Using SPSS and PASW
by Caitlin McGrath, et al.
Publisher: Wikibooks 2011
SPSS or 'Statistical Package for the Social Sciences' is a software program widely used in the social sciences for conducting statistical analysis of data. This book is a rudimentary introduction to the use of SPSS for basic statistical analysis. The book is written with a focus on social scientific analysis in mind (particularly Sociology).
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