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Data Analysis

This guide includes useful resources for Social Science data analysis. It covers how to use different software for conducting quantitative and qualitative analyses.

SPSS

SPSS, (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences), is a data management and analysis product produced by SPSS, Inc., featuring modules for statistical data analysis, including descriptive statistics such as plots, frequencies, charts, and lists, as well as sophisticated inferential and multivariate statistical procedures like analysis of variance (ANOVA), factor analysis, cluster analysis, and categorical data analysis.

Brandeis students, faculty, and staff can download SPSS 21 and SPSS 22 from LTS' online software portal.

Books

Online Resources

The UCLA Academic Technology Services SPSS page offers very useful materials, exercise and links to web books on SPSS, among other resources.

John Samuel, Indiana University, Getting Started with SPSS for Windows covers a wide variety of statistical procedures using SPSS.

 To learn: SPSS syntax

Subject Guide

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