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SPSS VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

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Statistical Package For Social Sciences - SPSS Statistics is an IBM software package used for interactive or batched, statistical analysis. It is a foundational backdrop to a data analysis career and inevitably a must-have tool, for researcher's activities such as correlation and regression analysis.


Since COVID hinders, traditional workshops, we have customized a virtual session to support SPSS skill optimization across borders.





Delivered by Dr. Zafar Malik. Zafar is an experienced data analyst with over 5+yrs in recent SPSS capability. He holds a Master's Degree in Accounting and Ph.D. in Finance. He is a Senior Lecturer at several universities in the United Arab Emirates. He is fluent in English with an in-depth understanding of how to gain insight from numbers.









SPSS I - Basic: Topics Covered


1. INTRODUCTION OF SPSS PLATFORM

Understanding the SPSS platform


2. HANDLING DATA FILES

Learn how to manipulating data files


3. DATA AND VARIABLES MODIFICATION

Learn data and data analysis


4. WORKING WITH DATA OUTPUT

Know how to utilize the output


5. CROSSTABS VARIABLE INTERACTIONS

Learn how variables interact


6. VISUALIZATIONS CHATS

Learn how to maximize visualizations


Delivery: ZOOM live session


Schedule/Duration: 2 Fridays - 2nd & 9th July 2021 | 8hours


Why is this important?

In a world where data is the new crude, the need for your data analysis prowess, cannot be over-emphasized. Current data sets are much larger than what Microsoft Excel can handle, hence the need for much advanced user-friendly interphase to deduce data insights, like IBM SPSS. This session is to acclimate you to the tools that could change your career prospects.


You are risking the impact of your strategy if the basis of your strategy is intuition and feelings. The insight that data provided is not limited to a single profession. Post-COVID, the world is no more the same.


Let us help you put your best foot forward.


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