SPSS USERS MEETING 2013 (ASSESS)

Organization: SPSS USERS GROUP (ASSESS)

Venue: UNIVERSITY OF YORK

Location: YORK, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Oct 25, 2013 / 9:30 am - (GMT) End Date/Time: Oct 25, 2013 / 4:30 pm - (GMT)
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Description

Come along to learn more about current and upcoming uses of SPSS including the performing of statistical analyses in fields of applications. Learn when these models should be used, how to implement statistical routines in both SPSS and R using real data,  problems associated with their use and how to interpret and understand output. See software demonstrations, share experiences with other users and plan for future meetings.  Coffee breaks are included. Lunch is also included if attending both a morning AND afternoon event.

In addition to user presentations covering analysis of covariance, applications to demography, undergraduate teaching of SPSS, mjultivariate data analysis there will also be four half-day short courses on SPSS syntax, regression, correlation and multilevel models. 

Venue

HESLINGTON
YORK
United Kingdom
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Organizations

SPSS USERS GROUP (ASSESS)
15 CHAUCER ROAD
CB2 7EF

Conference Speakers

  • SPSS Syntax: Beginners, Frances Provan, University of Edinburgh

 

  • SPSS Syntax:Next step, Darren Walker, Cardiff Metropolitan University

 

  • Regression and Correlation, Elizabeth Wiredu,  Data Solutions Services

 

  • Multilevel models in SPSS, Kev Ralston, University of St Andrews

 

  • Regression modelling with many correlated predictors and few cases by Gary Bennett, Logit Research (morning (am) session)

 

  • ANCOVA versus ANOVA: comparing change from baseline between groups in a clinical trial (using SPSS) by Mario Hair, Independent Statistics Consultant (am session)

 

  • What should we be teaching students about SPSS? by Fayme Yeates,University of Exeter (am session)

 

  • What’s new in SPSS version 22. A webinar specially recorded by a representative of SPSS (am session)

 

  • Using SPSS to estimate demographic rates in ethnic groups by Paul Norman, University of Leeds (afternoon pm session)

 

  • Using SPSS to assess postural stability using stabilometric platforms by Jitka Jancova, City University, London (pm session)

 

  • Programming your own parallel analysis in R: Using bootstrap and simulation based approaches by Jan Böhnke, University of York (pm session)

 

  • Latent class analysis in R by Tim Croudace, University of York

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