An Introduction to Statistical Package for the Social Sciences

Emtage, Nick F. and Duthy, Stephen (2002). An Introduction to Statistical Package for the Social Sciences. In: Harrison, Steve R., Herbohn, John L., Mangaoang, Eduardo O. and Vanclay, Jerome K., Socio-Economic Research Methods in Forestry: A Training Manual, Leyte State University, ViSCA, Baybay, The Philippines, (53-64). 4-10 February, 2002.

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Author Emtage, Nick F.
Duthy, Stephen
Title of paper An Introduction to Statistical Package for the Social Sciences
Conference name Socio-Economic Research Methods in Forestry: A Training Manual
Conference location Leyte State University, ViSCA, Baybay, The Philippines
Conference dates 4-10 February, 2002
Publication Year 2002
Sub-type Fully published paper
Editor Harrison, Steve R.
Herbohn, John L.
Mangaoang, Eduardo O.
Vanclay, Jerome K.
Start page 53
End page 64
Abstract/Summary This module provides an introduction to statistical analysis, particularly in regard to survey data. Some of the features of the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) are then explained, with reference to a farm forestry survey. Of necessity, this is a brief overview to the highly complex and powerful SPSS package.
Subjects 300600 Forestry Sciences
300602 Tree Improvement (Selection, Breeding and Genetic Engineering)
300606 Agroforestry
300604 Management and Environment
Keyword statistics
References Corston, R. and Colman, A. (2000), A Crash Course in SPSS for Windows, Blackwell, Oxford.
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
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