IBM SPSS Jobs

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  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    As part of my PhD research, I need to undertake a correlational analysis of two sets of data to determine whether they correlate or not and represent this in charts. This is to prove the hypothesis of my research which is substantially theoretical. The data in question is the records of over a hundred countries on a particular subject and their corresponding records for another subject for a period of fifteen years. Each country is ranked based on its score ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    BACKGROUND: Our company performs market research using head-mounted cameras such as Google Glass. We record participants performing tasks as diverse as cooking, walking around supermarkets, reading newspapers and cleaning their houses. We then annotate the video footage with points of interest - the ingredients they're adding to the frying pan, the aisle of the supermarket they're currently in, the page they're looking at in the newspaper. We then analyse this data, breaking it down according to our participants ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    The requirements include doing statistical analysis using SPSS for a 20-question survey for 200 participants, Interpreting statistical, preparing tables and graphs as appropriate. Thank you
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    Hello, This job requires inputting data into a .sav spreadsheet in order for me to conduct an SPSS analysis. A survey has been conducted and there are 175 responses. Each input requires the data for 15 questions to be entered. The questions are in the attached PDF document. Demographic variables are questions 84-94 age, race, country of birth, religion, level of religious belief, months employed, education, sex, shift, stress, job satisfaction. Dependent variables are questions 67, 68, 69 and 70 ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Hi We are looking for an experienced researcher and statistical analysis expert. We have a huge amount of data we have gathered over the past years for our advertising and marketing campaigns. We would like the data analyzed, and present us with some recommendations we could use in our future campaigns. Your job will be to look for patterns within the data and also to easily graph and report on the data so our managers can take proactive action using ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    I have a set of 6 SPSS .sav files which I'd like to combine into one master file. The same questions are asked across multiple files, but with different variable names, so you'll probably need to do some scripting to combine everything. I can provide some guidance on reading the questionnaires, but you'll mostly be expected to work independently. I'd also like to create a number of derived variables. For example, if a person answered "c ...
  • Hourly – More than 6 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Description: We are a US-based market research company seeking a seasoned expert in applying advanced statistical analysis in the context of quantitative market research. The position is part-time and home-based. Responsibilities: • Auditing the assumptions, methodologies, sample selections, survey designs, data and written analyses used and produced by our team of researchers. • Coaching our quantitative team to improve their methods and output. • Suggesting and performing complex analysis. Requirements: • Available for short projects with quick turn-around (required). • Reliable computer and high-speed internet ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – 30+ hrs/week – Posted
    OVERVIEW We have three separate datasets that need statistical analyses to help us confirm hypotheses and make decisions for future strategy DETAILS The three data sets are not large, and the hypotheses simple enough that it only requires one or two analyses using SPSS. A brief description is given here for your info so you can show examples that are similar and price accordingly: A) Numerical responses from a set of psychological surveys for 30 students, with 36 items in ...
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