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|Course code||0M206||Skill level||Basic|
|Duration||2.0 days||Delivery type||Instructor led
|Course type||Public or Private on-site|
|Public price||See Partner website|
IBM SPSS Data Collection Scripting is one of the ways to create a questionnaire for use with IBM SPSS Data Collection. This course covers how you can create a survey without the use of an authoring tool. By learning the scripting language, you gain the ability to create more complex surveys. This course is designed to provide sufficient information to enable the novice user in using the IBM SPSS Data Collection Scripting language to create a survey, while also providing the intermediate user with additional information on more advanced features, tools, and concepts. Throughout the course you will use IBM SPSS Data Collection Author Professional with the Interview Option to create the surveys. IBM SPSS Data Collection Author Professional with the Interview Option is a full-featured development environment for interview scripting that provides many features and tools to help with the development, testing, and activation of interviews.
Training Paths that reference this course are:
This basic course is for scriptwriters who will be responsible for writing, using, or modifying, SPSS IBM Data Collection surveys. It focuses on the creation of survey interviews and the scripting itself.
There are no prerequisites for this course, although knowledge of the IBM SPSS Data Collection Author Professional product is a bonus as is the knowledge of the concepts of questionnaire design.
If you are not familiar with the concept of object orientated languages, consider taking the self paced VBScript course tutorial associated with this course.
Chapter 1. Introduction to SPSS IBM Data Collection Scripting
Chapter 2. The Script Development Environment
Chapter 3. Accessing Developer Library
Chapter 4. Creating Questions with Typed Responses
Chapter 5. Creating Questions with Categorical Response Options
Chapter 6. Handling Special Responses
Chapter 7. Sorting and Ordering Categorical Responses
Chapter 8. Setting Up for Analysis
Chapter 9. Creating Basic Routing Logic
Chapter 10. Sharing Category Lists Across Questions
Chapter 11. Creating and Using Macros
Chapter 12. Restricting Displayed Responses
Chapter 13. Testing your Questionnaire
Chapter 14. Asking Grid Questions and Repeating Questions
Chapter 15. Inserting Texts into Questions
Chapter 16. Enhancing the Flow of the Survey
Chapter 17. Displaying Multiple Questions on a Page
Chapter 18. Controlling Page and Question Layout
Chapter 19. Working with Participant Records
Chapter 20. Activating Interview Scripts