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.
In this quick SPSS tutorial, we’ll look at how to calculate the Pearson correlation coefficient in SPSS, and how to interpret the result. Quick Steps Click on Analyze -> Correlate
In this quick tutorial, we’ll explain how to do a one sample t test (or single sample t test) in SPSS, and also how to interpret the result. Quick Steps