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0130203904
ISBN-13:
9780130203908
Pub. Date:
08/01/1999
Publisher:
Pearson
SPSS Base 9.0 User's Guide / Edition 1

SPSS Base 9.0 User's Guide / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780130203908
Publisher: Pearson
Publication date: 08/01/1999

Table of Contents

Overview
1(16)
What's New in SPSS 9.0?
2(1)
Windows
3(2)
Designated versus Active Window
5(1)
Menus
5(1)
Toolbars
6(2)
Status Bar
8(1)
Dialog Boxes
8(6)
Variable Names and Variable Labels in Dialog Box Lists
9(1)
Dialog Box Pushbuttons
10(1)
Subdialog Boxes
11(1)
Selecting Variables
11(3)
Basic Steps in Data Analysis
14(1)
Statistics Coach
15(1)
Finding Out More about SPSS
15(2)
Getting Help
17(40)
Copying Help Text
24(1)
Data Files
25(1)
Opening a Data File
25(4)
Data File Types
26(1)
Opening File Options
26(1)
How the Data Editor Reads Spreadsheet Data
27(1)
How the Data Editor Reads dBASE Files
28(1)
How the Data Editor Reads Tab-Delimited Files
28(1)
Reading Database Files with ODBC
29(14)
Select a Data Source
30(2)
Database Login
32(1)
Select Data Fields
32(7)
Creating a Parameter Query
39(1)
Defining Variables
40(1)
Results
41(1)
To Read Excel Files with ODBC
42(1)
Reading Text Data Files
43(10)
To Read Text Data Files
43(1)
Text Wizard Step 1
44(1)
Text Wizard Step 2
45(1)
Text Wizard Step 3: Delimited Files
46(2)
Text Wizard Step 3: Fixed-Width Files
48(5)
File Information
53(1)
Saving Data Files
54(3)
Saving File Options
56(1)
Data Editor
57(22)
Define Variable
58(7)
Variable Names
60(1)
Define Variable: Measurement
60(2)
Define Variable Type
62(1)
Define Labels
63(1)
Define Missing Values
64(1)
Define Column Format
65(1)
Templates
65(3)
Entering Data
68(3)
Data Value Restrictions
70(1)
Editing Data
71(4)
Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Data Values
71(2)
Inserting New Cases
73(1)
Inserting New Variables
73(1)
Moving Variables
74(1)
Changing Data Type
74(1)
Go to Case
75(1)
Search for Data
75(1)
Case Selection Status in the Data Editor
76(1)
Data Editor Display Options
77(1)
Data Editor Printing
78(1)
Data Transformations
79(24)
Compute Variable
79(3)
Compute Variable: If Cases
81(1)
Compute Variable: Type and Label
82(1)
Functions
82(1)
Missing Values in Functions
83(1)
Random Number Seed
83(1)
Count Occurrences of Values within Cases
84(2)
Count Values within Cases: Values to Count
85(1)
Recoding Values
86(5)
Recode into Same Variables
86(2)
Recode into Different Variables
88(3)
Rank Cases
91(2)
Rank Cases: Types
92(1)
Rank Cases: Ties
93(1)
Categorize Variables
93(1)
Automatic Recode
94(2)
Time Series Data Transformations
96(7)
Define Dates
96(2)
Create Time Series
98(2)
Replace Missing Values
100(3)
File Handling and File Transformations
103(20)
Sort Cases
104(1)
Transpose
105(1)
Merging Data Files
105(6)
Add Cases
106(3)
Add Variables
109(2)
Apply Dictionary
111(1)
Applying a Dictionary to Weighted Data Files
112(1)
Aggregate Data
112(4)
Aggregate Data: Aggregate Function
114(1)
Aggregate Data: Variable Name and Label
115(1)
Split File
116(1)
Select Cases
117(4)
Select Cases: If
118(1)
Select Cases: Random Sample
119(1)
Select Cases: Range
120(1)
Weight Cases
121(2)
Working with Output
123(30)
Viewer
123(9)
Draft Viewer
124(1)
Showing and Hiding Results
125(1)
Moving, Copying, and Deleting Results
126(1)
Changing Alignment
127(1)
Viewer Outline
128(4)
Using Results in Other Applications
132(3)
To Embed Pivot Tables and Interactive Charts
in Another Application
133(1)
To Paste a Table or Chart as a Picture
134(1)
To Paste a PivotTable as a Table
134(1)
Pasting Objects into the Viewer
135(2)
Export Output
137(6)
To Export Output
138(5)
Printing Viewer Documents
143(6)
