SPSS is a platform used for statistical analysis and is widely used in the social sciences. It has slightly more 'point and click' functionality than some of the other statistical analysis packages, and is easy to learn and to use.
Students can access SPSS on all of the University-managed computers across campus, and remotely via UniApps and UniDesk. Staff and students can also download SPSS to use on your own device: https://www.bath.ac.uk/guides/accessing-spss/.
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These courses are suitable for researchers who are completely new to using SPSS.
Master various techniques in IBM SPSS Modeler to perform efficient analytics on your data.
These courses are suitable for those with a working knowledge of managing data in SPSS however, the majority of them are taught as general statistics courses with application examples provided in SPSS Statistics. One of the courses also uses SPSS Modeler.
This video course assumes a working knowledge of managing data in SPSS and is designed so that the theory is taught in a way that can be applied to any statistics package. The demonstrations are given in SPSS Statistics. The course covers:
This video course provides an overview of advanced statistics in general and so could be used to learn the theory before applying the knowledge in practice in any statistics package. The course provides worked examples using SPSS Statistics and SPSS Modeler. The course assumes an existing working knowledge of SPSS. The course covers: