IBM SPSS Statistics Alternatives for Android Tablet

    IBM SPSS Statistics is not available for Android Tablet but there is one alternative with similar functionality. The best Android Tablet alternative is Number Analytics, which is free. If that doesn't work for you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to IBM SPSS Statistics, but unfortunately only one is available for Android Tablet. If you can't find an alternative you can try to filter for web or SaaS options.

    This page was last updated Oct 10, 2021

    1. Number Analytics is a web-based statistical software designed for those who are not good at numbers. No coding needed. It automatically applies suitable statistical models and interprets results in plain English with graphs and color-coded tables.
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      Number Analytics vs IBM SPSS Statistics opinions
      Most users think Number Analytics is a great alternative to IBM SPSS Statistics.
      Number Analytics can import various data files including SPSS data files without conversion. It supports Excel, CSV, STATA, SAS data files. Also the statistical output results are compatible with SPSS outputs. Another great features are that it has color coded result tables and graphs with automatic statistical result interpretation so that you don't need to learn how to interpret statistical results.
      Top positive comment  11 months ago

      ghraceguarin It really helps theperson in c,aering data
      Top positive comment  7 months ago

      tokyo Compared to SPSS, Number Analytics is much simpler and easier to use. It would be great for beginners to learn data analysis. I run ANOVA, test, linear regression analysis and the results were the same as those of SPSS. If you are looking for a SPSS alternative software, Number Analytics would be good for you. However, it does not have advanced statistical analysis and options are limited.
      Positive comment 12 days ago

      I compared the linear regression, t-test, ANOVA tests results in IBM SPSS and Number Analytics. The results were consistent and the user interfaces are similar. So it would be easier for first learner in statistics. However, it currently lacks data manipulation and advanced statistical analysis like structural equations.
      Positive comment over 2 years ago

      The outputs for ANOVA, T-test, Regression are compatible with SPSS. It shows the same tables with graphical visualizations. It also comes with automatic interpretation of statistical results. For novice, it would help to understand the basic of statistics.
      Positive comment over 4 years ago

      It has statistical modules like T-test, ANOVA, Regression, Logistic regression, K-Means clustering
      Positive comment over 6 years ago

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