By Dr. Eric L. Einspruch
An Introductory consultant to SPSS® for Windows®, moment variation develops SPSS talents utilizing pattern courses illustrating tips on how to behavior the analyses in general lined in an introductory records path. through the e-book, information are analyzed and SPSS output are interpreted within the context of analysis questions. Boldface textual content is used to point operations or offerings the reader might want to make whilst operating SPSS. workouts also are incorporated, with ideas supplied within the appendix. This moment variation has been up to date to SPSS model 12.0, and contains new SPSS positive factors, together with the best way to recode information utilizing the visible Bander and the way to learn textual content info utilizing the textual content Import Wizard.
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13. Select Bar Chart as the chart type and Percentages as the chart values. Then click the Continue button to return to the previous dialog box. Finally, click the OK button to run the analysis. SPSS first creates the frequency distribution and then draws the chart. You can see the chart by clicking on “Bar Chart” in the outline on the left-hand side of the Viewer window. 14 (depending on how your Preferences are set). 14 Chart Drawn With Default Specifications Double-click the chart to enter the “Chart Editor” window.
In short, make it easy on yourself and others by using variable and value labels. Go ahead and save the output. From the File pull-down menu, select Save. spo” (since this is the output from the first analysis of the Wintergreen data), and click the Save button. Notice that you can use standard Windows procedures to select the drive or directory in which to save the file (readers unfamiliar with Windows procedures will benefit from a review of any book in which they are covered). If you wish to switch between the Data Editor window and the Viewer window, you may do so by choosing from the open windows, which are listed in the Window pull-down menu.
Otherwise, the items would not have a common direction, and it would not make sense to add them to get a summative score. In all three of these cases, the task is accomplished by recoding the data. From the Transform pull-down menu, select Recode. You now have to choose whether to recode the data Into Same Variables . . or Into Different Variables . . If you choose the former, your original data will be converted into the recoded data and you will no longer be able to conduct analyses on the original data.
An Introductory Guide to SPSS® for Windows, Second Edition by Dr. Eric L. Einspruch