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.

### How to Move Columns in SPSS

This quick tutorial will show you how to reorder columns in the SPSS Data View. The Problem In a previous tutorial, we created a new variable to hold a set

### Create ID Number in SPSS

This quick tutorial will show you how to create a unique identifier for each case – i.e., each person, experimental subject, etc – within a data set in SPSS. The

### Paired Sample T Test in SPSS

This quick tutorial is designed to show how to do a paired samples t test in SPSS and how to interpret the result. A paired samples t test will sometimes

### Independent Samples T Test in SPSS

This quick tutorial will show you how to do an independent samples t test in SPSS and how to interpret the result. The Data The standard way to organize your

### How To Do Fisher Exact Test in SPSS

This quick tutorial will show you how to do Fisher’s exact test in SPSS. This test tends to be used when sample sizes are small, and you want to test

### How to Calculate Skewness and Kurtosis in SPSS

This quick tutorial will show you how to calculate the skewness and kurtosis of a distribution in the SPSS statistics package. The Data As is the norm with these quick

### How to Calculate Percentiles in SPSS

This quick tutorial will show you how to calculate percentiles in SPSS using the default HAVERAGE method. The Data A percentile is the value in a data distribution below which

### Calculate and Interpret Chi Square in SPSS

This quick tutorial will show you how to calculate the chi square statistic in SPSS and also how to interpret the result of the calculation. The Data As usual with

### How to Make a Histogram in SPSS

This tutorial will show you the quickest method to create a histogram in the SPSS statistical package. The Data As per usual with these quick tutorials, the starting assumption is