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SPSS Mentorship session
Mentor: Yogo O. Carol (male)
Occupation: Statistics and Research.
Education: Bsc. Statistics and Programming- Kenyatta University
MBA (Finance) – USIU-Africa
Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation- Kenya Institute of Management
Certificate in SPSS and STATA- Institute of Advanced Technology
Number of sessions: Course outline: three sessions: three hours per day – with follow up support.
- Defining SPSS
- Starting SPSS
- SPSS Windows
- Elements of Data editor window
- SPSS file formats
- Creating simple dataset.
- Quick links for help
- Data Coding
- Data entry (using Questionnaires)
- Data Sorting
- Creating new files
- Merging data sets
- Data Sampling
- Splitting data sets
- Recoding Variables
- Computing New Variables
- Data Transformation
- Descriptive statistics
- Frequencies and Distributions
- Cross tabulation
- Correlation Analysis
- Linear Regression Analysis
- Reliability test (Cronbach Test)
Venue and time is flexible
Cost details: Total Cost: Ksh 7000 for the complete session including the latest SPSS version.
Preparation: come with a laptop. The software will be installed during the class.
Lipa na MPESA, Buy Goods and services, Till number 808749. Recipient is Eider Africa Limited: Inform us immediately you send.
Account No: 1450270287960
Account name: Eider Africa Limited
Bank: Equity Bank
If interested please register by sending your name, email to email@example.com
Answer the questions below:
Why do you want to learn SPSS ?
Do you have prior experience with SPSS? Yes or No? If yes what was your experience like?
When are you available for the training? Training is individual so date and time suitable for you is fine.
Your are welcome
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