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Exactly what I needed July 11 2013
By Mandy0912 - Published on Amazon.com
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The book came fast and it's very easy to understand. I took a stats course in the past that I didn't have a book for. Just brief instructions and it was difficult to understand. This book was a lifesaver!
Meh June 22 2014
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Was assigned this book and did not use it. It is a lackluster reference guide that did not teach me what I needed it to. I would not recommend this for students or teachers.
Excellent reference guide. May 15 2014
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I've used this book (series) when I was an undergrad as a quick reference guide to SPSS processes. It is still useful at the graduate level, if you're not using STATA or R. Ultimately I would recommend this for anyone who is teaching a PSC stats undergrad course, this won't necessarily teach them the equations, but it will teach them to run the operations in SPSS.


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