[Social-sciences-list] JAWS and SPSS?

Martin, Vincent F vincent.martin at gatech.edu
Tue Feb 21 02:48:14 UTC 2017

I use it for all of my Statistics work.  "R" is probably the most accessible, followed by SAS, but each requires you to learn to program.  With some initial assistance, you can complete your Statistics class with it.

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Hi everyone,
I'll be taking a Psychology stats class in the near future, and I'm wondering if you all could tell me about the status of compatibility between JAWS and SPSS? From what I've researched online, there are JAWS scripts. However, I haven't had any experiences with SPSS myself to go by.
Thanks in advance for your time and assistance, and have a wonderful week!

Best wishes, Miranda
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