SPSS Learning Modules
By Department of Sociology
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The SPSS Video Tutorial provides an introduction to SPSS and information on a variety of functions commonly used in the software. The modules were developed by staff and students in the Department of Sociology.
|1||CleanVideoSPSS 9 - More Independent variables||A regression model can accommodate one continuous dependent variable (outcome variable) and more than one continuous (and/or dummy) independent variables. In this video clip, we show how to use SPSS to estimate regression models with two continuous inde||4/10/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoSPSS 8 - Simple regression models||Simple regression is a technique to investigate linear causal relationship between one continuous dependent variable (outcome variable) and one continuous independent variable (reason). This video clip show how to use SPSS to estimate simple regression||4/10/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoSPSS 7 - Crosstabulation||Crosstabulation is commonly used in social sciences to investigate relationship between two discrete variables. This video clip shows how to use SPSS to perform Chi-square test for independence and to calculate measures of associations.||4/10/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoSPSS 6 - ANOVA||ANOVA is a technique to compare more than two population means. This video clip shows students how to use SPSS to do ANOVA and identify group(s) with different mean values with numbers and graph.||4/10/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoSPSS 5B - Compare two population means||In this video clip, we show students how to use SPSS to compare two population means. Instructions in this video clip will lead students to draw conclusions about population mean difference step by step with Two-sample T-test procedure. This is a repla||4/7/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||CleanVideoSPSS 5A - Sample T-Test||In this video clip, we introduce students how to use SPSS to make a one sample t-test. Following instructions in this video, students will be able to test whether a population mean is equal to a given number. This is a replacement of previous video cli||4/7/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||CleanVideoSPSS 4 - Recode and Split File||This is the 4th video clip of SPSS Video Clip project. In this video clip, we cover two data manipulation skills: recode and split file. Students will learn how to use "recode" to change original coding scheme and how to use 'split file' to comp||2/20/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||CleanVideoSPSS 3 - Frequencies||In this video clip, we introduce students how to use SPSS Frequencies to generate statistics for central tendencies and to draw frequency tables. In this clip, students will also learn some basic skills to define missing values. We will continue our dis||1/29/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|9||CleanVideoSPSS 2 - Variable View||This is the second video clip for the SPSS Video Project. It contains introductions to "Variable View" of SPSS 16.0||1/22/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|10||CleanVideoSPSS 1 - Introduction||This is the first video clip for the SPSS Video Project. It is a brief introduction to SPSS for the first LAB session of SOC 3811 Basic Social Statistics.||1/22/2009||Free||View in iTunes|