Introduction to Automation with IBM SPSS Statistics (Syntax)
This course enables you to automate repetitive or periodic analysis & reporting using the IBM SPSS command language, Syntax. This course will enable you to perform an analysis or create reports; then by using IBM SPSS automation functionality you will be able to rerun these analyses or reports periodically. This course enables a massive increase in your productivity.
Anyone who wishes to automate their reports, run reports periodically and re-use data analysis.
Experience using IBM SPSS Statistics is required.
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"I really enjoyed the training and it’s already helped me in a meeting today regarding data exports to be used in SPSS."
Hazel QuigleyResearcher at the Health Research Board
"The training course was really beneficial with a balanced combination of theory and exercises! The training material was clear and practical, and Presidion's trainer using an interactive approach, was well organized and capable to cover all aspects and topics of the course thoroughly in a professional manner. I would highly recommend the course to others!"
Federico NolascoData Analyst at Solaris Consulting Ltd
"Overall I thoroughly enjoyed the course & found it extremely useful. SPSS is not as scary as I originally thought. Extremely worthwhile course!"
Amanda McErlenePublic Health Dept, North West Area HSE
"Course was excellently presented with a clear overview of research and statistics principles and the IBM SPSS Statistics software package. I found it challenging but very informative and a useful introduction to IBM SPSS Statistics."
Mr. Paul SheehanCork Simon Community
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