Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista
SPSS is a statistical application used in survey authoring and deployment, data mining, collaboration and deployment, statistical analysis, and text analytics. The application is loaded with time saving and efficient analytic techniques to assist users easily find quick insights to data for accurate predictions which translates to better outcomes for individuals as well as organizations.
The newest version of SPSS i.e. SPSS statistics 21 has been designed with new features that will create better predictive models, improve analytical performance, work faster and give more accurate assessments of risks.
One of the notable features of SPSS version 21 includes the Monte Carlo simulation system that:
• simulates datasets from existing data that is inadequate,
• use the simulated data as input for prediction of an outcome,
• adjusts the parameters used in the data simulation for comparisons of multiple outcomes,
• Create predictive models that assist in driving better decisions which reduce risks.
The SPSS statistical package can be programmed using a java plug-in for additional functionality; SPSS statistics can output in a java application. Java can also be used to embed, control and react program logic into SPSS statistics tasks.
SPSS increases the accuracy of analysis through comparisons on two datasets or files to bring out any discrepancies between the two datasets or files. Users can also compare document metadata or make case-by-case comparisons of variable values.
A password application feature in SPSS increases data security by allowing users to protect their data and output files so that only authorized persons can access the information in the SPSS statistics. Improved security features of SPSS means it can be run on UNIX or Linux.
SPSS statistics makes working with large data sets a faster and scalable endeavor which increases overall stability. Scalability and performance is improved through load balancing through the application’s collaboration and deployment services. Ease of use is improved through the single sign-on between the application’s client and server.