C2090-011 IBM SPSS Statistics Level 1 v2
Number of questions: 55
Time allowed in minutes: 90
Required passing score: 67%
Operations/Running IBM SPSS Statistics (15%)
Reading and Defining Data (16%)
Data Understanding/Descriptives (9%)
Data Management (15%)
Data Transformations (16%)
Counting values across variables
Counting values across cases
Output: Editing and Exploring (7%)
Pivot Tables Editor
Basic Inferential Statistics (22%)
IBM Certified Specialist – SPSS Statistics Level 1 v2
Job Role Description / Target Audience
This certification is for individuals with a working knowledge of IBM SPSS Statistics version 15 or higher, including: analysts, statisticians, and individuals in academia, business, or research who use the IBM SPSS product. The IBM Certified Specialist – SPSS Statistics Level 1 v2 may utilize the IBM SPSS Statistics product for predictive analysis, market research and statistical research.
This certification requires 1 test(s).
Suppose you want to copy and paste variable definitions from 481 variables in one data file to 481 corresponding variables in a second data file.
The only way to do this is to select and copy each variable’s definitions in the first file and paste to the corresponding variable in the second file.
In order to import data from database sources such as Access and Oracle into IBM SPSS Statistics, you must first export the data from the database to a tad file and then import this tad file into IBM SPSS Statistics?
Which variable name is correctly formed for use in an IBM SPSS Statistics data file?
C. Respondents’ age
D. Employee safety
Which transformation feature would you use to convert a string variable with values such as Female and Ma/e to a numeric variable with values I and 2?
A. Define Variable Properties
B. Automatic Recode
C. Visual Binning
D. Shift Values
Which options are available to edit bar charts? (Choose three.)
A. Changing patterns displayed in bars
B. Changing the major increment on the Y axis scale
C. Displaying data value labels
D. Changing the variable displayed on the X axis