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Subject:

ANNOUNCE: SPSS SYNTAX/MACROS/OMS WORKSHOPS 2009

From:

Peter Watson <[log in to unmask]>

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Peter Watson <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 26 Jan 2009 14:27:12 +0000

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Please pass on to any colleagues or e-mailing lists other than allstat, assess-news, spssx-l,
  psychologynetwork-resmethods, radstats or e-social-science-news. Thank You!

ASSESS: SPSS USERS' GROUP
ONE-DAY WORKSHOP: WRITING & USING SPSS SYNTAX
SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, UK, WEDNESDAY 1ST JULY 2009

ONE-DAY WORKSHOP: WRITING AND USING SPSS MACROS and OMS 
SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, UK, THURSDAY 2ND JULY 2009


ASSESS is an independent user group for SPSS, a computer package for analysing and 
presenting data. It is run by users, for users and is completely independent of 
manufacturers of the software. Between 1996 and 2008 ASSESS gave workshops on 
aspects of SPSS including syntax, macros, output management system (OMS) and Python.

Two one day workshops are provisionally planned to be held in the School of Electrical 
and Electronic Engineering, University of Manchester, Sackville Street, Manchester
  on 1st & 2nd July 2009 led by Chris Stride (University of Sheffield) and 
Peter Watson (MRC, Cambridge). These will cover SPSS syntax, macros and the 
output management system (OMS).

The workshops are open to users of SPSS who are familiar with the menu toolbar 
but have limited knowledge of syntax. Workshop topics are at 
http://www.spssusers.co.uk/Events/2008/workshopannounce.html

Both days will be taught in an interactive hand-on workshop-style format,with frequent 
examples and exercises for participants to work through. A full set of notes and 
exercise solutions will also be given to all who attend. If participants have 
SPSS-related queries relating to their own data which they wish to explore, both 
tutors will be willing to (at least attempt to!) answer these at the end of each day.

Dr Chris Stride is the statistician at the Institute of Work Psychology,
University of Sheffield, and has over a decade of experience teaching both
statistics and SPSS to non-statisticians. 
Dr Peter Watson is a statistician at the MRC Cognition and Brain Science Unit in 
Cambridge, has been teaching SPSS for non-statisticians for 15 years and has 
given three talks to the SPSS users group. Chris and Peter led one day SPSS 
workshops at the Universities of Birmingham, Sheffield and Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge 
in 2007-2008.

Each day will run from approximately 9-45am to 4-45pm. The booking fee includes 
mid-morning coffee, buffet lunch and afternoon tea each day but not overnight 
accommodation. Further details will be sent out to delegates upon receipt of 
booking forms.

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                            BOOKING FORM
                     WRITING AND USING SPSS SYNTAX
                       Wednesday July 1st 2009

                 WRITING AND USING SPSS MACROS AND OMS
                       Thursday July 2nd 2009

Important:
Bookings will not be treated as firm until a cheque or official (company) 
order, payable to ASSESS, is received. Note payment can also be made by BACS. 
Details on request. Please indicate if you require a receipt of payment. 
Please note we reserve the right to cancel the workshops if there are 
insufficient numbers.


Name:			                 Tel: 
Email:			                 Fax:

Job Title: 
Organization: 
Address:



                    Postcode


Which workshop are you interested in attending? (Please delete as appropriate)

Syntax workshop/Macros and OMS/Both


(Enter the appropriate amounts below which are for each one-way workshop)

INDIVIDUAL BOOKING. Please reserve a place for me, at a cost of 150 GBP.

CORPORATE BOOKING. (Enter the appropriate amounts) 
Please reserve _______ places, at a cost of ______GBP (150 GBP in total for
  the first person and 125 GBP for upto two subsequent persons).

Names of attendees :	1. 
(for badges)	        2.
 	                3.


STUDENT (POST-GRADUATE) BOOKING. (Enclose photocopied evidence of status
  for 2008-2009 academic year). Please reserve for me one of the student 
places, at a cost of 75 GBP.

Specify vegetarian or other dietary requirements, if any:


Cheque or official order enclosed for ____GBP

For official orders please also give here the number and address for 
invoicing:


Return completed forms to Peter Watson, ASSESS, 15 Chaucer Road, Cambridge CB2 7EF
by FRIDAY 19TH JUNE 2009.

Telephone enquiries about bookings: 01223 355294 x801 (has an answerphone)
E-mail enquiries about bookings: [log in to unmask] 
(important:  put ĎASSESSí in the Subject field)

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One final thing: Chris is also running other courses involving SPSS this
summer, specifically on Multiple Regression and on Multilevel Modelling, as
well as a course on Structural Equation Modelling using MPlus.
For further information and to book a place, go to
http://www.figureitout.org.uk and click on the 'public training courses'
link.


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