Print Preview
144(2)
Page Setup
146(3)
Saving Results
149(1)
Save with Password
150(1)
Mailing Viewer Documents
150(3)
Draft Viewer
153(10)
Draft Viewer Output
153(2)
To Create Draft Output
154(1)
Controlling Draft Output Format
155(5)
Font Attributes
160(1)
To Change Font Attributes for Draft Output
160(1)
Printing Draft Output
160(2)
Print Preview
161(1)
To View a Print Preview for Draft Output
161(1)
Saving Draft Viewer Output
162(1)
Saving Draft Output as Text
162(1)
Pivot Tables
163(32)
Manipulating a Pivot Table
163(5)
Working with Layers
168(3)
Bookmarks
171(1)
Showing and Hiding Cells
172(2)
Editing Results
174(18)
Changing the Appearance of Tables
174(2)
Table Properties
176(7)
Font
183(1)
Set Data Cell Widths
184(1)
Cell Properties
185(4)
Footnote Marker
189(1)
Selecting Rows and Columns in Pivot Tables
190(1)
Modifying Pivot Table Results
191(1)
Printing Pivot Tables
192(3)
Controlling Table Breaks for Wide and Long Tables
193(2)
Working with Command Syntax
195(8)
Command Syntax Rules
195(2)
Creating Command Syntax from Dialog Boxes
197(1)
To Paste Command Syntax from a Dialog Box
197(1)
Using Syntax from the Output Log
198(1)
Using Syntax from the Journal File
199(2)
To Run Command Syntax
201(2)
Frequencies
203(6)
Sample Output
204(1)
To Obtain Frequencies and Statistics
205(4)
Frequencies Statistics
206(1)
Frequencies Charts
207(1)
Frequencies Format
208(1)
Descriptives
209(4)
Sample Output
210(1)
To Obtain Descriptive Statistics
210(3)
Descriptives Options
211(2)
Explore
213(8)
Sample Output
214(1)
To Explore Your Data
215(6)
Explore Statistics
216(1)
Explore Plots
217(1)
Explore Options
218(3)
Crosstabs
221(6)
Sample Output
222(1)
To Obtain Crosstabulations
222(5)
Crosstabs Layers
223(1)
Crosstabs Clustered Bar Charts
224(1)
Crosstabs Statistics
224(2)
Crosstabs Cell Display
226(1)
Crosstabs Table Format
226(1)
Summarize
227(4)
Sample Output
228(1)
To Obtain Case Summaries
228(3)
Summarize Options
229(1)
Summarize Statistics
230(1)
Means
231(4)
Sample Output
232(1)
To Obtain Means
233(2)
Means Options
234(1)
OLAP Cubes
235(6)
Sample Output
236(1)
To Obtain OLAP Cubes
237(1)
OLAP Cubes Statistics
238(1)
OLAP Cubes Title
239(2)
T Tests
241(12)
Independent-Samples T Test
241(1)
Sample Output
242(1)
To Obtain an Independent-Samples T Test
243(2)
Independent-Samples T Test Define Groups
244(1)
Independent-Samples T Test Options
245(1)
Paired-Samples T Test
245(1)
Sample Output
246(1)
To Obtain a Paired-Samples T Test
247(1)
Paired-Samples T Test Options
248(1)
One-Sample T Test
248(1)
Sample Output
249(1)
To Obtain a One-Sample T Test
250(3)
One-Sample T Test Options
250(3)
One-Way Analysis of Variance
253(6)
Sample Output
254(1)
To Obtain a One-Way Analysis of Variance
255(4)
One-Way ANOVA Contrasts
256(1)
One-Way ANOVA Post Hoc Tests
257(1)
One-Way ANOVA Options
258(1)
GLM Univariate Analysis
259(16)
Sample Output
261(1)
To Obtain a GLM Univariate Analysis
262(13)
GLM Univariate Model
263(2)
GLM Univariate Contrasts
265(2)
GLM Univariate Profile Plots
267(1)
GLM Univariate Post Hoc Multiple Comparisons for Observed Means
268(3)
GLM Univariate Save
271(1)
GLM Univariate Options
272(1)
UNIANOVA Command Additional Features
273(2)
Bivariate Correlations
275(6)
Sample Output
276(1)
To Obtain Bivariate Correlations
277(4)
Bivariate Correlations Options
278(1)
CORRELATIONS and NONPAR CORR Command
Additional Features
278(3)
Partial Correlations
281(4)
Sample Output
282(1)
To Obtain Partial Correlations
283(2)
Partial Correlations Options
284(1)
Distances
285(4)
To Obtain a Distance Matrix
286(1)
Distances Dissimilarity Measures
287(1)
Distances Similarity Measures
288(1)
Linear Regression
289(10)
Sample Output
290(2)
