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Statistical data modeling tool.
Manage and handle SPSS file data.
Model the data statistically.
Stats Genius is an app to help any social scientist determine the correct statistical test for their data. The app then provides a walk-through for...
Convert Lotus 1-2-3 files to Excel, Access, SPSS, FoxPro, DBF, HTML, XML, and SQL.
Define, design, and create customizable data dictionaries for SPSS, SAS, and STATA data sets.
Get statistics for a set of numbers quickly.
Convert Paradox files to Excel, Access, SPSS, FoxPro, DBF, Lotus 1-2-3, and SQL.
Big Blue is looking to SPSS to improve its capabilities in business analytics and forecasting.
SPSS may generate incorrect results on Intel-based Macs
Mac OS X 10.3.4: More on SPSS issues, password problems
Mac OS X 10.3.4 (#12): SPSS issues, downgrading; Disabled mute button on some iBooks
NetGenesis, a provider of Web measurement software and consulting, says it has agreed to be bought by SPSS, an analytical technology company, in a stock deal worth $44.6 million. Under terms of the deal, SPSS will issue about 2.4 million shares of common stock to NetGenesis shareholders, worth about $1.80 per share. The deal, subject to shareholder approval, is expected to close by the end of 2001. By acquiring NetGenesis, SPSS will make a big push into the analytic customer relationship management market. It will combine NetGenesis' Web-based data analysis with its data-mining and predictive-analytics services for data warehouses, call centers and marketing automation systems. The company, which recently entered a Web research partnership with AOL Time Warner, plans to combine NetGenesis' business with its analytics division, CustomerCentric Solutions.
Odds & Ends: Photoshop and A-Dock; QuickTime tip; Obtaining the DVD Player update; SPSS 10.0 and QuickTime 5
SPSS 10 doesn't run under Classic: a workaround
Software company Sagent announced Monday the appointment of Chris Hamlin as vice president and general manager of data mining and data quality. Hamlin comes to Mountain View, Calif.-based Sagent from SPSS, where he led the Chicago-based software company's global strategic partnering efforts. Sagent's new hire comes amid growing competition to refine corporate data--an emerging technology niche that some say could revolutionize e-commerce. A number of start-ups are angling to streamline and simplify conflicting, duplicated and otherwise botched files--an unseemly plague known as "dirty data." After the data gets cleaned up, other companies use statistical analysis to uncover hidden patterns in seemingly random information--a process known as "data mining."
SPSS has agreed to acquire Jandel Scientific Software, a privately-held producer of software tools for scientists. The transaction is expected to be done as a pooling of interests valued at approximately $9 million. The parties expect to conclude the transaction by the end of November.