SPSS Video Tutorials - Upgrade to View Full Tutorials

This is a series of 34 step-by-step tutorials of the most common statistical procedures used in SPSS. You will learn how to perform, interpret, and report your results using the reporting guidelines of the American Psychological Association (APA).

These tutorials are for those who are new to SPSS, those who need to refresh their knowledge of SPSS, all the way up to those who are skilled in statistics and just want to know how to run procedures using SPSS.

If you have any questions, please contact Jacob Mays at the SPSS help desk at [email protected], or just leave a comment/message in the comment section below the videos.

What you'll get:

1a: Introduction to SPSS
1b: Introduction to SPSS Syntax
2a: Input Data Manually
2b: Importing a Text File
2c: Importing an Excel File
3a: Recode and Compute Variables
3b: Converting String Variables to Numeric Variables
3c: Computing Z Scores
4a: Descriptive Statistics
5a: Histograms
5b: Scatterplots
5c: Boxplots
5d: Bar Charts
6a: One Sample T-Test (APA)
6b: Independent Samples T-Test (APA)
6c: Dependent (Paired) Samples T-Test (APA)
6d: One-way ANOVA (APA)
6e: Two-way (Factorial) ANOVA
6f: Repeated Measures ANOVA
6g: Mixed Design ANOVA
7a: Bivariate Correlation (APA)
7b: Partial Correlation
7c: Multiple Regression (APA)
7d: Logistic Regression (APA)
7e: Reliability Analysis (Split-Half Test & Chronbach's Alpha (APA)
8a: Chi-square Test for Goodness of Fit
8b: Chi-square Test for Independence
8c: Mann-Whitney Test & Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test
8d: Kruskall Wallis Test
8e: Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test
8f: Spearman Rank Order Correlation
8g: Friedman's ANOVA


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