This is a very comprehensive tutorial which assumes no prior knowledge of SPSS.
About 40 Quick Time movies are used to cover most SPSS topics. A fast internet connection
is recommended.
This site contains many topics such as ANOVA, ANCOVA, Cluster
Analysis, Correlation, Correspondence Analysis, Logistic Regression, Logit, Probit
models, etc. with SPSS related examples. Each topic includes a description of Key
Concepts and Terms, Assumptions, FAQ and Bibliography.
SPSS Course Content by Lee A.
Becker, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Very detailed and well done. Covers:
Data Definition,
Descriptive Statistics,
Statistical notes on Scales of measurement and Confidence Intervals
Data and File transformations
Crosstabulations and Measure of Associations
Differences between two groups (t-test and NPAR test)
ANOVA: between Subjects (1-way, 2-way, 3-way, SME and unequal ns)
ANOVA: Repeated Measures (1-way, 1-way and 1-between, 2-way and 1-between
Has pages on Using data, Data cleaning, One-way, Two-way and Multi-way Analysis,
Sub modules, Assess your understanding, Kenya Real World Analysis. Each section has "test
yourself" exercises.
Models for Binary Outcomes
An extensive document by Choong-Geun Chung, Indiana University (available in HTML, pdf or
web-based tutorial form) covering the following:
Logistic Regression with SPSS Probit Regression with SPSS Multinominal Logit Regression (GENLOG procedure) Conditional Logistic Regression (COXREG procedure)
Exploratory Factor
Analysis A 500 page downloadable book manuscript by Ledyard Tucker (U. of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign) and Robert MacCallum (University of North Carolina)
Logistic regression and
discriminant analysis By Stephen Lea, University of Exeter, Dept. of Psychology. This
covers the theory, practice, interpretation and reporting of logistic regression results.
Correspondance Analysis By
François-Xavier Micheloud, Pully. The document is available in English and in French. Ce
document est disponible en anglais et en français.
SPSS
Paper Examples by the UCLA. This page contains data files and SPSS syntax to
reproduced the analysis done in the paper "Using SAS Proc Mixed to Fit
Multilevel Models, Hierarchical Models, and Individual Growth Models by Judith
Singer. The original paper is available for download.
Meta-analysis
stuff by David B. Wilson, George Mason University, this page contains a
powerpoint presentation, SPSS macros and sample SPSS outputs.
Weighting
(rev. 12 March 2007) by Hector Maletta,
Universidad del Salvador (Thanks Hector!)
This paper deals with weighting, its function in statistical analysis and its
use in SPSS. Here is the Russian
version of Hector's paper translated by Anton Balabanov, the editor of the www.spsstools.ru
.
Abstract. Regression
equations that predict important forest variables (total tree height, breast
height diameter, form factor, form height, total volume, tree diameter at any
height) are very useful in forest biometry applications. In this paper, we
attempt to collect several equations for the prediction of the variables
mentioned above and write seven programs for the SPSS statistical package
(version 7.0 or later), so researchers could easily run them and select the best
models for the region and the tree specie of their interest. Download the Related
syntax data file and output
files.