All articles by Priya Chetty

Introducing data in SPSS

If your data isn’t already in a computer-readable SPSS format, you can enter the information directly into the SPSS Data Editor (See Article Importing Files and creating datasheet in SPSS).  Read more »

Nominal, ordinal and scale in SPSS

In SPSS researcher can specify the level of measurement as scale (numeric data on an interval or ratio scale), ordinal, or nominal. Nominal and ordinal data can be either string alphanumeric or numeric. Each of these have been explained below in detail. Read more »

Introduction to SPSS and using it

SPSS is an acronym for “Statistical Package for Social Science” and is a Windows based program which is used to perform different tasks like, data entry, analysis and further presentation of results through tables and graphs. Read more »

Basic terms in statistics

“Statistical Product and Service Solutions” is abbreviated as SPSS and was first developed by Norman H. Nie, Dale H. Bent and C. Hadlai Hull in year 1968. The software is used to conduct statistical analysis on the sample of larger population. Read more »

Linear regression analysis

In order to determine the relationship between dependent variable and a set of multiple independent variables, linear regression analysis is conducted. Read more »

Stakeholder analysis as a communication tool

Stakeholder analysis is an approach, tool or set of tools used for creating knowledge about the project participants such as individuals and organizations, in a bid to understand their behavior, intentions, interrelations and interests. Read more »

How to enter citation details in Mendeley without the source paper?

Mendeley also gives you the option of entering a source details manually rather than having to import/ save the document in the database. Read more »

How to manually edit a citation while using Mendeley?

Since Mendeley does in-text citation automatically, sometimes it may happen that the citation is not proper (for example, it will show ‘Institute, 2007’ instead of ‘Institute of Technical Sciences, 2007’). Read more »

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