SPSS Two Way ANOVA – Basics Tutorial

SPSS two way ANOVA the right way in 5 simple steps.
Easy tutorial in clear language with downloadable data file, enhanced screenshots and annotated output. Read More

SPSS – One Way ANOVA with Post Hoc Tests Example

The most common post hoc test in SPSS ANOVA is Tukey’s HSD. It compares each possible pair of means, thus identifying exactly which means differ. Read More

Stepwise Regression in SPSS – Example

SPSS stepwise regression example. Easy-to-follow explanation of what and why with downloadable data file and annotated output. Read More

Linear Regression in SPSS – A Simple Example

Regression analysis in SPSS explained in normal language. This tutorial shows how to run a basic but solid multiple regression analysis in SPSS on a downloadable data file. Read More

SPSS VARSTOCASES With Labels Tool

Simple, menu based tool for running SPSS VARSTOCASES while retaining variable labels of input variables. Handy for creating nice charts and tables. Read More

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SPSS Two Way ANOVA – Basics Tutorial

Run your SPSS two way ANOVA the right way in 5 simple steps. With downloadable data file, enhanced screenshots and annotated output. Read More

SPSS – One Way ANOVA with Post Hoc Tests Example

A common post hoc test in SPSS ANOVA is Tukey’s HSD procedure. It basically compares all mean scores to all other mean scores. This tutorial guides you through the entire analysis. Read More

Stepwise Regression in SPSS – Example

SPSS stepwise regression example. Easy-to-follow explanation of what and why with downloadable data file and annotated output. Read More

Linear Regression in SPSS – A Simple Example

Regression analysis in SPSS explained in normal language. This tutorial shows how to run a basic but solid multiple regression analysis in SPSS on a downloadable data file. Read More

SPSS VARSTOCASES With Labels Tool

Simple, menu based tool for running SPSS VARSTOCASES while retaining variable labels of input variables. Comes in very handy for creating nice charts and tables. Read More