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    pinky
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    Hi,
    I would like do a assignment regarding the difference between SPSS and Minitab.
    Anyone pls help to the comparision between both software!
    For example SPSS don’t have Z test and GRR.

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    #138733

    Ritz
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    You want us to do the assignment for you? For a modest sum I’d be happy to, and include an executive summary for no extra charge.  How much are you willing to spend?

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    #138734

    BTDT
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    Pinky:You are in luck, both companies offer full versions of time-limited trial versions of their software.SPSS trial version is available for 14 days at:http://www.spss.com/downloads/Papers.cfm?ProductID=00035&Name=SPSS_Base&DLType=Demohttp://spss.en.softonic.com/ie/37554
    Minitab evaluation version is available for 30 days at:http://www.minitab.com/products/minitab/14/demo/While you are at it you can try to get trial versions of other software. I would advise installing Minitab and evaluate it first before installing SPSS. This will give you about 2 weeks to evaluate each program.The programs should be evaluated based on existing statistical software at your company, functionality, ease of use, support, cost and scalability. List the functionality according to the information packets available from each website and augment that information with your own evaluations.Cheers, BTDT

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    #139948

    Stephens
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    Are there any SPC/Statistical programs for under $500 that you could recommend?  I love Minitab and SPSS, but the department I am in does not have a budget that allows that, this year.  I just need Control Charts and basic analysis.  I can use Excel, but something a little easier would be great.  Thanks for your consideration.

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    #139955

    lin
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    There are a number of Excel based SPC programs out there that make it easy to do control charts and other stats in an Excel environment.  Just search “spc excel” to see what is available.

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    #139956

    Stephens
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    Thanks Bill,
    I was looking for any recomendations that anyone has.  There are many programs available as add-ons, some are pricey.  I thought I could save the time of downloading all the free trials and narrow it down to just a couple.  I am looking at SigmaXL right now and it looks pretty good.

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    #139958

    lin
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    Two others to look at: SPC for MS Excel and SPC IV Excel.

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