SPSS For Dummies by Arthur Griffith

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The fun and friendly guide to the world's leading statistical software

Predictive Analysis Software (PASW), formerly SPSS software, is the leading statistical software used by commerical, government, and academic organizations around the world to solve business and research problems. It allows you to quickly and easily discover new insights from data, test hypotheses, and build powerful predictive models.

PASW Statistics For Dummies covers everything you need to know to get up and running with this efficient and practical software. PASW Statistics is the leading statistical software used to analyze data and create predictive models; it is used by business, academic, and government entities worldwide This guide explains how to work with automatic codebook generation and customize the variable view Walks you through the rounding method that is used in all calculations and explains using predictive analysis Shows how to maximize your use of graph templates, and much more

Even if you have little or no statistical or mathematical background, PASW Statistics For Dummies will show you how to generate statistical support and decision-making information quickly and easily.

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About Arthur Griffith

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Arthur Griffith is a former computer consultant for the U.S. Department of Defense. After working for 25 years as a programmer and software development project manager, he became a writer of computer books and has now written 14 of them.
Published January 14, 2010 by For Dummies. 386 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Science & Math, Professional & Technical, Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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