Infer an R package for tidyverse friendly statistical inference is now on CRAN. Happy to see this package made onto CRAN. It is a different way to look at inference. Great addition to the tool box.
What if you have a lot of old data files in SPSS form and you do not have SPSS software. You are in luck if you have Rstudio. Current versions of Rstudio load SPSS data files without needing a special library for the task. There are libraries for this task.
To load SPSS data:
Open RStudio, on menu bar choose File, scroll to Import Data set, choose from SPSS.
A window opens to load the data.
Enter file name or url into file/url box.
Preview data in preview window. If it looks okay push the import button. And the data is loaded into Rstudio ready for use.
This is a very useful feature of RStudio.
Written by Ryan J. Winter, A Crash Course in Statistics published by Sage Publications, 2018 is an easy to read, short, concise book. It is just the right book when you want a quick overview of what you have forgotten about Statistics. The code in the book is SPSS available at the book’s web-site at study.sagepub.com/winter .
Covers descriptive Statistics, Chi-Square, t-Test, and ANOVA.
The book can be used as a text-book as it has quizzes at the end of each chapter.
If you do not have SPSS Rstudio will load the SPSS data files ready to use.