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SPSS Premium

Product Name: SPSS Statistics Premium
Versions: 24, 23, 22 - older versions may still be available.
Company Name: IBM, Inc.
Platform: Windows XP or later. Mac OS X.6 or later. Linux.
Description: IBM SPSS Statistics is statistical software used to solve business and research problems by means of ad-hoc analysis, hypothesis testing, and predictive analytics. Organizations use it to understand data, analyze trends, forecast and plan to validate assumptions and drive accurate conclusions.

SPSS Premium includes these SPSS modules:

Base, Advanced, Regression (the SPSS Standard package distributed in earlier license years)

Complex Samples
Custom Tables
Data Preparation
Decision Trees
Direct Marketing
Exact Tests
Missing Values
Neural Networks

Standalone products also included in this SPSS Premium license, but with separate installers are:

Sample Power
Visualization Designer

Expiration Date: This license expires annually on August 31.
Who Is Eligible: Any U-M department may purchase SPSS Premium for teaching and academic research only. Our license does not cover administrative, business or contract use.

Faculty, Staff and Students may purchase SPSS Premium for installation at home through the U-M Computer Showcase.

Personal Use: Individuals must purchase a license for use at home through the U-M Computer Showcase.
Cost: See the departmental order form below.

Individuals please contact the U-M Computer Showcase.

Upgrades: Current license holders may upgrade to newer versions at no license cost. There will be a charge for installation media if required.
Support/Documentation: Installation issues should be directed to vendor technical support.

Help with statistics using SPSS, other than installation issues, may be obtained from Consulting for Statistics, Computing & Analytics Research (CSCAR) by calling 764-STAT (764-7828) or sending e-mail to

Consulting for Statistics, Computing & Analytics Research (CSCAR) provides free statistical consulting to all UM faculty, staff, and graduate students with the design, planning, analysis, and presentation of research studies.

CSCAR also presents workshops on statistical methods, statistical software, qualitative data analysis and geographic information systems. Fall, Winter and Spring workshop offerings include SAS, SPSS, Stata, SEM and Analysis with R.

Visit the CSCAR web page for current offerings for additional information.

Consulting for Statistics, Computing & Analytics Research (CSCAR)
3550 Rackham Building West
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Information, appointments and workshop registration (734)764-7828

Ordering Information: Departmental Order Form
Inquiries: Please send questions to


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