Essential tools for statistical analysis
IBM® SPSS® Statistics Base is statistical analysis software that delivers the core capabilities you need to take the analytical process from start to finish. It is easy to use and includes a broad range of procedures and techniques to help you increase revenue, outperform competitors, conduct research and make better decisions.
SPSS Statistics Base provides essential statistical analysis tools for every step of the analytical process.
SPSS Statistics Screenshots
A redesigned landing page makes it easy to find the SPSS Statistics features you need quickly.
Style Output UI
Use conditional formatting to highlight cell background and text within tables based on the cell value.
Draw attention to specific results by applying attributes such as color to individual table cells or rows.
Monte Carlo simulation enables you to generate heat maps automatically when displaying scatterplots in which the target, the input or both are categorical.
A comprehensive range of statistical procedures
Sophisticated reporting functionality
Powerful visualization capabilities
Support for all types of data
Make decisions anytime, anywhere and improve model accuracy
IBM SPSS Statistics Base enables users to view analytical results on their smart devices for data-driven decision making wherever they happen to be. The latest release also provides additional simulation modeling techniques to improve modeling and risk analysis, and numerous enhancements to strengthen overall performance. SPSS Statistics Base now offers:
Easily consumable analytical output
More powerful simulation modeling
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IBM SPSS Statistics for Linux on System z
Get IBM® SPSS® Statistics for Linux on System z to access, manage and analyze high volumes of data. This version combines the advanced analytical power of SPSS Statistics with the security, availability and stability of the System z platform, enabling your organization to make accurate decisions faster and deploy them throughout the enterprise.
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