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Presenting Data with IBM SPSS Custom Tables (V20) (0G170G)

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Introduction to STATISTICS Tables

  • Explain table structure and terminology used in STATISTICS Custom Tables
  • Explain the level of measurement of variables
  • Describe at least 3 common table formats

Tables Basics

  • Explain the basic components of the Table Builder interface
  • Describe the basic features of the Summary Statistics and Categories and Totals dialog boxes
  • Add summary statistics and a total for a categorical variable
  • Tables for Categorical Variables
  • Create a crosstabulation
  • Request additional summary statistics and totals
  • Control the labels and display formats of the summary statistics
  • Change the summary statistics display dimension and hide the summary statistics labels

Stacking, Nesting and Layers

  • Create tables with stacking
  • Create tables with nesting
  • Create tables with layers
  • Tables for Scale Variables
  • Stack scale variables
  • Create tables for scale summaries grouped in categories
  • Use multiple summary statistics and obtain different statistics for different scale variables

Totals, Subtotals, and Categories

  • Create totals and subtotals for categorical variables
  • Hide categories for subtotals
  • Sort categories
  • Exclude categories

Computing New Categories

  • Compute differences within the Custom Tables procedure
  • Compute ratios within the Custom Tables procedure
  • Compute cumulative percents within the Custom Tables procedure
  • Nest tables with shared categories

Tables for Variables with Shared Categories

  • Change the category position of variables
  • Request summary statistics and totals for tables with shared categories
  • Create tables with percents and means
  • Create tables for variables with shared categories without labels

Multiple Response Sets

  • Define multiple response sets in STATISTICS
  • Create multiple response tables in Custom Tables
  • Create multiple response co-occurrence tables in Custom Tables
  • Create tables with multiple response sets and other variables

Test Statistics

  • Use the Tests of Independence test
  • Use the Compare Column Proportions test
  • Use the Compare Column Means test

Formatting and Editing Tables Within Custom Tables

  • Modify data column width
  • Modify data cell appearance
  • Hide small cell counts
  • Add titles, captions, and corner texts to a table

Formatting and Editing Tables Outside of Custom Tables

  • Use the features of the Pivot Table Editor
  • Change the orientation of labels
  • Modify the cell and table properties of a table
  • Change the default TableLook applied to pivot tables

Missing Values

  • Explain the default handling of missing values
  • Include missing values in tables
  • Obtain net totals

Moving Tables to Other Software

  • Use the clipboard to move output from STATISTICS to other applications
  • Use the Export Output facility to export pivot tables
  • Use the functionality of the Output Management System to control, manage, and export output from STATISTICS

Introduction to Tables Syntax

  • Create and run syntax
  • Describe and use the features of the Syntax Editor

Using Syntax for Recurring Analyses

  • Produce multiple tables using syntax
  • Make simple changes to syntax
  • Obtain syntax from the Journal File
  • Describe and use the features of the Production Job dialog box

Special Purpose Tables

  • Create tables for comparing specific groups
  • Create tables for cell suppression
  • Create tables for differences between variables
  • Create tables for proportions (ratios)
  • Create tables for differences in variable counts

Tips for Tables

  • Explain the impact of initial variable placement
  • Create more spacing between stacked variables
  • Create tables with percents and means
  • Create charts from tables and view large tables

Advanced Tables Editing

  • Navigate to the IBM SPSS Community website
  • Use the censor tables extension
  • Use the modify tables extension