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Analysis Without Anguish with SPSS V20
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* A practical text intended as an introduction to IBM SPSS Statistics 20 and a guide for Windows users who wish to conduct analytical procedures. * Features extensive use of screen displays and a range of stepbystep working and practice examples. * Spiral bound to ensure ease of use at the computer.
This edition of SPSS: Analysis without Anguish continues the trend of previous editions in providing a practical text intended as an introduction to IBM SPSS Statistics 20 and a guide for Windows users who wish to conduct analytical procedures. IBM SPSS Statistics 20 is a sophisticated piece of software used by social scientists and related professionals for statistical analysis. Extensive use of screen displays and a range of stepbystep working and practice examples remain features of the workbook. SPSS: Analysis without Anguish Version 20.0 for Windows is suitable for a range of disciplines, including business, health, social sciences, environmental science and geography.
ISBN  111833776 
ISBN13  9781118337769 
Publisher  John Wiley & Sons Inc 
Format  Paperback 
Publication date  11/12/2012 
Pages  296 
Weight (grammes)  808 
Published in  United States 
Height (mm)  298 
Width (mm)  225 
Preface vi
SECTION 1
How to use SPSS 1
CHAPTER 1
Introduction to SPSS 3
Getting started 3
The SPSS environment 4
CHAPTER 2
Preparation of data files 27
Working example 27
Defining variables 27
CHAPTER 3
Data screening and
transformation 37
Working example 37
Errors in data entry 38
Assessing normality 39
Assessing normality by group 44
Variable transformation 44
Data transformation 50
CHAPTER 4
Descriptive statistics 58
Frequency distributions 58
Measures of central tendency and variability 58
Working example 58
The Descriptives command 62
CHAPTER 5
Correlation 64
Assumption testing 64
Working example 65
CHAPTER 6
ttests 69
Assumption testing 69
Working example 69
The onesample ttest 70
ttests with more than one sample 71
Repeatedmeasures ttest 72
The independentgroups ttest 73
CHAPTER 7
Oneway betweengroups
ANOVA with posthoc
comparisons 79
Assumption testing 79
Working example 80
CHAPTER 8
Oneway betweengroups
ANOVA with planned
comparisons 84
Assumption testing 85
Working example 85
CHAPTER 9
Twoway betweengroups
ANOVA 89
Assumption testing 89
Working example 90
CHAPTER 10
Oneway repeatedmeasures
ANOVA 97
Assumption testing 97
Working example 97
CHAPTER 11
Twoway repeatedmeasures
ANOVA 102
Assumption testing 102
Working example 102
CHAPTER 12
Trend analysis 107
Assumption testing 107
Working example 107
CHAPTER 13
Mixed/split plot design
(SPANOVA) 111
Assumption testing 111
Working example 111
CHAPTER 14
Oneway analysis of
covariance (ANCOVA) 117
Assumption testing 117
Working example 118
CHAPTER 15
Reliability analysis 124
Working example 124
CHAPTER 16
Factor analysis 128
Assumption testing 129
Working example 129
CHAPTER 17
Multiple regression 139
Assumption testing 140
Working example 140
CHAPTER 18
Multiple analysis of variance
(MANOVA) 151
Assumption testing 151
Working example 152
Data screening 153
CHAPTER 19
Nonparametric
techniques 161
Chisquare tests 161
Assumption testing 161
Working example ? chisquare test for goodness of fit 162
Working example ? chisquare test for relatedness or independence 166
Mann?Whitney U test (Wilcoxon rank sum W test) 170
Working example 170
Wilcoxon signedrank test 172
Working example 172
Kruskal?Wallis test 175
Working example 175
Friedman test 178
Working example 178
Spearman?s rankorder correlation 181
Working example 181
CHAPTER 20
Multiple response analysis and multiple dichotomy analysis 184
Multiple response analysis 184
Working example 185
Multiple dichotomy analysis 188
Working example 188
CHAPTER 21
Multidimensional scaling 193
Working example 193
CHAPTER 22
Working with output 201
Editing output in the SPSS Viewer 201
SECTION 2
Analysing data with IBM
SPSS 217
CHAPTER 23
Introduction and research
questions 219
Working example 219
CHAPTER 24
Practising analytical
techniques 251
Section 1: Short homework exercises 251
SECTION 3
Further practice 259
CHAPTER 25
Extra practice 261
Practice example 2: Preparation of data files 262
Practice example 3: Data screening and transformation 263
Practice example 4: Descriptive statistics 263
Practice example 5: Correlation 264
Practice example 6: ttests 264
Practice example 7: Oneway betweengroups
ANOVA with posthoc comparisons 264
Practice example 8: Oneway betweengroups
ANOVA with planned comparisons 265
Practice example 9: Twoway betweengroups
ANOVA 265
Practice example 10: Oneway repeatedmeasures
ANOVA 265
Practice example 11: Twoway repeatedmeasures
ANOVA 265
Practice example 12: Trend analysis 266
Practice example 13: Mixed/split plot design
(SPANOVA) 266
Practice example 14: Oneway analysis of
covariance (ANCOVA) 266
Practice example 15: Reliability analysis 267
Practice example 16: Factor analysis 267
Practice example 17: Regression 267
Practice example 18: MANOVA 268
Practice examples 19a?19g: Nonparametric tests 268
Appendix 271
Index 277