Statistical Support: Further Resources

Providing statistical assistance for undergraduates and graduate students with their data set.

SPSS Resources

 T. Benny Rushing MathematicsTutoring Center (adjacent to the LCB and JWB.)

http://www.math.utah.edu/ugrad/tutoring.html

 

SPSS Statistics for Students: The Basics

http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/sscc/pubs/spss_students1.htm

 

ASUU Tutoring Center

http://tutoringcenter.utah.edu//

DATA & STATISTICAL SERVICES

http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/spss/output/descriptives.htm

Using SPSS Help

The basic SPSS package comes with a phenomenal set of documentation accessible through it's "Help" menu. This includes:

  • The usual, encyclopedic set of searchable help topics that explain the basic functions of each part of the menu.
  • A set of tutorials that work through SPSS functions step-by-step.
  • A set of Case Studies that provide examples of SPSS applications to real data analysis cases.
  • A "Statistics Coach" that gives the user some guidance toward using statistical tests based on the characteristics of her data.
  • A Command Syntax reference.
  • A mathematical reference called "Algorithms" that give details about the implementation of statistical functions in SPSS.

Other Statistical Software Resources

ECONOMETRICS TOPICS TO KNOW AND HELPFUL R CODE

Econometrics Notes & R Code (UCSC Econ113)

Curtis Kephart

http://www.cazaar.com/ta/econ113

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Getting Started in Data Analysis

The Online Training Section at DSS

http://dss.princeton.edu/training/

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 Welcome to the Descriptive Statistics Online Training page at DSS

http://www.princeton.edu/~otorres/Excel/

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 Data Preparation & Descriptive Statistics

http://www.princeton.edu/~otorres/DataPrep101.pdf

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Introduction to Data Analysis Using STATA

http://www.wider.unu.edu/events/research-presentations/seminars/en_GB/29-05-2012/_files/87744649860087839/default/2012-05-29-data%20analysis%20using%20Stata.pdf.

Attribution

I want to thank University of Utah Professor, Lisa Gren, PhD, MSPH from the Family & Preventive Medicine department, for allowing me to modify and display handouts from her FP MD 6100-090 - Biostatistics I).

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