Karachi: Vice Chancellor of Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Prof. Dr. Syed Jawaid Hassan Rizvi, has said that with SPSS predictive analytics software, it is easy to predict with confidence what will happen next so that you can make smarter decisions, solve problems and improve outcomes. It helps universities easily integrate statistical analysis, data and text mining and survey research instruction into the classroom.
Dr. Jawaid Rizvi was expressing his views in regard of the 2day training workshop on Advanced Quantitative Analysis through SPSS and AMOS held at Sir Syed University.
He pointed out that innovative programmes prepare future business leaders to solve tough challenges using industry leading IBM technology. IBM SPSS software enables educators to teach effectively, helps students gain critical analytical skills and supports more accurate and insightful institutional research and decision making.
Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology took part in the 2day online training workshop on Advanced Quantitative Analysis through SPSS and AMOS, organized by Institute of Research Promotion, Lahore. The purpose of the workshop was to train attendees on how to produce various advanced level statistics according to their research needs. Participants will learn how to use SPSS and AMOS for producing quantitative analysis, interpreting values, applying tests and producing results in graphical modelling.
Around 40 participants of Sir Syed University were connected to the other institutions and researchers across the country through this Webinar, HD Video Conference.
The workshop was related to orientation of fundamentals of quantitative analysis. It also focused on Interpretation and writing quantitative findings and building capacity to produce quantitative analysis through software. It helped producing quantitative results in graphical modelling.
Quantitative analysis has become prerequisite to academic research, managerial reports and field analysis. Sophisticated quantitative techniques are applied to report patterns, test significance, infer statistics and present results in graphical models.