Data Analysis: Statistics for Data Analysis or Excel?
Find out in the SPS webinar on February 6, 2020!
What is the most powerful and immediate tool to use for those involved in statistical analysis?
Here you are "Statistics for Data Analysis vs. Spreadsheets”, the SPS live webinar to clarify
Bologna, 30 January 2020 -SPS, historical protagonist of the world of Statistical Analysis, thanks to the constant dialogue with companies interested in the analysis, has found that many still analyze their data using Excel.
Is that the best choice, or is there a more effective way
to get the right information, from clean data?
With thelive webinars
of the6 February 2020 at 11am, SPS will allow the
users to understand the advantages of using Statistics for Data Analysis powered by SPSS, an ad hoc tool for data analysis, compared to a generalist tool such as spreadsheets.
Objectives of the Webinar“Statistics for Data Analysis vs Spreadsheets”
To clarify the main differences between using a spreadsheet and the Solution powered by SPSS, practical examples ofsituations in which there is data to be analyzed and transformed into valuable information.
The specific topics will be:
Data organization in Statistics for Data Analysis and in Excel
Data cleaning and preparation
Overview of the SPSS Statistics Analysis menu
Thereparticipationat the February 6 webinar isfree!
The webinar will be held by Arianna Azzellino, professor ofPolitecnico di Milanowhich has been collaborating with SPS for some time for training activities and for the dissemination of the use of statistics.
“The substantial difference between Statistics for Data Analysis and Excel is that the former is entirely dedicated to data analysis, with much more resources in terms of statistics.
This specificity allows for evident efficacy and efficiency!” he has declaredthe rapporteur Arianna Azzellino.
Azzellino is an expert in data, environmental and biological analysis. He has many years of experience in the field of spatial data management related to modeling and monitoring of environmental and pollution phenomena. In this way, he combined his statistical skills with experiences of analysis using geographic information systems (GIS) and the use of geostatistics for the analysis of environmental data.
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