Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 15:51:09 -0600
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From: Jim Moffitt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Current college student-New user
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The best book you can buy is the appropriately titled Discovering Statistics Using SPSS for Windows by Andy Field, Sage Publications, 2000. It is fabulous and will walk you through the fundamaentals of both descriptive and basic multivariate statistics, how to use SPSS, and how analyze SPSS output step by step and line by line. It's available from Amazon and many other online booksellers.
Also, take a look at the SPSS tutorials created by the Stats Dept. at Texas A & M University. They are terrific. Here's the link:
I admire your pluck to be a returning "non-traditional student." Don't be frightened by the subject but don't hesitate to ask your professor for help in clarifying any concept that you find difficult to grasp. Good luck.
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Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 3:56 AM
Subject: Current college student-New user
Hello, I would like some advice as I have a class in
college teaching SPSS. I haven't taken statistics for
over 13 years. Am I going to be able to do this? It is
a required course before I move on to higher business
classes. I am a returning" non Traditional" student
and I am scared silly. Any advice would be great.
Thanks so much! Karen Ticks WI, USA
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