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... provides a step-by-step guide to the main quantitative analyses used by social scientists, and takes the reader from the basics to the more operational level ... the style of the text, the content, and the general user-friendly nature, will make it a very useful companion to students and researchers ... - Tom Hefferenan, University of Northumbria

Bryman and Cramer's text has become an essential reference, since it contains more detail than any of the SPSS manuals, and comes with sizeable data sets and relevant sociological and psychological examples to illustrate the concepts it describes. - David Giles, Coventry University

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Alan Bryman and Duncan Cramer both teach at Loughborough University and have written several books on statistical analysis with both SPSS and Minitab.

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This book largely covers the field that is generally referred to as 'statistics', but as our Preface has sought to establish, we have departed in a number of respects from the way in which this subject is conventionally taught to under- and post-graduates. Read the first page
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SPSS 22 Mar 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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An excellent book, especially for those who are now learning to use SPSS and the applications of statistical tests. The book however is lacking details for the advanced statistics - Loginlear analysis etc.More could have been said with regards to the data assumptions necessary to meet statistical analysis. Nevertheless it provides the reader with sufficient knowledge with regards to the use of SPSS, and is recommended for those who don't need to go indepth into multivariate analysis.
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the best intro for dummies 31 July 2003
By Karwautz Andreas Dr - Published on Amazon.com
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this book is great, i can recommend it to all who are autodidact and want to learn what spss can do with your data. it is easy to read and simple to follow and it has no formula, what is crucial to non-statisticians but seldomly thought about by those who write books on stats for users only. great stuff you have done here, authors!
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