To Obtain a Linear Regression Analysis
292(7)
Linear Regression Variable Selection Methods
293(1)
Linear Regression Set Rule
294(1)
Linear Regression Plots
294(1)
Linear Regression Save
295(1)
Linear Regression Statistics
296(1)
Linear Regression Options
297(2)
Curve Estimation
299(6)
Sample Output
300(1)
To Obtain a Curve Estimation
301(4)
Curve Estimation Models
302(1)
Curve Estimation Save
303(2)
Discriminant Analysis
305(8)
Sample Output
306(1)
To Obtain a Discriminant Analysis
307(6)
Discriminant Analysis Define Range
308(1)
Discriminant Analysis Select Cases
308(1)
Discriminant Analysis Statistics
309(1)
Discriminant Analysis Stepwise Method
309(1)
Discriminant Analysis Classify
310(1)
Discriminant Analysis Save
311(2)
Factor Analysis
313(12)
Sample Output
315(3)
To Obtain a Factor Analysis
318(2)
Factor Analysis Select Cases
318(1)
Factor Analysis Descriptives
319(1)
To Specify Descriptive Statistics and Correlation Coefficients
320(1)
Factor Analysis Extraction
320(1)
To Specify Extraction Options
321(1)
Factor Analysis Rotation
321(1)
To Specify Rotation Options
322(1)
Factor Analysis Scores
322(1)
To Specify Factor Score Options
323(1)
Factor Analysis Options
323(1)
To Specify Factor Analysis Options
324(1)
Hierarchical Cluster Analysis
325(8)
Sample Output
326(3)
To Obtain a Hierarchical Cluster Analysis
329(4)
Hierarchical Cluster Analysis Method
330(1)
Hierarchical Cluster Analysis Statistics
331(1)
Hierarchical Cluster Analysis Plots
332(1)
Hierarchical Cluster Analysis Save New Variables
332(1)
K-Means Cluster Analysis
333(8)
Sample Output
334(3)
To Obtain a K-Means Cluster Analysis
337(4)
K-Means Cluster Analysis Efficiency
338(1)
K-Means Cluster Analysis Iterate
338(1)
K-Means Cluster Analysis Save
339(1)
K-Means Cluster Analysis Options
339(2)
Nonparametric Tests
341(30)
Chi-Square Test
342(1)
Sample Output
343(1)
To Obtain a Chi-Square Test
344(2)
Chi-Square Test Expected Range and Expected Values
345(1)
Chi-Square Test Options
345(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features /Chi-Square Test)
346(1)
Binomial Test
346(1)
Sample Output
347(1)
To Obtain a Binomial Test
348(1)
Binomial Test Options
348(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features (Binomial Test)
349(1)
Runs Test
349(1)
Sample Output
350(1)
To Obtain a Runs Test
351(2)
Runs Test Cut Point
351(1)
Runs Test Options
352(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features (Runs Test)
352(1)
One-Sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test
353(1)
Sample Output
354(1)
To Obtain a One-Sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test
354(2)
One-Sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test Options
355(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features (One-Sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test)
356(1)
Two-Independent-Samples Tests
356(1)
Sample Output
357(1)
To Obtain Two-Independent-Samples Tests
358(3)
Two-Independent-Samples Test Types
358(1)
Two-Independent-Samples Tests Define Groups
359(1)
Two-Independent-Samples Tests Options
360(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features (Two Independent Samples)
360(1)
Tests for Several Independent Samples
361(1)
Sample Output
361(1)
To Obtain Tests for Several Independent Samples
362(2)
Several Independent Samples Test Types
362(1)
Tests for Several Independent Samples Define Range
363(1)
Tests for Several Independent Samples Options
363(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features (K Independent Samples)
364(1)
Two-Related-Samples Tests
364(1)
Sample Output
365(1)
To Obtain Two-Related-Samples Tests
366(2)
Two-Related-Samples Test Types
366(1)
Two-Related-Samples Tests Options
