Introduction to Spss

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Introduction to Spss

Introduction to SPSS

INTRODUCTION TO SPSS
Dr. Sarimah binti Abdullah.
M.D(USM) MCommMed.(Epid & Biostat) (USM)

• SPSS environment • Describe the menu options & toolbars

Unit of Biostatistics & Research Methodology Universiti Sains Malaysia

SPSS Environment
• Data editor – Data view – Variable view • Viewer - output • Pivot table editor • Chart editor • Text output editor • Syntax editor • Script editor

Data editor - Data view - Variable view

Viewer – output
– Display all statistical result • Tables • Charts – Allow to edit – Save – Access to • pivot table editor • Text output editor • Chart editor • Move between SPSS and other application

Viewer - output

Pivot table editor

1

Chart editor
• Edit
– – – – – Colour Font Axes Rotation Chart type

ENTER VARIABLES

ENTER VARIABLES

ENTER VARIABLES

ENTER DATA

2

ENTER DATA

SAVE

EDIT

VIEW

SELECT CASES
1 3

2 6 4

5

7

3

TRANSFORM : Compute ALL CASES

DELETE

BMI = wt(kg)/ht(m)2

TRANSFORM : Recode
BMI
Categorize

TRANSFORM : Recode
BMI_gp : 1. Underweight =23

BMI_gp
1. Underweight 2. Normal 3. Overweight

1

DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 6th basic data 2

2

3

9 4 6

8

5

7

4

OUTPUT
Statistics N Valid Missing gender 10 0 race 10 0
gender Frequency 5 5 10 Percent 50.0 50.0 100.0
race Frequency 6 3 1 10 Percent 60.0 30.0 10.0 100.0 Valid Percent 60.0 30.0 10.0 100.0 Cumulative Percent 60.0 90.0 100.0

IHD 10 0

BMI_gp 10 0

Edit chart

Valid

male female Total

Valid Percent 50.0 50.0 100.0

Cumulative Percent 50.0 100.0

Double click chart

Valid

malay chinese indian Total

25

20

25

percentages

20

percentages

15

15

48.0%
10

42.0%

48 .0 %
10

42 .0 %

5
5

10 .0%
10.0%
0

M alay
0

C hin es e

Ind ian

B M I GR OU P
Malay Chinese Indian

BMI GROUP

Figure 1: Ethnic group the of respondents

Figure 1: Ethnic group the of respondents...

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