These quick SPSS tutorials are designed to get you the result you need as fast as possible.
They work on the assumption that you have already added data into SPSS, and what you need to know is how to perform a specific calculation and to interpret the result.
If you require a more in-depth understanding, then you should check out our detailed tutorials.
After you have run analyses or created charts and tables in SPSS, you may wish to export this information for use in another application. In this tutorial, we show you … Read more
In this tutorial we show you how to report a Pearson correlation coefficient performed in SPSS in APA style. For additional information about formatting your reports, please refer to the … Read more
This tutorial shows you how to create APA style charts in SPSS. Charts are referred to as “figures” in the APA Style guidelines and include bar charts, pie charts, line … Read more
In this tutorial, we show you how to report a Chi Square Test of Independence performed in SPSS in APA style. For additional information about formatting your reports in APA … Read more
Sorting data in SPSS involves reordering the records or cases (rows) in your data set based on the values for one or more of the variables (fields or columns) in … Read more
Scatter plots allow us to visualize the relationship between two numeric variables. This quick tutorial will show you the easiest method to create a simple scatter plot in SPSS. Quick … Read more
This tutorial will show you how to calculate and interpret z scores in the SPSS statistical package. Z scores are variables that have been standardized such that they have a … Read more
This tutorial will show you how to create a stem and leaf plot in the SPSS statistical package. Quick Steps Click Analyze -> Descriptive Statistics -> Explore Click “Reset” (recommended) … Read more
This tutorial will show you the quickest method to create a stacked bar chart to visualize the relationship between two variables in the SPSS statistical package. Quick Steps Click Graphs … Read more