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					    An Introduction
           to
    spss & endnote

1                      Rachel S. Shi
          PhD student (ISEM) @ HKBU
                           Oct. 2012
AGENDA
Basic SPSS skills
     Input data
     Compute Mean & Standard Deviation
     Plot pie chart & histogram
     Run a regression model


Endnote skills
   Install free-license version
   Create new reference (manually & import from
    Internet)
   Cite while you write

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Brief introduction to Qualtrics
Basic spss skills
SPSS - Statistical Package for the Social Sciences

Definition:
   SPSS is a computer program used for survey
    authoring and deployment, data mining, text
    analytics, statistical analysis, and collaboration and
    deployment. (Wikipedia)




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Basic spss skills – input data
Go to Dr.Vincent’s website and download the data
 file: www.hkbu.edu.hk/~vwschow
  (Lecture notes – ISEM3120 – Data set 1 & Sample
  Questionnaire)


Input Data
   Open SPSS (close the excel file first)
   Open an existing data source – OK
   Select your data file (in case of excel file, you need to
    change the “File of type” to Excel (*.xls,*.xlsx,*.xlsm))
   Another way to open data:
    File – Open – Data                                          4
Basic spss skills –
Compute Mean & Standard Deviation
Mean – the sum of the values divided by the
 number of values.

   Example: Compute the Mean of Factor 2 (Q14-Q18)
     1. Transform – Compute Variable
     2. Give a name for target variable: MN_F2
     3. Function group: All
     4. Functions and special variables: Mean (double click)
     5. We get the formula of Mean in Numeric Expression: MEAN(?,?)
     6. Select Q14-Q18 to replace the “?” in the formula, Qs should be
  separated with a “,”
     7. Click OK
     8. Then we can see the mean of Factor2 (MN_F2) in the last          5
  column of the data file.
Basic spss skills –
Compute Mean & Standard Deviation
Standard Deviation – shows how much variation
 exists from the average (mean value).

   Example: Compute the Standard Deviation of Factor 2 (Q14-Q18)
    1. Transform – Compute Variable
    2. Give a name for target variable: SD_F2
    3. Function group: All
    4. Functions and special variables: Sd (double click)
    5. We get the formula of Mean in Numeric Expression: SD(?,?)
    6. Select Q14-Q18 to replace the “?” in the formula, Qs should be
  separated with a “,”
    7. Click OK
    8. Then we can see the Standard Deviation of Factor2 (SD_F2) in
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  the last column of the data file.
Basic spss skills –
Compute Mean & Standard Deviation
Another way to compute Mean & Std. Deviation
   Analyze – Descriptive Statistics – Frequencies
   Select the variables you would like to compute, in this
    case, Q14 – Q18
   Click Statistics
   Check “Mean” and “Std. deviation”, and click Continue
   Click OK
   Then you can see the result in the output window




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Basic spss skills –
Plot Pie CHART & HISTOGRAM
Pie chart
   Graphs – Legacy Dialogues – Pie
   Select “Summaries of groups of cases”, click Define
   Drag the variable you want to plot pie chart into
    “Define slices by”
   Click OK
   Then you can see the pie chart in the output window




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Basic spss skills –
Plot Pie CHART & HISTOGRAM
Histogram
     Graphs – Legacy Dialogues – Histogram
     Select the variable
     Check “display normal curve”
     Click OK
     Then you can see the histogram in the output window




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Basic spss skills –
Run a regression model
Y = aX1 + bX2
   Y: Dependent variable
   X1, X2: Independent variable
   a, b: coefficient




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Basic spss skills –
Run a regression model
Example:
Run a regression modeling with Factor2 (F2),
 Factor4 (F4) and Overall User Satisfaction (OUS)

   Compute the Mean value of F2, F4, and OUS :
    MN_F2, MN_F4, MN_OUS
   Analyze – Regression – Linear
   Put MN_OUS into Dependent
   Put MN_F2 and MN_F4 into Independent
   Read the result: R2, β, Sig.

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Endnote skills
 Endnote is a reference management software
  package, used to manage bibliographies and
  references when writing essays and articles.
                                      (Wikipedia)

 Main purpose for BBA project:
    Manage reference
    Cite reference



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Endnote skills - install
Download Endnote at:
 http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=80620&uk=2
 684802673

Install steps:
   1. Double Click file "ENX4Inst.exe"
   2. Click Next for all except it ask for product code.
       Select install Trial Version
   3. Let it do the install and click finish when it complete
   4. Go to Cracked folder and copy file "EndNote.exe"
   5. Open the folder in which you installed your Endnote.
    (Default folder should be: C:\Program Files\EndNote X4 )
   8. Right click and select "paste"
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   9. You could use Endnote now
Endnote skills - install
Get started with Endnote
   Create a new library (Can save it on your local disk or on
    your finger )
   A library is where you put a set of references.
    (e.g., You can create a library only for one paper)
   To open your library, find the folder where you save your
    library, then double click “My Endnote Library.enl”
   Create new group in your library:
    Right click “My Groups” – “Create Group”



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Endnote skills –
Create new reference
Manually create reference
   Reference – New Reference
   Input the information of a article (i.e., author, year, title,
    journal … )
   Attach a file to a reference


Edit reference
   Double click a reference, or
   Select a reference – right click – Edit Reference


Delete reference
   Drag the reference to Trash, or
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   Select a reference – right click – Move Reference To Trash
Endnote skills –
Create new reference
Import reference from Internet (e.g., Google
 Scholar)
   Open Google Scholar – Settings
    – Search Results
    – Bibliography manager
    – Show links to import citations into “Endnote”


Example: Search articles about “e-commerce”
     Find the paper you want
     Click “Import into Endnote” (Right down corner)
     Double click the downloaded file (.enw)
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     Then you can see the new reference in Endnote
Endnote skills –
Cite reference in a paper
Connect Word with Endnote
   1. Open the folder where you install Endnote
   2. Endnote X4 - Product-Support – CWYW
   3. Find the following two files, and copy
       EndNote Cwyw.dll & EndNote Cwyw.dot
   4. Close Endnote and Open Word
   5. Office Button – Word Options – Trust Center
     – Trust Center Settings – Trusted Locations
   6. Double click “Word 2007 default location: StartUp”
   7. Copy the address
    “C:\Documents and Settings\...\Word\Startup\”
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Endnote skills –
Cite reference in a paper
Connect Word with Endnote (2)
   8. Then close Word
   9. Past the address into one address box, then open
    the folder
   9. Past the two files you copied before into this folder
   10. Now open Word again, you will see Endnote X4 in
    the Menu




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Endnote skills –
Cite reference in a paper
Cite While You Write
     Open your Endnote Library, and then open Word
     Click “Endnote X4” in the Menu of Word
     Insert Citation – Find Citation
     Search the key word of the article you want to cite
     Select the article, and click Insert




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Endnote skills –
Cite reference in a paper
Select the reference style
   Select Endnote X4 in Word menu bar
   Click the small arrow beside Bibliography

   Then you can choose reference style in the “With
    output” drop down menu




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AN BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO
QUALTRICS
Qualtrics software enables users to do any kind
 of online data collection and analysis. (Wikipedia)

Official website: www.qualtrics.com

Get a free account at HKBU Qualtrics:
 http://chtl.hkbu.edu.hk/qualtrics/
   Login with your student ID and password



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