What is SPSS?
IBM SPSS Statistics is a powerful statistical software used by researchers and health professionals for statistical data analysis.
Benefits of Using IBM SPSS Statistics:
- User friendly menu-driven interface that offers simple to complex statistical solutions.
- Statistical software for non-statisticians and non-programmers.
- Performs highly complex data manipulations and analysis with simple instructions driven by menus.
- Compatible with data from Excel, online surveys, text files.
- Generates tabulated reports, charts & plots of distributions and trends.
- Generates descriptive statistics and inference statistics.
- Generates presentation ready outputs.
- Powerful for big data analysis.
- Can automate common tasks through menu driven syntax.
- Use extensions to Python and R programming language code to integrate with open-source software.
- SPSS Statistics is available for Windows and Mac operating systems.
Why train with us?
We will walk you through everything you’ll need for your research. Elizabeth Training provides a tailored and flexible consultancy service, as well as statistical education, and will provide you with an after training support.
You will receive help with your ethics application, research design, sample size calculation, power calculation, statistical analysis. You will to use the correct statistics, and also how to report your findings.
Elizabeth training will help you to develop and grow your publication profile. We will empower you to excel from whatever level you are currently at to whatever level of statistical knowledge and understanding you plan to reach.
Elizabeth Training is your solution, if you can relate to at least one of the following:
- Do you need training in IBM SPSS Statistics to be able to generate statistics yourself?
- Do you need advice on the appropriate study design?
- Do you need a statistician to work out the sample size needed and the power of your study?
- Not sure of the correct statistics to use to effectively analyse your data?
- Would you like a statistician’s opinion on your choice of statistics?
- Do you need the knowledge of statistical concepts to help you understand published statistics in health and medical journals?
If yes, then please get in touch.
NOTE: due to COVID-19, all training is provided online.