Computing Variables in SPSS

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  1. Khalid Zaveri said:

    thanks bhai log

    May 25, 2019
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  2. TheRepairSpecialist said:

    Fantastic vid thanks. I need a little help though! I need to create a variable that measures the difference in time between one date and a few years later (Date from participant recruitment to date of hospital admissions later. I need to use this difference in time , in years, for each participant as the new variable. Could you help? Im scratching my head!!!! Many thanks Craig

    May 25, 2019
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  3. Isabella Lapenna said:

    Hi I have computed a psychopathy measure into 2 groups (secondary and primary) based on both psychopathy and anxiety scores. However, when I perform a one-way anova on these two new groups I have missing F and sig values, do you know why?

    May 25, 2019
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  4. Gen Mystical said:

    Thank you from Iraq

    May 25, 2019
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  5. anton-ioan m said:

    Please check the sound is loud enough! I can barely hear the wonderful things you are explaining :/

    May 25, 2019
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  6. Ezaz Fatemi said:

    Thank you so much from IRAN, perfect as always

    May 25, 2019
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  7. David Nowacek said:

    Question: once you have computed a new variable from existing variables, it does not appear that SPSS automatically recalculates the new variable if you make a change to one of the variables used to calculate it. Is there a way to have SPSS automatically recalculate, as Excel does?

    May 25, 2019
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  8. Lin Reimann said:

    Is there a way to compute the standard deviation of more than 15 variables? It is not practical when the data set is large and I can only compute 15 at a time….

    May 25, 2019
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  9. Zulfiquer Ahmed Amin said:

    Thanks. Suppose, I want to know the satisfaction level of patients by 15 questions. Value of each question in Likert Scale ranges from 1-5. Thus from 'Compute Variable', by summing up of scores of all questions, I find value of SATISFACTION. Now, I want to divide SATISFACTION into 2: Scores equal or above 60% as SATISFIED and points below 60 as DISSATISFIED. How can I do it in SPSS? Please help me

    May 25, 2019
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  10. g s said:

    How can I compute a number of variables with a certain response for those variables? I want to get the positive response rate(likert scale1-5) for a number of variables that make up a dimension with only the positive responses calculated..i.e. 4's and 5's

    May 25, 2019
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  11. Jessica Williams said:

    The different functions and capabilities within the function groups is nice. It seems relatively easy to extract the data in SPSS.

    May 25, 2019
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  12. Bhatti Saleem Raza said:

    Very nice and informative video of SPSS for learners. Saleem Raza Bhatti

    May 25, 2019
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  13. DENNIS Z said:

    Dr Grande, your videos have solved quite a number of my spss problems. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU.

    May 25, 2019
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  14. Zoraida Obregon said:

    I liked the video very much but I wonder how to get the data you are using in order to best follow your tutorial.

    May 25, 2019
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  15. Adam Wilson said:

    SPSS clearly has enormous potential, but the number of options can make it quite overwhelming. Thank you for a bit of clarity.

    May 25, 2019
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  16. Thomas Starr said:

    I find it interesting that SPSS holds onto the information in the dialogue boxes. I understand why but I am going to have to remember to delete the last information process each time. Helpful video.

    May 25, 2019
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  17. Adam Wilson said:

    Thanks for the tutorial Dr. Grande.

    May 25, 2019
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  18. Mark Vanderley said:

    a very useful function going to have to explore this one some more

    May 25, 2019
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  19. Gregory Elliott said:

    With no experience ever using SPSS, I'm hoping these videos lead us toward the capabilities we'll need in order to complete the first homework assignment. Everything makes basic sense, but this could get overwhelming pretty quickly.

    May 25, 2019
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