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SPSS Data Analysis

  • Course level: Intermediate
  • Categories Masterclass
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update September 15, 2020

Description

SPSS is a widely used program for statistical analysis. It is also used by market researchers, health researchers, survey companies, government, education researchers, marketing organizations, data miners and others. This course focuses more on the practical experience of the management and analysis of quantitative data.

Course at a Glance

Duration – 2 Weeks

Course Fee – NGN15,300

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Requirements
  • You will need a Laptop
  • No previous web design experience is needed.
  • No previous WordPress skills are needed.
  • Graduation Benefits
  • Industry recognition anywhere in the world.
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  • Earn by working with the knowledge acquired from this course
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  • What Will I Learn?

    • be comfortable using SPSS as a data analysis tool
    • understand the different level of measure: scale ordinal and nominal
    • understand how to work with SPSS
    • understand the measure of central tendency: means, median and mode
    • understand how to acquire information (samples)
    • understand the use of univariate analysis
    • understand how to enter and reorganize information within SPSS
    • understand how to effectively summarize research finds using SPSS
    • be able to choose charts to successfully highlight their research results
    • be able to understand and interpret charts
    • understand the basic principles behind inferential statistics
    • be able to carry out inferential statistical analysis using SPSS
    • be able to integrate information and build models
    • be able to edit and use SPSS output to produce scientifically sound research reports

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