How to save 4 hours a day for analysis and repetitive tasks with SPSS syntax and programming
LATEST: The course is updated to Jan 2017.
=== This is the FIRST COURSE ever on Udemy of SPSS SYNTAX programming ===
Hi I am Doctor AnalytiX and I have spent many years on testing what really works in SPSS to get results in very short time, and now I want to share with you how to prepare data and how to automate tasks in a few simple steps.
I have trained hundreds of people in these years and explained how to use SPSS syntax programming in several live training sessions and now you have the chance to follow me lifetime.
This course will teach you how to use this 'behind the scene' language and other features for data management and manipulation, and for overall control of SPSS execution.
There will be an "in-depth" details about the Syntax language: useful and relevant examples and exercises that shows how Syntax can make your analysis more efficient, more transparent and more easy.
This awesome program includes:
Don't you think it possible to add percentage signs to your data? With SPSS syntax it will be very easy! Only a very limited number of people know this information. In only 3 hours you can learn how to automate repetitive tasks and how to perform additional options that are not available in the dialog(ue) boxes in SPSS. You can easily transform your analysis process in simple steps, record and reuse them whenever you need.
Is my course better than another? I don't think so, but what I have learned after 15 years of training and statistic projects is how to save 4 hours a day making analysis and repetitive data management tasks thanks to SPSS, by using simple syntax commands.
Creating a syntax script for SPSS automation is very easy, you don't need to know any special programming language or any complex tools, you just have to know SPSS.
Given the obvious advantages of using a graphic user interface, you can wonder why anyone could want to program by using the syntax. Actually, there may be many situations in which the use of the syntax is preferable or even essential. Here are some examples in which the syntax is preferable to the "point-and-click" method:
This course provides students with a greater understanding of a variety of programming techniques along with the procedure to use the most popular statistical software package, SPSS. The course will serve the students as a self-learning material of using SPSS for applying analysis and data management tasks, programmatically.
The course has been written to provide solutions to the students in different disciplines. The course is intended for everybody works on data analysis, statistics, strategic decision-making process or quantitative methods taught in management and other disciplines like psychology,economics, education, nursing, medical, or other behavioral and social sciences. This course is also useful for IBM SPSS certification exams..
Customer satisfaction is my main concern. Feel free to contact me for any questions, concerns or problems. We can work it out to make you feel satisfied with what you are getting. If things doesn't work out for you, we have a 30-day money back guarantee. I assure you that you won't regret this.
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