All posts for the month November, 2010

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Multiple Regression

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to run a multiple regression in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Simple Regression

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to run a simple regression in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Partial Correlation

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to run a partial correlation in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Pearson’s Correlation

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to run a Pearson’s correlation co-efficient test in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Scatterplots

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to produce scatterplots in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

How to Turn on, Set Up and Run an Experiment on the Eyelink 1000

Gem has put together an excellent introductory guide detailing how to use an Eyelink 1000 machine. I’ve been handing it out to undergraduates, postgraduates, and staff learning the system left, right and centre. It’s a quick and easy reference for people to use when still getting to grips with the technicalities and finer details of […]

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Calculating z-scores

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to calculate z-scores by hand in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Reciprocal Transformation

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to run a reciprocal transformation in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Natural Logarithm Transformation

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to run a natural logarithm transformation in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below:

SPSS/PASW Statistics e-Tutorial – Square Root Transformation

I’ve uploaded a video YouTube tutorial/guide for how to run a square root transformation in SPSS/PASW. You can view it below: