soci332_SPSS_week1---Kate Bracher
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soci332_SPSS_week1---Kate Bracher

Course Number: SOCI 332, Spring 2012

College/University: American Public University

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SPSS ASSIGNMENT #1 Read chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the SPSS 20 Statistical Brief Guide (check the virtual office under forums for a link to the file). Then, follow these guidelines. To Enter Data: 1. Click on the Variable View tab in the lower left corner of the screen. In the first box under the column Name, type the name you want to give the first variable (i.e., SCORE1 NOTE: there are no spaces allowed in the...

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ASSIGNMENT SPSS #1 Read chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the SPSS 20 Statistical Brief Guide (check the virtual office under forums for a link to the file). Then, follow these guidelines. To Enter Data: 1. Click on the Variable View tab in the lower left corner of the screen. In first the box under the column Name, type the name you want to give the first variable (i.e., SCORE1 NOTE: there are no spaces allowed in the variable name). The name of your variable can be up to eight characters (no spaces a permitted by SPSS in the variable name).

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