Download key generator for IBM SPSS Statistics v19.0.0

SPSS Inc. - An international company with headquarters in the U.S., which produces computer software systems using statistical methods and data mining to turn data into useful information. Solutions and software SPSS enables organizations to manage the future based on data about the past, understand the present, and predict potential problems and opportunities.

Norman Nye, Hadley Hull and Dale Bent developed the first version of SPSS Statistics in 1968, then this package is developed within the University of Chicago. The first user manual was published in 1970, published by McGraw-Hill, and since 1975 the project separated into a separate company SPSS Inc. The first version of the package under Microsoft Windows was released in 1992. In 2009, SPSS has made the re-branding of its statistical package, which is now called PASW Statistics (Predictive Analytics SoftWare). July 29, 2009 the company SPSS announced that it has acquired by IBM.

IBM SPSS Statistics 19 (previously SPSS Statistics) provides ample opportunities for data analysis. An intuitive software interface includes all the features of data management, statistical procedures and reporting tools for analysis of any complexity.

A summary of the main characteristics of IBM SPSS Statistics:

Access to data and data management:
Reading Excel files
Reading SAS data files 7, 8, or 9 versions
Ability to work simultaneously with several sets of data
Support for OLE DB data sources
Ability to import and export data in PASW Data Collection Interviewer Web
Access to databases through the use of ODBC (Oracle, SQL Server, IBM AIX)
Unicode Support
Export data to SAS and the current versions of Excel
The constructor exports to the database
Design data restructuring
Designer dates and times
Search for duplicate observations
Visual categorization
Means of copying data properties

• Graphics:
Design diagrams that can quickly create any chart you need
Selection bar graphs, allowing to choose the optimal variant of the graphical representation of your data
Language charting (Graphic Production Language)
Charts for variables with multiple responses
Graphs with two Y axes
ROC curves

Weekend results:
Export results to MS Office: Excel / Word / PowerPoint
Export Results to PDF
Export results in HTML format
Controls output OMS
Ability to view the output results PASW Statistics by other users using PASW Smartreader
Improved syntax editor with support for auto-completion and color-coded commands
Support for programming languages Python and R
Ability to create custom procedures and dialog boxes