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Welcome to the SPSS Stats Group!

  • 1.  Welcome to the SPSS Stats Group!

    Posted Fri March 20, 2020 04:08 PM
    Edited by Christina Howell Wed April 08, 2020 04:33 PM
    Welcome SPSS Statistics users to the IBM Community!

    The IBM Community serves as a place to nurture product users (on the order of 150,000+ current members) past the point-of-sale to enhance skills, share best practices, and create a peer-to-peer collaborative environment with access to experts from various networks - business partners, IBMers, offering management, client success teams, marketing, community management, and much more. 


    I am your community manager, overseeing this group and several others in the Data Science community, and look forward to helping you navigate your transition to this new community, keeping it up-to-date with the things you need and want, and working with a supporting cast to make it a valuable resource for your day-to-day activities. 

    First, here are some resources to get you started on community: 

    Now for what you'll see in this group: 

    Discussion: Keep up to date with items exclusive to SPSS and feel free to chime in with your thoughts, questions or suggestions and answering questions in the forum. This particular thread, in fact, is a great place to drop a quick introduction - who you are, what you'd like to see in this group, what type of expertise you can offer, or any other nuggets of info!

    Resources: This is where you'll find call replays, pdfs, videos, downloads, extensions, white papers  and other materials specific to SPSS for you to download, view, share, and comment on.

    Don't miss the Digital Technical Engagement resource page listed there, with demo videos and more.  Check out the library and give us feedback on what we're missing and other things you'd like to see. 


    Blogs: Blogging is a great way to have a voice in the community and build your repertoire as an expert. Benefits of publishing blogs in our community:

    • Members get direct and immediate access by way of the Latest Articles section of the group home page
    • Articles highlighted on the community page in the featured content areas drive up to 20x more views
    • Blogs published in the community appear in emails delivered to members who are subscribed to the group's daily digest
    • You can share community blogs on any other external platform, including LinkedIn and Twitter. Community membership is not required to read blogs, only to comment
    Get straight to the SPSS Stats blogs here

    Events: Want to dig into skills and training? Start or continue your SPSS Stats learning journey here, by attending our webinars and in-person events. Have something to share with our community, such as leading a product use case webinar or tips and tricks? Send me a message or reply here and we'll get you set up. Here's some background on our community events program. 

    You may be curious about the SPSS Stats forums, where you've probably spent your time up until now. That forum will be moving to IBM Support so that you can still reference old threads and search for previously-answered questions. We'll make sure to share specific links once everything is in place. 

    Again, I welcome you to introduce yourself in the thread below, check out some discussions and events across our community, and to utilize this group space as a place for sharing resources, questions, and events. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions!

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    Christina Howell
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  • 2.  RE: Welcome to the SPSS Stats Group!

    Posted Wed April 08, 2020 04:32 PM
    Have you seen the latest infographic explaining the risk of using spreadsheets? Download the pdf here




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    Christina Howell
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  • 3.  RE: Welcome to the SPSS Stats Group!

    Posted Thu May 14, 2020 06:37 PM
    Questions about statistics, implementation, coding, general troubleshooting? You're in the right place. Ask us here in the SPSS Statistics community and get answers from other users and experts worldwide.

    Need to ask a technical support question for licensing, errors, installation, fix packs, trial set-up? Please log your issue in IBM Support


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    Christina Howell
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  • 4.  RE: Welcome to the SPSS Stats Group!

    Posted Fri May 29, 2020 10:32 AM
    Hello.  Can you tell me how to find or access the tests?

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    Donna Charlton
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  • 5.  RE: Welcome to the SPSS Stats Group!

    Posted Wed June 10, 2020 02:34 PM

    Hi @Donna Charlton, I am not sure I have clarity on your request - if you could give a little more detail, I'm sure one of our team members would be happy to assist. 

    FYI: @Sajan Kuttappa, @Mathew Mathew, @Brent Gardiner, @Stephanie Wing

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    Christina Howell
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  • 6.  RE: Welcome to the SPSS Stats Group!

    Posted Mon November 02, 2020 12:28 PM
    Hello from
    Please help me how to find the tests?

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    matlab prozhe
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