Best book for learning SPSS? Do you want a beginner's book? If you are a novice, but are studying Stats for the long haul, Field's book is the best choice. It is not written for 15.0, but I don't think it matters in this case, since the theory he covers hasn't changed. If you need point and click for 15.0, then Norusis is the best choice. Pallant has a great reputation for being an easy read, but is only the best choice if you are taking only one Stats class, and it is not important that you have a 15.0 book.
In 2000 our CEO, John, wanted to create an organisation that would radically reimagine the relationship between people and technology. This Christmas, to celebrate our 20-year journey, we’ll be sharing a few key moments from our story. There will be one to discover each day.
I enjoyed my chat with @TalkPython: Episode #290 Side Hustles for Data Scientists http://disq.us/t/3stngey
This was a great opportunity to compare/contrast BI and Predictive with @bradbox and the folks at @endava.
In our new episode of #TechReimagined, Keith McCormick & Dan Pelos discuss how data can be used to support and grow businesses, by focusing on predicting not only the long-term, but also the likelihood of something happening tomorrow.