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General online SPSS Tutorials
1. Medical Statistics Using SPSS by Garreth Parry (U. of Sheffield) and Altamire da Costa Pereira (U. of Oporto).
2. Example of Survey Analysis using SPSS by Leeds Metropolitan University Learning Support Services
3. Statistics on Likert Scale Surveys from SPSS Techniques Series
4. An introduction to Logistic Regression by John Whitehead, East Carolina University
The site contains theoretical and hands-on examples using SPSS.
5. Enhancement of Reliability Analysis: Application of Interclass Correlation with SPSS for Windows v8. By Robert A. Yaffee, New York University. There is also a page on Common Correlation and Reliability Analysis
6. Practical Analysis of Nutritional Data (P.A.N.D.A) by the university of Tulane
7. Survey Research Training Materials by the Michigan State University's Department of Agricultural Economics.
8. Pitfalls of Data Analysis (or How to Avoid Lies and Damned Lies) by Clay Helberg, M.S.
9. Design for multi-treatment crossover studies by Dr. Robert G. Newcombe Dept. of Medical Computing and Statistics, U. of Wales College of Medicine
10. Selection bias and the Heckman two-step procedure by Jeroen Smits from Nijmegen University. Downloadable papers on that subject including instructions on how to perform this procedure with SPSS.
11 Heteroscedasticity Testing and correcting in SPSS A detailed 32 page pdf document (533 kb) written by Gwilym Pryce from Glasgow University. Contains references. See also a very useful paper on the subject by Long and Ervin.
14 Logistic regression and discriminant analysis By Stephen Lea, University of Exeter, Dept. of Psychology. This covers the theory, practice, interpretation and reporting of logistic regression results.
16 SPSS Paper Examples by the UCLA. This page contains data files and SPSS syntax to reproduced the analysis done in the paper "Using SAS Proc Mixed to Fit Multilevel Models, Hierarchical Models, and Individual Growth Models by Judith Singer. The original paper is available for download.
Brien O'Connor`s Main Page (from Lakehead University) contains the following syntax files: (thanks to Paul Ginns for bringing this to my attention)
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