Data analysis using SPSS (for beginners)part 1
What is SPSS?
SPSS is a statistical software which was actually developed as an analysis program for social scientist . Abbreviation of SPSS is Statistical Package for Social Science and now it is modified to Superior Performing Software. Data analysis using spss for beginners is an article which helps you undersand the basic facts of data analysis using spss.
Why we use spss to analyze data?
Data analysis using spss is very popular because it performs four main tasks:
 Manipulates and manages data
 Products reports and table
 Perform simple and complex statistical analysis
 Produces graphical output
Interface:
Mainly there are four window
1.data editor
2.output viewer
3.syntax editor
4.script windows
There are two interface in data editor.
i.variable view:
In this view , we can insert our variable name .
Variable view 
ii.data view:
In this view , we can input our data for our inserted variable.
Data view 
How to enter data in SPSS?
 Manually
 Import data from excel
Manually entering data:

Manually entering data 
 After open spss software , at first we have to write the variable name in the “Name” column.
 click on “Type” and select the variable type.
 then we have to write the variable description in the “Label” column.
If we want entering a string variable or nominal data, then we have to select the variable type as “String”
Selecting variable type 
Add value labels 
How to analyze data using SPSS (for beginners)part 1
How to analyze data using SPSS (part2), how to input data in SPSS
How to analyze data using SPSS (part3), how to import data in SPSS from excel file
How to analyze data using SPSS (part4), how to sort data in SPSS
How to analyze data using SPSS ( part5) how to merge file in SPSS?
How to analyze data using SPSS ( part6), how to merge file in SPSS
How to analyze data using SPSS (part7), Finding missing values, Replacing missing values, Coding missing values in SPSS
How to analyze data using SPSS (part8), variable transformation, Recoding variables in spssUnivariate Analysis (data analysis using spss part9)
Bivariate analysis How to analyze data using spss (part10)
Normality check how to analyze data using spss (part11)