplines and for varying levels of expertise
  • Spiral bound for ease of use at the computer
  • Now includes an index at the back of the book
  • Data files available on accompanying text website
  • Adopting lecturers have access to a CD containing all of the text screen dump images for lecture presentation