SPSS Library: Detailed SPSS Web Pages

This page contains web pages about SPSS, some of which have been
borrowed and adapted from SPSS web pages from all around the world. These pages have
indepth information about particular features of SPSS and are a good resource when you
want to get a more detailed understanding of particular features in SPSS. We are
grateful to all of those who have written these pages and have graciously given us
permission to borrow and adapt their pages. We must insist that these pages be used
strictly **for educational and informational purposes only!** If you
find a particular page useful, we suggest visiting the site from which the page came
because you may find other pages there useful and informative, and you may want to send
the author of the page an email letting them know how you liked their page.

**Analysis of Variance**- Linear Mixed Models (courtesy of SPSS)
- An Overview of SPSS GLM (courtesy of SPSS)
- MANOVA and GLM (courtesy of SPSS)
- Understanding and Interpreting Parameter Estimates in Regression and ANOVA (courtesy of SPSS)
- How do I handle interactions of continuous and categorical variables?
- Advanced Issues in Using and Understanding SPSS MANOVA (courtesy of SPSS)
- Comparing methods of analyzing repeated measures data
- My Sums of Squares Don’t Add Up! (courtesy of SPSS)
- Data Setup for Comparing Means in SPSS (courtesy of SPSS)

**Other**- Inputting and manipulating dates in SPSS
- Panel data analysis using GEE
- Making graphs with the ggraph command and GPL
- The Mantel-Haenszel Statistic for 2x2xK Tables (courtesy of SPSS)
- Contrast codings used in LOGISTIC REGRESSION and COX REGRESSION (courtesy of SPSS)
- Differences Between Statistical Software Packages As Applied to a Binary Response Variable, Courtesy of Professor Ibrahim, Tanta University
- My Coefficient Alpha is Negative! (courtesy of SPSS)
- Choosing an Intraclass Correlation Coefficient (courtesy of SPSS)
- A History of SPSS Statistical Features (courtesy of SPSS)
- An Introduction to SPSS Pivot Tables (courtesy of SPSS)