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All Blog Posts Tagged 'SPSS' (6)

SPSS is not dead

This blog was published recently showing that the use of R continues to grow in academia. One of the graphs (Figure 1) showed citations (using google scholar) of different statistical packages in academic papers (to which I have added annotations).…


Added by Professor Andy Field on April 14, 2012 at 9:47 — 5 Comments

An interview with Mark Abrams (1906-1994)


Readers  may be interested in a new  page on my website dedicated to the late…


Added by John F Hall on April 4, 2012 at 17:42 — No Comments

Factor Analysis for Likert/Ordinal/Non-normal Data

My friend Jeremy Miles sent me this article by Basto and Periera (2012) this morning with the subject line ‘this is kind of cool’. Last time I saw Jeremy, my wife and I gatecrashed his house in LA for 10 days to discuss writing the R book that’s about to come out. During that stay we talked about lots of things, none of which had anything to do with statistics, or R for that matter. It’s strange then…


Added by Professor Andy Field on January 31, 2012 at 21:42 — 3 Comments

Discovering Statistics Using SPSS 4

This will be brief because, you know, it's nearly Christmas and for those of us that use this as an excuse to eat too many sweets and drink too much beer and wine, it's not a time for statistics. However, after Christmas will very much be a time for statistics in the Field household (my wife can't wait ....) because the other day I opened the bar of chocolate with the golden ticket to statistics hell and back contained within. Yes, that's right, it's time to write the fourth edition of the…


Added by Professor Andy Field on December 19, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments

Analyzing Differential Carryover Effects

Hey There,

I am a graduate student, currently working on my Master’s thesis. I am attempting to analyze differential carryover effects for a within-subjects design. I have three conditions, counterbalanced of course, and I would like to see how early exposure to one or two conditions affects the other(s). If anyone knows of anything to point me in the correct direction on

how to set up and analyze this in SPSS, or any other statistical programs, I…


Added by Michael Crites on October 27, 2011 at 21:42 — No Comments

Statistics Resources for Social and Behavioural Sciences: SPSS, R, Maths, and Writing

I have a blog on psychology and statistics that I thought might interest readers on this site. The following provides an overview of research methods related content on the blog with links to individual articles.…

Added by Jeromy Anglim on March 23, 2010 at 4:30 — 1 Comment

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