Date: Tue, 21 Oct 1997 01:27:36 GMT
Reply-To: Rick Holigrocki <richardh@CJNETWORKS.COM>
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From: Rick Holigrocki <richardh@CJNETWORKS.COM>
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Subject: SPSS books
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From the SPSS web site I downloaded a list of books that they publish.
I want to purchase a very useful book I used as a graduate student but
I do not recall the title. This book described statistical procedures
in considerable depth and (I think it) ranged from simple statistics
like pairwise t-tests to more complex procedures like Manovas.
Examples were provided as well. From looking at the list, I've
narrowed it down to one of the following:
1> * SPSS Base 7.5 Syntax Reference Guide, ISBN 0-13-656943-9
2> * SPSS 7.5 Guide to Data Analysis, 0-13-656877-7
3> * SPSS 7.5 for Windows Brief Guide, ISBN 0-13-656885-8
Any ideas? My guess is number 2, but I'd rather know for sure before
ordering the book.