# Temporary free initial analysis of SPSS data

Currently I am working on a program that will perform multiple tests on a single SPSS data file. I would like to test this out now. To do this I need some real-world SPSS data files.

If you can send me your SPSS data file, I will run an analysis on:

- each variable separately
- each possible combination of two variables, and
- all potential paired variables.

The results are stored in an Excel spreadsheet. For each analysis the following information is provided:

- Name of Test used
- Test statistic,
- p-value (sig.)
- degrees of freedom (if applicable)
- Effect size used
- Rule of thumb interpretation of effect size
- Rough interpretation of test result
- Link to specific section of PeterStatistics.com to learn how to do further analysis.

Note that only omnibus tests are performed, so you would still need to perform post-hoc tests if desired.

This is NOT a report you can just copy as final findings. It should be used to see some potential interesting variables to compare and should be followed by a more detailed analysis. This is why the links are included.

You get all this, if you can send me your SPSS data file, but a few conditions:

- Only variables with ‘type’ as ‘numeric’ The analysis can only be done with variables that are ‘numeric’.
- No value labels with numbers So for an ordinal variable do not use 1=1, 2=2, etc. in the values.
- Number of variables might be limited. I’ve tested so far with 200 variables, not sure if it can cope with more. But can try.

There are no guarantees on the results. Send your SPSS data file to: stikpet@gmail.com. You can of course remove any confidential variables.

I would appreciate some feedback after you receive the results.

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