27th SPSS User's Conference 2013


  • 25 October 2013
  • Alcuin Research Resource Centre (ARRC), University of York
  • Event Details

As part of this ASSESS are aiming to have four half-day workshops involving SPSS on the same day in two parallel sessions (am and pm)  in the PC lab at the same venue and a poster session. A third parallel users' meeting session will be held in the ARRC auditorium on the same day and is intended to consist of papers, software demonstrations (demos) and/or case studies involving the use of SPSS, R or Python software.

The committee welcomes contributions on SPSS-related topics (including R and Python) from all academic and professional fields. They are particularly interested in presentations (e.g. papers, software demos, case studies), workshops and posters.

These may cover areas including medicine, marketing, business, government and the environment, illustrating
graphics such as Chart Builder, GIS Maps, statistical analyses such as multilevel modelling, factor analysis and
analysis of variance applied in SPSS or R, survey work, utility related analyses or data mining, perhaps, using Clementine.
Other areas of interest include practical SPSS or R syntax tips, teaching using SPSS or R, practical examples of using the output management system (OMS) in SPSS, SPSS syntax, macros, Python and/or R with SPSS, performing bootstrapping and simulations in SPSS or R, handling messy data, spreadsheet management, tips on using SPSS or R and
experience using SPSS or R products and procedures.

They are interested in anyone who might like to give a presentation, lead a half-day workshop or give a poster covering these or associated topics. If there is sufficient interest there will be a prize for the best poster. They are also particularly keen to hear from STUDENTS who are SPSS or R users who might be interested in either giving a 30 minute presentation or a poster. As a further incentive to students they will be offering a 100 pound voucher as a prize for the best student presentation and a 50 pound voucher prize for the best student poster.

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