SPSS Data Analysis Class Training Workshop Tutorial For Research. Data analysis is a crucial process in decision making for solving public and environmental health problem. With the existing of the data in the system and information technology, public health practitioner needs a clear understanding of the data analysis for measuring the performance and testing hypothesis related to the data obtained. In the practical world, everything has linked the graphics, statistics, and data and this analysis skill encourages the practitioner to dig deeper and ask more questions, improving their chance of making breakthrough discoveries in your data.
We provide FREE ONLINE LEARNING (For revision and continuous coach with our trainers)
We teach you the calculation idea behind the algorithm of SPSS
We share with you technical ideas on SPSS application for your research studies Master and PhD
We offer very competitive prices for consultation based data analysis
Who benefit from this course?
This workshop is offer for postgraduate students who are involved in quantitative data analysis. If you are involved in qualitative research, you might expand your idea to include quantitative techniques. This workshop will also be valuable for researchers, academicians, and consultants involved in quantitative data analysis.
How will I get benefited from this?
At the end of the workshop, participant would be able to:
Differentiate between parametric and nonparametric statistics.
Understand how the SPSS program works.
Input data into SPSS and save it.
Perform an analysis by using SPSS.
Interpret the data output.
Report the statistical results correctly.
Who is the Speaker/ Trainer?
SPSS Data analyst (experienced for more than 10 years in multiple research portfolio)
Researcher and Academic Staff from the Ministry of Health Malaysia (KKM)
International Reviewer (Journal of Pain Research, Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Managment and many more)
An academic writer in International Journal (Field of Medicine and Health Sciences)
Hold private and national grant for research collaboration