367(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features (Two Related Samples)
368(1)
Tests for Several Related Samples
368(1)
Sample Output
368(1)
To Obtain Tests for Several Related Samples
369(2)
Tests for Several Related Samples Test Types
370(1)
Tests for Several Related Samples Statistics
370(1)
NPAR TESTS Command Additional Features (K Related Samples)
370(1)
Multiple Response Analysis
371(10)
Multiple Response Define Sets
372(1)
To Define Multiple Response Sets
373(1)
Multiple Response Frequencies
374(1)
Sample Output
375(1)
To Obtain Multiple Response Frequencies
375(1)
Multiple Response Crosstabs
376(1)
Sample Output
377(1)
To Obtain Multiple Response Crosstabs
378(3)
Multiple Response Crosstabs Define Variable Ranges
378(1)
Multiple Response Crosstabs Options
379(1)
MULTI RESPONSE Command Additional Features
380(1)
Reporting Results
381(16)
Report Summaries in Rows
381(8)
Sample Output
382(1)
To Obtain a Summary Report: Summaries in Rows
383(1)
Report Column Format
384(1)
Report Summary Lines
385(1)
Report Break Options
386(1)
Report Options
386(1)
Report Layout
387(1)
Report Titles
388(1)
Report Summaries in Columns
389(8)
Sample Output
390(1)
To Obtain a Summary Report: Summaries in Columns
390(1)
Report Summary Lines
391(1)
Total Summary Column
392(1)
Report Column Format
393(1)
Report Break Options for Summaries in Columns
393(1)
Report Options for Summaries in Columns
394(1)
Report Layout for Summaries in Columns
394(1)
REPORT Command Additional Features
395(2)
Reliability Analysis
397(6)
Sample Output
398(1)
To Obtain a Reliability Analysis
399(4)
Reliability Analysis Statistics
400(1)
RELIABILITY Command Additional Features
401(2)
Multidimensional Scaling
403(6)
To Obtain a Multidimensional Scaling Analysis
404(5)
Multidimensional Scaling Shape of Data
405(1)
Multidimensional Scaling Create Measure
406(1)
Multidimensional Scaling Model
407(1)
Multidimensional Scaling Options
408(1)
Multidimensional Scaling Command Additional Features
408(1)
Overview of the Chart facility
409(12)
How to Create and Modify a Chart
409(4)
Creating the Chart
409(3)
Modifying the Chart
412(1)
Exporting Charts
413(2)
Specifying a File Type
414(1)
Specifying File Type Options
414(1)
Exporting Charts and Pivot Tables
414(1)
Chart Definition Global Options
415(6)
Titles, Subtitles, and Footnotes
415(1)
Options
416(3)
Chart Templates
419(2)
Bar, Line, Area, and Pie Charts
421(34)
How to Obtain Bar, Line, Area, and Pie Charts
422(27)
Bar Charts
424(7)
Line Charts
431(8)
Area Charts
439(6)
Pie Charts
445(4)
Transposed Charts
449(6)
Summary Functions
451(4)
High-Low Charts
455(18)
How to Obtain High-Low Charts
456(17)
Boxplots and Error Bar Charts
473(10)
How to Obtain a Boxplot
473(5)
Defining Boxplots
474(4)
How to Obtain an Error Bar Chart
478(5)
Defining Error Bar Charts
478(5)
Scatterplots and Histograms
483(8)
How to Obtain a Scatterplot
483(7)
Defining Simple Scatterplots
484(1)
Defining Scatterplot Matrices
485(1)
Defining Overlay Scatterplots
486(2)
Defining 3-D Scatterplots
488(2)
How to Obtain a Histogram
490(1)
Pareto and Control Charts
491(24)
How to Obtain a Pareto Chart
492(6)
How to Obtain a Control Chart
498(17)
Control Chart Options
513(2)
Probability Plots
515(6)
How to Obtain Probability Plots
515(4)
Weighted Data
519(2)
Sequence Charts
521(6)
How to Obtain Sequence Charts
522(5)
Time Axis Reference Lines
524(1)
Formatting Options
525(2)
Autocorrelation and Cross-Correlation
527(6)
How to Obtain Autocorrelation and Partial Autocorrelation Charts
528(2)
Options
529(1)
How to Obtain Cross-Correlation Charts
530(3)
Options
532(1)
ROC Curves
533(4)
Sample Output
534(1)
How to Obtain an ROC Curve
535(2)
ROC Curve Options
