Atomic Learning Adds Statistic Software Training to Library

With the recent additions to Atomic Learning's training library, subscribers now have access to basics and statistical analysis training using SPSS® 22 software.

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Atomic Learning Adds Statistic Software Training to Library

Little Falls, MN (PRWEB) April 22, 2014

Atomic Learning recently added 2 training series on SPSS® 22 to its robust training library. SPSS Statistics is a software package used for statistical analysis. The software name stands for Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). Viewers are recommended to have a basic understanding of statistics prior to viewing these training courses.

In the basics training series, learners will gain insight into how to use the statistical analysis tools within SPSS® 22. Topics covered include how to enter data and create data sets, how to manage the data within SPSS datasets, as well as how to analyze the data using SPSS’s power statistical tools. Also included is how to create graphs to visually represent the analysis of data.

To view this training, visit: http://www.atomiclearning.com/highed/spss-22-basic-training

In the Solving Problems Using SPSS®: Examining a Hypothesis of Difference online training series, viewers will learn how to examine and solve a research problem. Using an example case, learn how to write and test a hypothesis. The factors that need to be considered when choosing an appropriate statistical procedure to test the hypothesis will be reviewed, and a statistical procedure to test the hypothesis in the example case will be chosen. The steps for conducting the statistical procedure in SPSS, from hypothesis testing to the power analysis, will be performed. In addition, learn how to use SPSS output to make conclusions and write a results section to solve the research problem.

To view this training, visit: http://www.atomiclearning.com/highed/spss-22-problem-solving-hypothesis-differences-training

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