How to select cases in SPSS Statistics

In this video Jarlath Quinn demonstrates how to use SPSS Statistics to define data filters in order to select particular cases for analysis. This can be done either to create a temporary selection or to create a permanent new file with only a subsection of cases included within it.

How to reverse a scale in SPSS Statistics

In this video Jarlath Quinn demonstrates how to reverse the values of a rating scale (such as an agreement scale or a satisfaction scale) in SPSS Statistics, so that the highest value becomes the lowest value and vice versa.

How to combine variables in SPSS Statistics

SPSS users often want to know how they can combine variables together. In this video Jarlath Quinn demonstrates how to use the compute procedure to calculate the mean of a number of variables to create one combined variable, and also how to use the count values procedure to count how many times a particular value occurs across a series of variables in order to create an overall count.

TURF analysis with SPSS Statistics

In this video Jarlath Quinn introduces the popular TURF analysis technique and demonstrates how to apply it in IBM SPSS Statistics. TURF analysis is used in many industries to find the optimal sub-group of options from a wider portfolio in order to maximise their appeal to an audience or market.

Introduction to the filter node in SPSS Modeler

Sometimes you may have problems with your data issues not related so much to the values of the data but to the fields themselves, such as awkward field names. The filter node is a really useful tool that offers a bunch of tricks for dealing with awkward fields.

How to change the defaults in SPSS Statistics

SPSS enables quite a high level of customisation so you can set up the software in a way that enables you to be a lot more productive, however many people are unaware of just how powerful these customisation options are. In this video we explore the options edit menu.

Introduction to the data audit node in SPSS Modeler

The data audit node is a powerful tool you can use to help understand the shape and structure of your data before your analysis begins. You can also make some decisions here regarding how you might want to clean up your data, for example by dealing with missing values or extremes and outliers.

Predictive operational analytics part 1

In part one of this video series Jarlath Quinn explains how operational analytics works, what data sources may be utilised and introduces the example case study that forms the basis of the subsequent videos in the series.

Predictive operational analytics part 2 – SPSS Modeler demo

In part two of our predictive operational analytics video series, Jarlath Quinn introduces the IBM SPSS Modeler Software before showing how to explore the example data from the case study and carry out text analytics of engineer logs to categorise the information and create key fields for further analysis.

Predictive promoter part 4 – text mining and conclusions

In this final part of  our predictive promoter video series, Jarlath Quinn tackles the project’s most ambitious task: mining the open-ended guest comments to uncover important insights. Here you can discover how we can use text analytics to extract a series of concepts and sentiments from customer comments in order to categorise the guests’ responses.

What If Analysis using IBM SPSS Modeler Premium

In this short video Jarlath Quinn demonstrates how to use the powerful simulation tools within IBM SPSS Modeler to perform What If analysis (also known as ‘Scenario Planning’). What if analysis allows business-focused analysts to go beyond simple predictive modelling to evaluate the impact of different choices and scenarios on predicted outcomes.

Predicting asset failure using IBM SPSS Modeler

This video shows you how organisations with substantial capital assets can use IBM SPSS Modeler to predict when asset failure is most likely. Predicting asset failure can prevent problems before they happen and enables organisations to save money, reduce asset downtime and increase efficiency.

Affinity analysis made easy

This short video shows how you can perform a simple affinity analysis using IBM SPSS Modeler. Affinity analysis can be used to understand interconnected relationships between key factors. For example, in retail it can be used to perform basket analysis, whereby retailers can identify which products are most commonly purchased together by customers in a single transaction or over a given period time.

Building a predictive model in SPSS Modeler

If you are considering making your first foray into predictive analytics or are interested in seeing the automated capabilities of IBM’s flagship analytical platform, this video will demonstrate the power and ease of building a predictive model in SPSS Modeler.

Unlocking IBM SPSS Statistics (part two)

Part two You will learn how to: Get your data ready for analysis in IBM SPSS Statistics Transform your data and create new fields e.g. creating an ‘age range’ field from date of birth information Ways in which you can transform different types of data

Unlocking IBM SPSS Statistics (part one)

You will learn how to: Read data into IBM SPSS Statistics from other sources such as Excel files Format your data and tidying it up for effective analysis Save time by using previously formatted files as templates for your new IBM SPSS Statistics data file 

Download your free copy of our Understanding Significance Testing white paper
Subscribe to our email newsletter today to receive updates on the latest news, tutorials and events, and get your free copy of our latest white paper.
We respect your privacy. Your information is safe and will never be shared.
Don't miss out. Subscribe today.
WordPress Popup Plugin
Scroll to Top