SPSS For Macintosh Made Simple
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Date:10/1/1998 - Psychology Press
By: Colin D. Gray
SPSS for Macintosh Made Simple is an introductory guide for the Macintosh user. This book has all the features of the successful and highly acclaimed book by the same authors, SPSS for Windows Made Simple, 2nd Edition (Psychology Press, 1997). There is an abundance of worked examples, which include annotated SPSS output listings and actual screen images, icons and dialog boxes. These are accompanied by comments clarifying the points that have arisen most frequently from students' queries during practical classes run by the authors. The range of problems and techniques covered is much wider than in comparable introductory texts, and this book will prove invaluable to the experienced researcher and the undergraduate alike. The text includes a complete course of practical exercises covering all the main topics considered in the text. This book: introduces the reader to the Macintosh environment for SPSS: shows the reader how to explore and depict a set of data: gives advice on choosing a statistical test: includes important cautions and caveats about the use of statistics: illustrates techniques with fully annotated SPSS menus, dialog boxes and output: contains an abundance of worked examples and exercises for the reader: has a comprehensive table of contents and index.