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The course is a special course in Applied Statistics for Social Scientists and BusinessProfessional and Using SPSS v20. The course is equally important to the beginners andadvanced learners in Statistics, Social Sciences, Business and Management andQualitative Data Analysis who want to blend their experimentation with their modelingand analysis using SPSS. The main objective of the course is to introduce the Theory andApplication of Statistics and how to use the powerful Statistical Tool, SPSS. Objective ofthe course is specifically to develop strong academic knowledge in Applied Statisticsand Qualitative Data Analysis Using SPSS.The course is planned in three sections: 12 Weeks/Three Month Long Sessions Eight Week/Two Months Sessions Four Weeks/One Month Sessions Registration Open: Registration starts today: April 12, 2012 Registration ends: May 30, 2012 Course Begins: Jun 02, 2012Main contents are: Nature of Qualitative Data Exploratory Statistics Regression Analysis and Diagnostics Factor Analysis Regression Models with Limited Dependent VariableAll these topics will be discussed in context of SPSSThe course fee structure is designed;For Individuals: Default (Pre-selected topics): 200GBP for three months, Can Be Requested via email: 250 for two months Can Be Requested via email: 300 for One Month SpecialFor Groups/Institutions: Default: 700GBP for Three Months, Can Be Requested : 500 for Two MonthsSelected topics will be offered during the two and One Month courses, and is optionalfor Three Month course. Additional topics would also be covered.
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