Getting started with SPSS
Getting started with SPSS

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Getting started with SPSS

1 The SPSS statistics tutorial

This online tutorial is designed to help you familiarise yourself with the software package SPSS and learn about basic statistics. You will need to follow the instructions within each activity in the sequence presented to complete the course.

Some activities have questions, whilst others will encourage you to explore the various software options. All are designed to help you think about how SPSS works and how to carry out some basic statistical work.

All the required work for this course takes place within each activity – nothing is downloaded onto your computer.

Please note that the software package SPSS is not provided with this course. The course is designed as a series of activities that can be used to help you familiarise yourself with some basic statistical analyses and how they can be carried out in SPSS.

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