In this short video you will learn how to run a Time Series model within SPSS Statistics. Marian will show you how to predict future values of a particular quantity through the use case of a business that needs to plan staffing levels for the weeks ahead based on historic activity.
In this third video, Alan shows you how to extract the key findings from a Decision Tree so that they can be used to enhance your understanding and develop scoring processes in operational systems.
This second video concentrates on using Hold-out samples to create more robust predictive models. In essence, using ‘new’ data to test a model’s performance before using in production.
In this video, the first of a series, Alan takes you through running a Decision Tree with SPSS Statistics. Learn what settings to choose and how to interpret the output for this machine learning procedure that helps you to use your data to get better return on investment and focus in on the target groups of most interest to you.
In the 4th video of our series you will learn how to build stacked tables, format them and choose the results you want to send out to a web report.
In this video you will learn how to tailor your tables, run T-test & create bar charts to build better and more visual reports!
In this video you will learn how to protect respondent's identity and boost the statistical power of your chi-square test with just a few clicks!
In the first video of the IBM SPSS Custom Tables series you will learn: How to build custom tables, editing and formatting your tables, and how to collapse categories. These features will help you build cleaner and more customised tables, faster!
See a brief demonstration of how to classify customers into groups in this example from the banking industry.
This module enables you to summarize SPSS Statistics data and display your analyses as production-ready tables.