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SPSS

SPSS

SPSS is a suite of products for statistical analysis and data management. It enables analysts and researchers to access, prepare, manage, analyze, and report on data in order to solve business and research problems in the context of the analytical process.

It is also the name of the company (SPSS Inc.) that sells it.

SPSS Server 22.0

Price
99 (Maintenance 5)

Size
-
License

Proprietary

Developer
SPSS Inc.

Website
www.spss.com

System Requirements
Memory: 256MB RAM per expected concurrent user
Minimum free drive space: 300MB (includes SPSS Server install, SPSS Server
Minimum CPU: Two CPUs recommended, Pentium class
Required temporary disk space: Calculate by multiplying 2.5 x number of users x expected size of dataset in megabytes

Any Linux OS that meets the following requirements:
- Kernel 2.4.33.3 or higher
- glibc 2.3.2 or higher
- XFree 86-4.0 or higher
- libstdc++5

Browser:
Konqueror 3.4.1, or FireFox 1.0.6 or Netscape 7.2

Support:
Raynald's SPSS Tools , SPSSX List Archives, Resources to use SPSS, SPSS Tutorial, SPSS Developer Central, SPSS Wiki, SPSSlog.com, SPSSforum.com, comp.soft-sys.stat.spss

Selected Reviews:
UCLA ATS Statistical Consulting Group

Features include:

  • Sort and aggregate data inside the database prior to its retrieval for analysis
  • Open multiple XML models created by SPSS, Clementine, or AnswerTree and score new data
  • Filter large amounts of irrelevant data to obtain only features relevant for modeling with the Predictor Selection algorithm
  • Predict classification of cases by treating each variable as independent and equal by using the Naïve Bayes algorithm
  • Reduce network traffic and improve performance with the data-free client feature. Your administrator can confine user-viewing rights to the data dictionary only, while allowing users to conduct all data preparation and analysis from the Data Editor. Users can view, manipulate, and deploy output through the Output Viewer
  • Process large data preparation or analysis tasks when using the SPSS Batch Facility (SPSSB). It’s suited for when server use is low—such as overnight

Read this PDF for a full list of features.

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