SPSS 22 is available on all classroom and lab computers on campus.
Want to use SPSS off-campus? Install it on your laptop (while on campus), and then use the VPN to log in and access SPSS off campus. Visit the VPN help page for instructions.
For help installing SPSS or setting up the VPN, visit the Help Desk in Clapp Library or email email@example.com
-Adopt consistent file naming conventions!
-Name your files something that alludes to their content or purpose.
Example 1: Data for a class's second lab. Poor choice: mydata.sav Better name: lab2experiment.sav
Example 2: You download US census data for your final project for the year 2000; name it census00.sav. Then you create a subset containing only women ages 18-30; name it census00fem.sav.
-If you have multiple versions of the same file, add increasing numbers to the end of the file (e.g., census00v2, census00v3, etc). If you go back and make changes to an earlier version of the file, save a copy with the next highest number (e.g., census00v4).
SPSS & Stata Office Hours
Last day: 11/24
Location: Research & Instruction Suite (outside 218a) at Clapp Library
No OH on 10/13, 10/27