SPSS Statistics Base forms the foundation for many types of statistical analyses, allowing a quick look at data and its easy preparation for analysis. Easily build charts with sophisticated reporting capabilities, formulate hypotheses for additional testing, clarify relationships between variables, create clusters, identify trends and make predictions.
The below functionalities are available in SPSS Base:
Data Access and Management
Import data from Microsoft Excel, Text and many more formats, Export output to Microsoft Word / Power Point / Excel / PDF etc. View interactive SPSS output on smart devices (smartphones/tablets), Command syntax editor, Work with multidimensional pivot tables/report cubes, Unicode support, Very long text strings, Text Wizard, Change text attributes such as fonts, colors, bolding, italics and others, "Apply splitters through the Data Editor to more quickly, and easily understand wide and long datasets", Read recent versions of SAS files, Export data files to SAS.
Graphs – 2D & 3D Bar / Pie / Line and Box plot, Scatter plot, Density Charts & Quality, Control Charts and many more Graphboard template chooser- Heat map, ribbon, bubble, surface, binned, hex binned scatter plots, clustered box plots and many more. Mapping (Improve your ability to target, forecast, and plan by geographic area, as well as expand your reporting capabilities using pre-built map templates and support for ESRI files in SPSS Statistics Base.). Time Series Charts, ROC analysis, Overlay and dual Y charts, Panelled charts, Generate Heat map automatically when displaying scatter plots in which the target or the input, or both, are categorical, Auto and Crosscorrelation Graphs
Case Summaries, Codebook, Enhanced control over output when exporting to MS Office, Export model as XML to SmartScore, Export to Word/Excel/ PowerPoint, Improved performance for Large Pivot Tables, Output Scripting, Reports Summaries in Rows & Columns, Search and replace, Table to Graph Conversion, Use drop-down lists for easier access to different layers, Set a column width for all pivot tables and define text wrapping, Add footnotes and annotations, Use one of 16 pre-formatted TableLooks for quick and consistent formatting of results, "Interact with reports and use models and code
Frequencies, ANOVA (in syntax only), Automatic Linear Models (ALM), Cluster, Correlate- bivariate, partial, distances, Crosstabs ,Define variable sets, Descriptive Ratio Statistics (PVA), Descriptives, Discriminant analysis, Enhanced Model Viewer On Two-Step Cluster and New Non-parametrics, Explore, Factor analysis, Improved performance for Frequencies, Crosstabs, Descriptives(Statistics Base Server), Matrix Operations, Means, Nearest Neighbor Analysis, New Non-Parametric Tests, Chi-Square, Binomial, Runs, Kolmogorov-Smirnov, Mann-Whitney U, Kruskal Wallis, Wilcoxon, Sign, Friedman, Kendall’s W and Cochran’s Q ,Generate pivot table output for non-parametric procedures, Linear Models, one way ANOVA, Ordinal Regression (PLUM), Ordinary Least Squares Regression, PP Plots, QQ Plots, Ratio, Reliability analysis, ROC Curve, Rule Checking on Secondary SPC Charts, Summarize data, T Tests - Paired Samples, Independent Samples, One-Samples, Cluster Analysis (Two Step, K-Means, Hierarchical), Enhanced Monte Carlo Simulation to improve model accuracy
What's New in SPSS Statistics 24.0