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Event ID: 0000000587
Event Link: /events-view?event_id=0000000587
http://www.ecu.edu.au/events-and-activities/events-view

Quantitative Data Analysis: Basic and Intermediate Stats Workshops using SPSS

These practical workshops will focus on the principles of quantitative data analysis and how to use SPSS as a tool for the statistical analysis of your data. Stats 1 will cover descriptive statistics, checking normality and transforming data, Chi-square, t-tests, ANOVA, multiple comparisons and correlations. Stats 2 will build on the basic principles of Stats 1 and explore various types of data analyses at the intermediate level. Topics to be covered include an introduction to regression analysis, factorial ANOVA and repeated measures designs.

 Registration required. Morning/afternoon tea provided



This event is for ECU Staff & Students Only

Sessions:

There are currently 4 sessions for this event, please select the one you would like to attend below.

Session details Session starts Session ends Location Action
Stats 1: Basic Quantitative Data Analysis and Introduction to SPSS  01:00pm
25-Oct-2012
04:00pm
25-Oct-2012
JO 31.106 Closed
Stats 2: Intermediate Quantitative Data Analysis and Application in SPSS  09:30am
26-Oct-2012
12:30pm
26-Oct-2012
JO 31.106 Closed
Stats 1: Basic Quantitative Data Analysis and Introduction to SPSS  09:30am
31-Oct-2012
12:30pm
31-Oct-2012
ML 13.202 Closed
Stats 2: Intermediate Quantitative Data Analysis and Application in SPSS  09:30am
01-Nov-2012
12:30pm
01-Nov-2012
ML 13.202 Closed

If you require additional information please contact:

Dr Natasha Ayers
Telephone: 63042875
Email: n.ayers@ecu.edu.au

 

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