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Zelig :Everyone's Statistical Software. GNU DAS. Statistical Lab. Data Analysis with Excel. DataEntry and Analysis. Microsiris. SPSS. PSPP. Methods in social research. Comparing freestat programs. This page shows some output from the programs listed below.

The output is correlations and regression. I did this in November 2006 using the most recent versions of the software at that time. I used a dataset with 4 variables, a subset from PD-Plus, available on my data page. I updated this in November 2008 with OpenStat and added Excel, and updated again in March 2012 with PSPP Using a data set with all cases (no missing values): 1. 2. A. import the .csv file, then call up commands. b. for blanks, Microsiris assigns 1.5 and 1.6 billion, but automatically recognises these values as missing. c. the data dictionary shows 0 decimal places, but if the data actually have decimal places, like 1.23, the number is read as 1.23, with the decimal place.

. , all values of each variable should have the same number of decimal places. 4. 5. 6. All programs give exactly the same correlation coefficients. 1. Return to top This is a sample of papers that use these packages. EasyReg Epidata Epi Info. Free statistical software. From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium Free statistical software is a practical alternative to commercial packages.

In general, free statistical software gives results that are the same as the results from commercial programs, and many of the packages are fairly easy to learn, using menu systems, although a few are command-driven. These packages come from a variety of sources, including governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) like UNESCO, and universities, and are also developed by individuals. Some packages are developed for specific purposes (e.g., time series analysis, factor analysis, calculators for probability distributions, etc.), while others are general packages, with a variety of statistical procedures. This article is a review of the general statistical packages. Brief history of free statistical software These free software packages have been used in a number of scholarly publications.

Reviews of free statistical software Using free statistical software Getting data. Hundreds of Free Sample SPSS Syntax for Download. Note: This website is being frozen (due to lack of space); future developments will be done in the new site:www.spsstools.net.

Please update your link page. SPSS syntax is a must! Are you aware of the book SPSS Programming and Data Management? Don't satisfy yourself with the Graphic User Interface (GUI)! The GUI is fine (I use it every day); however, using syntax in addition of the GUI can easily increase productivity by a factor of 5 to 10 times for simple jobs. There is something for everybody in the sample syntax's included here: Suggestions and code contributions are welcomed. The syntax files are broadly classified by purposes as follows: I have not necessarily checked each and every file found here. When I have the information, I show the name (and email address) of the authors of syntax I did not write. ** Important Download Instructions ** Note: At the suggestion of a visitor, I have changed the extension of the *.sps files to *.txt, this makes it easier to look at the files online.