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Title:02 Descriptive Statistics and Frequencies in SPSS – SPSS for Beginners

2021 NEW SERIES for SPSS 27: Having learned how to create a variable, you are ready to begin entering data. Dr. Daniel begins with descriptive statistics (numbers that describe our data) and shows you how to do some basic data cleaning and data exploration with the Frequencies command in SPSS. The frequencies output will be useful later for creating a frequency table. We will use the same dataset that we created in the first video for the remaining videos. For more training about how to use SPSS, please check out these videos. How to Create Frequencies using SPSS: How To Format a Frequency Table in APA Style using SPSS & Excel: Formatting Tips for Frequency Tables with SPSS, Excel, & Word: Computing Central Tendency in SPSS: Computing Variability with SPSS – Standard Deviation, Variance, & Range: This video uses a dataset we create in the first video of the series and SPSS version 24 Link to a Google Drive folder with all of the files that I use in the videos including spreadsheets, and the Bear Handout. As I add new files, they will appear here, as well. To download, hover your cursor over the file icon and a blue download icon will appear. You do not need to request access to a file. Permissions: Statistics instructors, you are granted permission to link to this video and all videos on this channel for teaching introductory statistics. If you use them, I would love to hear about where they are being used so I can document for professional service. – Dr. Daniel


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