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Overview of SPSS Dimensions

SPSS recently announced the release of SPSS Dimensions 4.0, the latest incarnation of its enterprise survey and analysis suite that does everything from helping you create surveys to analyzing the data to generating reports. Before looking into the new features introduced in version 4.0, I thought it might first be interesting to explore the basic…

SPSS 15: Has Bells and Whistles, Will Go Mainstream?

New article by Stephen Swoyer today on the The Data Warehousing Institute web site about SPSS’s goal of becoming more "mainstream," partly based on the results of its integration of desktop analytic applications and server-based predictive analytics applications such as Clementine and Predictive Enterprise Services. It also highlights SPSS 15’s ability to be integrated into…

Tim Macer reviews E-Tabs Autograph 2.0

U.K. based Research journal reviewer Tim Macer recently published a review of ETabs AutoGraph 2.0, a program designed to assist in the “desktop creation of indivudual or repetitive charts and tables from most industry-standard tables for output to Excel or Powerpoint including Quantum, Merlin through TabsML, Pulse Train’s XtabsML, Wincross, Quanvert, Snap, Dimensions, Mentor, and…

Tim Macer reviews Monitor Group’s MarketSight

In the June, 2006 issue of issue of the Market Research Society’s Research Magazine, Tim Macer reviewed Monitor Group’s MarketSight, a web based survey analytic tool for researchers and end-users, with an emphasis on interactive hypothesis testing. Tim liked the expert-system approach which automatically applies appropriate statistical tests, the highly intuitive interface which makes analysis quick…

Tim Macer reviews Merlinco’s MerlinPlus

In the May, 2006 issue of issue of the Market Research Society’s Research Magazine, Tim Macer reviewed Merlinco’s MerlinPlus, a powerful end-user analysis suite which can be fed either by surveys in industry-standard formats or by data collected using built-in modules for web surveys, handheld CAPI, touchscreen self-completion or simple standalone CATI. Tim liked the easy…