Explore what's new with SPSS Statistics 29


IBM® SPSS® Statistics is a powerful statistical software platform. It offers a user-friendly interface and a robust set of features that lets your organization quickly extract actionable insights from your data. Advanced statistical procedures help ensure high accuracy and quality decision making. All facets of the analytics lifecycle are included, from data preparation and management to analysis and reporting.

Explore the power of statistical analysis in your organization

Explore the power of statistical analysis in your organization (04:47)

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Intuitive user interface

Perform powerful analyses without coding experience using a drag-and-drop interface.

Advanced data visualizations

Build visualizations and easily export to include in multiple file formats to communicate results effectively.

Automated data preparation

Help ensure data is clear, properly organized and ready for analysis.

Efficient data conditioning

Identify invalid values, view patterns of missing data and summarize variable distributions.

Local data storage

Increase data security by storing files and data on your computer rather than in the cloud.

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Discriminant scores scatter

Screen shot showing a discriminant scores scatter in SPSS Statistics

Discriminant scores scatter

Classify groups based on measured characteristics.

Bayesian procedures

Screen shot showing Bayesian procedures in SPSS Statistics

Bayesian procedures

Estimate Bayes factors and posterior distributions for parameters.

Multilayer perceptron (MLP) network

Screen shot showing a multilayer perceptron network in SPSS Statistics

Multilayer perceptron (MLP) network

Predict or classify outcomes using neural network models.

Estimated marginal means

Screen shot showing an estimated marginal means bar chart in SPSS Statistics

Estimated marginal means

Compare group means using a general linear model approach.