536(1)
Modifying Charts
537(32)
Exploring Data with the Chart Editor
538(2)
Enhancing Charts for Presentation
540(2)
Editing in a Chart Window
542(3)
Chart Menus
543(1)
Selecting Objects to Modify
544(1)
Changing Chart Types (Gallery Menu)
545(17)
Additional Chart Types
546(3)
Selecting and Arranging Data (Series Menu)
549(1)
Bar, Line, and Area Chart Displayed Data
550(2)
Pie Chart Displayed Data
552(1)
High-Low-Close Displayed Data
553(1)
Range Bar Displayed Data
554(1)
Difference Line Displayed Data
555(1)
Error Bar Displayed Data
556(1)
Simple Scatterplot Displayed Data
556(2)
Overlay Scatterplot Displayed Data
558(1)
Scatterplot Matrix Displayed Data
559(1)
3-D Scatterplot Displayed Data
560(1)
Histogram Displayed Data
560(1)
Transposing Data
561(1)
Case Identification in Scatterplots and Boxplots
562(7)
Point Selection
563(1)
Labels
564(2)
Locating a Case
566(2)
Finding a Case
568(1)
Modifying Chart Elements: Chart Menu
569(48)
Modifying Elements (Chart Menu)
569(48)
Accessing Chart Options
570(1)
Bar/Line/Area Options
571(3)
Pie Options
574(3)
Boxplot Options
577(1)
Error Bar Options
578(1)
Scatterplot Options: Simple and Matrix
579(7)
Overlay Scatterplot Options
586(1)
3-D Scatterplot Options
587(2)
Histogram Options
589(1)
Axis Characteristics
590(17)
Bar Spacing
607(1)
Adding or Changing Explanatory Text
608(5)
Adding Reference Lines
613(2)
Inner and Outer Frames
615(1)
Refreshing the Screen
616(1)
Modifying Chart Attributes: format, Font, and Size Menus
617(18)
Modifying Attributes (Format Menu)
617(18)
Palettes
618(10)
Changing or Rotating the Axes
628(3)
Exploding Pie Chart Slices
631(1)
Handling Missing Data in a Line Chart
632(3)
Utilities
635(6)
Variable Information
635(1)
Variable Sets
636(3)
Define Variable Sets
637(1)
Use Sets
638(1)
Reordering Target Variable Lists
639(2)
Options
641(16)
General Options
642(1)
Viewer Options
643(2)
Draft Viewer Options
645(1)
Output Label Options
646(2)
Chart Options
648(1)
Interactive Chart Options
649(1)
PivotTable Options
650(2)
Data Options
652(1)
Currency Options
653(1)
Script Options
654(3)
Customizing Menus and Toolbars
657(8)
Menu Editor
657(1)
To Add Items to the Menus
657(1)
Customizing Toolbars
658(7)
To Customize Toolbars
659(6)
Production Facility
665(10)
Syntax Rules for the Production Facility
666(1)
Production Export Options
667(1)
User Prompts
668(2)
Production Macro Prompting
670(1)
Production Options
671(1)
Format Control for Production Jobs
671(3)
Controlling Pivot Table Format with Command Syntax
673(1)
Running Production Jobs from a Command Line
674(1)
Scripting Facility
675(32)
To Run a Script
676(1)
Autoscripts
677(2)
Creating and Editing Scripts
679(9)
To Edit a Script
680(1)
Script Window
680(2)
Starter Scripts
682(2)
Creating Autoscripts
684(4)
How Scripts Work
688(6)
Declaring Variables
689(1)
Getting Automation Objects
690(2)
Properties and Methods
692(1)
The Object Browser
693(1)
Procedures
694(2)
To Add a New Procedure in a Script
695(1)
Global Procedures
695(1)
Adding a Description to a Script
696(1)
Scripting Custom Dialog Boxes
696(5)
To Create a Custom Dialog Box
697(1)
Dialog Monitor Functions (DialogFunc)
698(3)
Debugging Scripts
701(2)
To Step through a Script
701(1)
The Debugging Pane
702(1)
Script Files and Syntax Files
703(4)
Running Command Syntax from a Script
703(2)
Running a Script from Command Syntax
705(2)
A Database Access Administrator 707(2)
B Customizing HTML Documents 709(4)
To Add Customized HTML Code to Exported Output Documents
709(1)
Content and Format of the Text File for Customized HTML
710(1)
To Use a Different File or Location for Custom HTML Code
710(3)
Index 713

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