univariate analysis using spss

Univariate analysis using spss (data analysis part-9)

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We conduct Univariate analysis using spss to find the characteristics of this variable. Spss is a simple statistical analytics tool which is very easy to use and maintain.

What is univariate analysis using spss?

It is the analysis of one random variable

such as descriptive statistics (mean, variance etc.).
We have the following data set with the several highlighted variable.

Now we have to go to the following steps.

univariate analysis using spss
Data set
 
 
Let we have five variables named gender, age, gpa, social_media and result. If we analyze each of the variable separately then its called univariate analysis. we can find the mean, variance and other descriptive statistics using univariate analysis. For univariate analysis first we have to go to–

1.Analyze →→Descriptive statistics→→ Frequencies 
 
Now we have to select all the variable and taking them into the empty box named Variable(s).
 
frequencies of univariate analysis
Frequencies
 
 
 
2.we have to click on Statistics
frequencies and statistics
Frequencies

3. Select all the required area such as mean, median, standard deviation etc and click on Continue.

frequencies and statistics
Frequencies statistics

4. if we want the graph such as bar chart, pie chart then click on Charts and select the chart types and click on continue.

frequency charts
Frequencies chart


5. click on Ok .

frequencies
Select OK

6. Now we can see the output window as following.

univarite analysis results(statistics)
Frequencies

 

bar chart (univariate analysis)
Bar chart
 
 

How to analyze data using SPSS (for beginners)-part 1
How to analyze data using SPSS (part-2), how to input data in SPSS
How to analyze data using SPSS (part-3), how to import data in SPSS from excel file
How to analyze data using SPSS (part-4), how to sort data in SPSS


How to analyze data using SPSS ( part-5) how to merge file in SPSS?
How to analyze data using SPSS ( part-6), how to merge file in SPSS
How to analyze data using SPSS (part-7), Finding missing values, Replacing missing values, Coding missing values in SPSS
How to analyze data using SPSS (part-8), variable transformation, Recoding variables in spssUnivariate Analysis (data analysis using spss part-9)
Bivariate analysis| How to analyze data using spss (part-10)
Normality check| how to analyze data using spss (part-11)

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