IBM SPSS Statistics

IBM SPSS Statistics

4.51

(552)

What isIBM SPSS Statistics?

Price Starts from

$99.00

IBM SPSS Statistics is best for:

Accounting
Best For All Business Sizes
Supports Multiple Platforms

The top things reviewers say:

Great value for money
Great ease of use
Great functionality

IBM SPSS Statistics is a cloud-based data analysis engine that helps individuals and enterprises by providing statistical foresight to improve efficiency across the business. Designed for businesses of all sizes, it offers solutions including fraud mitigation, risk management and enterprise data offloading. IBM SPSS Statistics enables optimization of hiring processes through big data and machine-learning algorithms. Its database management modul...

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How much doesIBM SPSS Statistics cost?

Price starts from $99.00

Free trial: available

Free version: unavailable

What training doesIBM SPSS Statistics offer?

This vendor has not provided training information.

What features doesIBM SPSS Statistics offer?

Top IBM SPSS Statistics features and user ratings for each are:

High Volume Processing

5.0

(4)
Statistical Analysis

4.8

(53)
Reporting & Statistics

4.7

(34)
Reporting/Analytics

4.5

(64)
Data Visualization

4.2

(63)
Data Discovery

4.8

(10)
Predictive Analytics

4.5

(31)
Budgeting/Forecasting

4.9

(7)
Ad hoc Reporting

4.4

(16)
Data Cleansing

4.4

(23)
Collaboration Tools

4.4

(9)
Dashboard

4.5

(8)
Key Performance Indicators
Predictive Modeling

What support doesIBM SPSS Statistics offer?

IBM SPSS Statistics offers the following support options:
  • Email/Help Desk
  • Phone Support
  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
IBM SPSS Statistics does not offer:
  • Knowledge Base
  • Chat
  • FAQs/Forum

What deployment options doesIBM SPSS Statistics offer?

IBM SPSS Statistics offers the following deployment options:

Cloud, SaaS, Web-Based
Windows (Desktop)
Mac (Desktop)
Linux (Desktop)

IBM SPSS Statistics does not offer:

Chromebook (Desktop)
iPhone (Mobile)
Android (Mobile)
iPad (Mobile)
Windows (On-Premise)
Linux (On-Premise)

IBM SPSS Statistics Reviews

Overall Rating

4.51

Ratings Breakdown

Secondary Ratings

Ease-of-use

4

Customer Support

4

Value for money

4

Functionality

4.5

Most Helpful Reviews for IBM SPSS Statistics

1 - 5 of 550 Reviews

Kenton

5,001 - 10,000 employees

More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra
This reviewer was invited by us to submit an honest review and offered a nominal incentive as a thank you.

Reviewed May 2021

SPSS - fantastic platform for running statistical analyses.....at a cost

OVERALL RATING

5
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Artyom

Verified reviewer

1,001-5,000 employees

Information Technology and Services

More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra
This reviewer was invited by us to submit an honest review and offered a nominal incentive as a thank you.

Reviewed March 2022

Statistical software for advanced analytics

OVERALL RATING

5.0

EASE OF USE

5.0

VALUE FOR MONEY

4.0

CUSTOMER SUPPORT

4.0

FUNCTIONALITY

4.0

Great platform to do simple and advanced analysis.

PROS

It is great platform for descriptive analysis. SPSS easy can handle large datasets. You can save your codes inside SPSS to use it later.

CONS

It's too expensive. UI looks boring and outdated. Many advanced analytical procedures are not available and it's not as fast as R programming.

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Akshay

Verified reviewer

11-50 employees

Internet

Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra
This reviewer was invited by us to submit an honest review and offered a nominal incentive as a thank you.

Reviewed April 2020

Gets You Results with a Reasonable Learning Curve

OVERALL RATING

5.0

EASE OF USE

4.0

VALUE FOR MONEY

4.0

FUNCTIONALITY

5.0

I used this software for Market Research related applications and this helped me quickly complete the tests and save them as per how I wanted it. In the projects I used it for, it gave out some interesting results and takeaways which helped in business planning.

PROS

1. It literally covers just so many options of tests, from regression to anova and much more. 2. It's like a one stop destination for all queries related to data 3. Can handle massive amounts of data and inputs

CONS

1. A manual/tips section within the software could have eased my learning curve to an extent. 2. UI/UX can be improved 3. High cost

Reasons for switching to IBM SPSS Statistics

Covers more tests etc as compared to MS Excel.

Sreekanta

51-200 employees

Education Management

More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra
This review was submitted organically. No incentive was offered

Reviewed August 2022

It is an effective tool for analysts and researchers to perform their research.

OVERALL RATING

5.0

EASE OF USE

5.0

VALUE FOR MONEY

5.0

CUSTOMER SUPPORT

5.0

FUNCTIONALITY

5.0

It provides fantastic choices for the graphical display. I am happy to use this software for our social research purpose.

PROS

IBM SPSS offers a wide variety of extremely flexible factual models, with the general direct model and a number of calculated relapse models standing out. They enable me to have a single piece of software that can essentially handle all of our information-research requirements. A substantial chunk of the competing factual programming products, including as R, SAS, and Stata, rely heavily on programming languages as their primary feature. Even while learning a programming language takes time, there are some significant benefits. Additionally, the complexity frequently deters me from trying with fresh and out-of-the-box strategies. Before starting our information inquiry, I need to see how our information behaves. The use of graphics to do this is preferred. Using the scatterplots, boxplots, and histograms in IBM SPSS, I can see examples in our data.

CONS

The cost of obtaining SPSS may be prohibitive for some users. In order to properly exploit the abundance of available elements, further planning is typically required. The highlights of the chart are not quite as simple as those of Microsoft Excel. Information on impact size and certainty spans is lacking for some approaches.

Reasons for switching to IBM SPSS Statistics

The statistical dashboard SPSS swiftly displays my data to me. SPSS is incredibly dependable and quick when it comes to providing me with the output.

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Grisell

Verified reviewer

More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra
This reviewer was invited by us to submit an honest review and offered a nominal incentive as a thank you.

Reviewed March 2018

Being in the field of Social Sciences is almost a requirement to get a complet analysis.

OVERALL RATING

3.0

EASE OF USE

3.0

VALUE FOR MONEY

3.0

CUSTOMER SUPPORT

3.0

FUNCTIONALITY

4.0

With SPSS it is possible to collect data, create statistics, analyze management decisions and much more. Gives the opportunity of doing complex analysis and take on prediction models. The capacity of solving problems of applied statistics by brute force or by trying thousands of combinations to finally stay with what is believed to be the best for use.

PROS

The importance of capture and analyze data to create tables and graphs with complex data. Its ability to manage large volumes of data and carrying out text analysis amog other formats. Being able to use the statistical software, with descriptive statistics such as tabulation and crossover frequencies, and correlation tests. The program allows you to take your data and easily create a wide variety of visual effects such as radial boxplots and density graphs.

CONS

In more complex programs you need to have programming knowledge, as well as to make the most laborious calculations. In statistics, often contradictory results can be obtained between different tests. It does not provide the expected results in the expected time. It sometimes leads to unnecessary sophistication by allowing the use of complex techniques to answer simple questions. If the user does not have previous experience using SPSS or if their statistical knowledge is not up to date, it is difficult to understand which options to select. The results reports contain an excessive level of information.