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IBM SPSS Statistics (formerly SPSS, i.e. "Statistical Package for the Social Sciences") is a proprietary cross-platform general-purpose statistical software package. [For SPSS Modeler, use 'spss-modeler' tag.]

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model equation with these variables and how can I use SPSS/R for the same ? Is it possible to build model with only these variables? Is there any other way or statistical method to find these volume ? Please reply... Thanks in advance.... …
asked Dec 25 '13 by Arushi
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would be independent variables? How to decide which independent variable would have more impact on the sales? Can we do forecasting using nominal variables? Will dummy coding work? Can we do it in R/SPSS? I would appreciate any kind of help. Thanks in advance. …
asked Apr 19 '14 by Arushi
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I have a data having 2 continuous and 4 categorical variables. Each categorical variable has 3 levels. I want to know how to include the variables in the model. I am using SPSS Variables: Sales …
asked Jul 22 '14 by Arushi
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, and independent variables are categorical variables mentioned above. This analysis is done in SPSS where I have used step-wise and backward regression. Below is the link for the data: https …
asked Sep 1 '14 by Arushi