Tuesday, April 13, 2021

IBM SPSS Statistics: Product Overview and Insight

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Bottom Line

The classic slogan “nobody ever got fired for buying IBM” holds true for the predictive analytics tool SPSS Statistics. Although it trails behind market leader SAS in sales, it’s a solid, popular option. It offers an impressive array of statistical algorithms and modeling capabilities. While it is still aimed at data scientists rather than regular business users, the new interface is easier to use, and it integrates more easily with Microsoft Office.

In short, it’s for companies that want to do complex, in-depth work, rather than find quick answers – though SPSS is capable of quick response and facile data mining.

In particular, large enterprises that already do business with IBM are especially well suited for IBM SPSS Statistics. The interoperability between this application and other elements of the IBM platform can be expected to be seamless.

Product Description

One of the best-selling predictive analytics tools on the market, IBM SPSS Statistics earns high marks for usability with its recently improved drag-and-drop interface. Now on version 25, it’s a mature, comprehensive tool that allows you to run advanced analytics and create visualizations from the same interface. Multiple licensing and deployment options are available, as is a free 14-day trial.

Key Features

  • Data preparation
  • Bootstrapping
  • Advanced statistics
  • Regression
  • Custom tables
  • Missing values
  • Categories
  • Complex samples
  • Conjoint analysis
  • Exact tests
  • Forecasting
  • Decision tree
  • Direct marketing
  • Neural networks

Editions Available

Base, Standard, Professional and Premium.

Integrations

Extensions allow integration with R and Python, and it also integrates with Microsoft development tools and Excel.

Delivery

Cloud or desktop application.

Target Market

SMBs and enterprises, as well as government, education and healthcare organizations.

Pricing and How to Buy

Base subscriptions and add-ons are available to buy online, with a free 14-day trial available. Other types of licenses require contacting IBM. Student and faculty discounts are available.

  • Base Subscription $99 per user per month
  • Custom Tables & Advance Statistics Users Add-on $79 per user per month
  • Complex Sampling & Testing Users add-on $79 per user per month
  • Forecasting and Decision Trees Users add-on $79 per user per month
  • Base v25 $1,295 per license per year
  • Standard v25 $2,850 per license per year
  • Professional v25 $5,730 per license per year
  • Premium v25 $8,540 per license per year

IBM SPSS Statistics Features Chart

IBM SPSS Statistics
Editions Available Base, Standard, Professional and Premium
Key Features • Data preparation
• Bootstrapping
• Advanced statistics
• Regression
• Custom tables

• Missing values
• Categories
• Complex samples
• Conjoint analysis
• Exact tests
• Forecasting
• Decision tree
• Direct marketing

• Neural networks
Integrations R, Python, Excel
Delivery Cloud or desktop
Target Market SMBs and enterprises, as well as government, education and healthcare organizations
Price $99 per user per month and up

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