Thursday, 23rd July 2015Time: 9:30AM - 12:30PM
Location: Rm 151, Computer Lab 1, Central Library
Monday, 14th September 2015Time: 1:30PM - 4:30PM
Location: Rm 104, Social Sciences North Building (Computer Training Suite)
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IBM SPSS - Intermediate: Understanding Your Data (Descriptive Statistics, Graphs and Custom Tables)
This more advanced course builds on the skills taught in the introductory courses, to include techniques for Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) with a focus on appropriate summarising of the data and presenting it in tables and graphs. Although this course is aimed to be practically orientated with extensive use of the IBM SPSS statistical package, theoretical considerations related to covered topics are addressed.
This course is under great demand. If your circumstances change and you cannot attend, please cancel your enrolment as quickly as possible.
Type of course
Hands-on computer course
Who should attend
Staff and Research Higher Degree Students
What you will learn
- Summarising categorical and continuous data
- Working with 'Custom Tables' Module
- Using graphs to describe and explore the data
- Assessing normality and outliers
- Dealing with missing data
- Use of syntax
Prerequisites / assumed knowledge
Preferably participants should attend Introduction to SPSS and Introduction to Statistical Analysis (or have an understanding of concepts/skills covered in those two introductory courses) before enrolling in this workshop.