Since its origination in the social sciences, IBM SPSS has offered one of the most comprehensive and widely used scientific research product lines available. In fact, it’s rare to come across a researcher who hasn’t heard of or used IBM SPSS products.
With IBM SPSS products, researchers are able to:
- Collect, prepare, analyse, and manage research data.
- Discover important concepts and relationships in journals, publications, and research databases.
- Produce high-quality output for reports and publication.
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"With IBM SPSS Statistics, students can tackle important real-life problems, applying a range of analyses to achieve a solution in a short period of time."
Sharon L. WeinbergProfessor of Applied Statistics and Psychology at New York University
"Now, by using Presidion (formerly SPSS Ireland) expertise and their online survey capabilities, it was easier and faster to measure opinions. Dimensions is an excellent tool that enables us to collect feedback in a timely manner and also deliver huge cost savings to the organisation."
Ian McKennaHead of Framework Awards at HETAC
"The key is that IBM SPSS Statistics can perform data management, data analysis, data extraction, database construction, reporting and forecasting ... all in a single product."
Dr. David WrightWSU sociology professor, WSU’s Statistical Project Analyst
"Thanks to IBM SPSS, we are able to complete significantly faster analysis of our academic programs. Prior to IBM-SPSS, we would have spent most of one term—that’s several months—analyzing one program. Now we can do it in a week or less."
Dr. Ronald GordonDirector of Research at Yuba Community College District