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Date:         Wed, 14 Sep 2005 07:52:45 -0700
Reply-To:     Victor Kogler <>
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From:         Victor Kogler <>
Subject:      Re: SPSS v. Access
Comments: To: "Laura Berry, Dr." <>
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Another use for Access is in the creation of data entry forms. Fairly complex error checking scripts can operate in the background ensuring that data values are appropriate at the variable and record levels. When your are finished, the Access data table can easily be imported into SPSS for analysis.

Victor Kogler

Laura Berry, Dr. wrote:

>Dear Group: > >I'm an SPSS user from way back and very happily use it to do almost >everything in my office except make the coffee. However, I know next to >nothing about Microsoft Access and database queries. Can you offer a >summary as to what type of projects and procedures Access (or other >database tools) might be useful for versus using SPSS? > >I'm asking because some of my new staff members are long-time Access >users but know nothing about SPSS. I want them to be trained to use the >best tools for the job, but don't know which tools are best, and when >they're best. > >Thanks, >Laura > >Laura Berry, Ed.D. >Director of Student Success & Institutional Research >North Arkansas College >(870)391-3280 > > > > >

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