SPSS, or Statistical Package for the Social Sciences, is a statistical software tool where users can process data using various statistical operations. SPSS offers easy to navigate, straightforward, pre-programmed functions, which do statistical operations in few clicks.

It can do descriptive statistics, significance testing, correlations, regressions, crosstabs, factor analysis, cluster analysis, forecasting, among other operations.

Note: Ask your respective colleges/units if you have an access in SPSS

Relevant Comprehensive Tutorials for SPSS

SPSS: https://www.spss-tutorials.com/basics/

    • SPSS. (n.d.). SPSS Beginners Tutorial. Retrieved from SPSS Tutorials: https://www.spss-tutorials.com/basics/

UCLA: https://stats.oarc.ucla.edu/spss

    • UCLA. (n.d.). SPSS:. Retrieved from Statistical Methods and Data Analysis: https://stats.oarc.ucla.edu/spss

Leard Statistics: https://statistics.laerd.com/

    • Lund, A., & Lund, M. (n.d.). Leard. Retrieved from Leard Statistics: https://statistics.laerd.com/
    • Note: It is easier to search by using a browser with keywords (Statistical Operations+Leard)

Academic Lesson. (2019, August 5). SPSS Tutorial for data analysis | SPSS for Beginners. Retrieved from Academic Lesson YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bku1p481z80