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YouTube contains numerous demonstrations of how to do things with SPSS. If you search for the procedure you want (e.g. ‘contingency tables’ or ‘chi square or ‘t-test’ or ‘scatterplot’) and add ‘SPSS’ to the search term, you will find the help you need. Here are some that are relevant to Chapter 21
If you are using a different software package, for example, R, SAS, STATA or Excel, you can also find a great deal of help on the internet, by searching by the name of the software package and the procedure. For example, a search for ‘correlation coefficient’ with the name of each of these software tools generates the following hits: