Get marketable and highly sought after skills in this course that will increase your knowledge of data analytics, with a focus on descriptive statistics, an important tool for understanding trends in data and making important business decisions.
Enroll now to join the more than 2000 students and get instant access to all course content!
Whether a student or professional in the field, learn the important basics of both descriptive statistics and IBM SPSS so that you can perform data analyses and start using descriptive statistics effectively.
By monitoring and analyzing data correctly, you can make the best decisions to excel in your work as well as increase profits and outperform your competition.
This beginner's course offers easy to understand step-by-step instructions on how to make the most of IBM SPSS for data analysis.
Make Better Business Decisions with SPSS Data Analysis
Create, Copy, and Apply Value Labels
Insert, Move, Modify, Sort, and Delete Variables
Create Charts and Graphs
Measure Central Tendency, Variability, z-Scores, Normal Distribution, and Correlation
Interpret and Use Data Easily and Effectively with IBM SPSS
IBM SPSS is a software program designed for analyzing data. You can use it to perform every aspect of the analytical process, including planning, data collection, analysis, reporting, and deployment.
This introductory course will show you how to use SPSS to run analyses, enter and code values, and interpret data correctly so you can make valid predictions about what strategies will make your organization successful.
Contents and Overview
This course begins with an introduction to IBM SPSS. It covers all of the basics so that even beginners will feel at ease and quickly progress. You'll tackle creating value labels, manipulating variables, modifying default options, and more.
Once ready, you'll move on to learn how to create charts and graphs, such as histograms, stem and leaf plots, and more. You'll be able to clearly organize and read data that you've collected.
Then you'll master central tendency, which includes finding the mean, median, and mode. You'll also learn how to measure the standard deviation and variance, as well as how to find the z-score.
The course ends with introductory statistics video lectures that dive deeper into graphs, central tendency, normal distribution, variability, and z-scores.
Upon completion of this course, you'll be ready to apply what you've learned to excel in your statistics classes and make smarter business decisions. You'll be able to use the many features in SPSS to gather and interpret data more effectively, as well as plan strategies that will yield the best results as well as the highest profit margins.