Advanced Computer Skills (ACS) course (code 25253)

Warning: this course does not exist anymore, only the exam is offered

In charge of the exam: Dr. Paolo Coletti Paolo.Colettiunibz.it Office E203
For Paolo Coletti complete list of office hours: www.paolocoletti.it/timetable

Website: www.paolocoletti.it/advancedcomputer

Exam results

Using your failed exam constructively: this time instead of asking me to send you the list of errors where you are simply a passive listener, which I think is totally useless without a proper knowledge as you will read an abstract list of meaningless observations, I propose the following task which may be much more profitable for you. First you study VBA at a reasonable level and then you go through your exams' papers (I may send the PDF to you) marking yourself all the errors and explaining why they are wrong. I will then correct your correction. This obviously makes sense only if you have in the meantime improved a lot your preparation and are now able to understand your errors.
If you instead are not interested in this task and want to receive the list of errors anyway, just re-ask the list to me specifying that you are not interested in the extra task.

I list here the most frequent severe problems of the exams, which can give you a hint on what to fix in your preparation. If you find one of these errors in your exam, it is a clear indication that you need much more study.

Some suggestions on how to study for this exam.

Small guide written by one of your colleagues who prepared for this exam alone and got a very good grade

Advanced Computer Skills,
an attempted guide.

First of all: Try and forget everything you knew before. It is easier to start from scratch.

Second: Get one book per part (so spss and vba)

Decide with which part you want to begin. Then take the book and begin. Do a little bit every day. One chapter and then stop. Next day, next chapter until you're through (and you understood why you press the buttons you're pressing or write the line you're writing). If you began with spss, now look at the videos. If you began with vba, now have a look at the slides and the exercises. Do all the exercises on the slides yourself. And redo them, there will be a lot of mistakes at the beginning and they will remain for a long time, but do it over and over again. If you do not understand the slides, do not worry! In the exam you will have to do everything step by step (do this function, then that one, then the main procedure). The slides are a bit confusing, because you always think: How on earth am I supposed to know that? You cannot at this stage and in the exam you will be guided, if needed.
So, through will all the stuff?
Start with the exams. Do not get discouraged with all the errors you will make.

And the most important thing: If you did not understand something, ask professor Coletti for help. And do not hesitate to do so. I bet I was so unnerving with all my emails, but in the end they helped me understand.

One thing I will stress again: Start early and do a little bit every day, half an hour or sometimes 20 minutes will be enough. Also, if you do not feel like doing anything on one day, then do nothing and do not feel bad about it.

I never had anything to do with programming and through my work which is completely different from my studies I am not fluent in Excel or anything, but I passed the exam on the first go just doing the steps above. However, what was good for me, might not be good for you. Just think: How did you pass the other exams for which you had to study a lot and keep it in your brain? Follow your own recipe.

Another thing not to forget: Everybody who got this bachelor passed this exam, so you will, too! Stay positive!

So, have fun studying. There is no better feeling than realising that you got something. Indulge!

 

SPSS: many of you are convinced that VBA is the hard part and SPSS is the "bonus exercise". It is not like this, there have been sessions where the majority of the failed exams were due to SPSS! Do not underestimate this part, you must come to the exam having clearly in mind the difference between the three types of measures and knowing exactly what can you do with each type of variable. Moreover, as it is usual for my practical exercises, you should train and train and train and train, once you decide which teast/graph/technique to use you must be familiar with where to click and what the interfaces will ask you. While correcting I see that still many students choose the wrong test or graph: check carefully my videosolutions and stop thinking at why have I chosen something and not something else.

File handling: yes, also this part exists. There is clearly no explicit exercise, but it does not cost you so much dedicating the final five minutes to carefully check everything, in particular files' names. There are still students who insist in working without extensions activated and provide me files with double extensions or students who panick when Windows asks you whether to overwrite or not: yes, you must always overwrite the files that are on the network directory with the new files that you give me, do not creat duplicates marked with (2) unless I explicitely ask you to do it.
At third year, or even after, you must absolutely be able to solve this kind of problems alone, as there were well explained in the previous course. In particular learn to check whether your copy operation is successful looking at the file's saving time and not reopening SPSS files, as reopening an SPSS output is the best way to re-overwrite it with an empty file.

VBA: the most common mistake for this part is instead trying to do as many exercises as possible, relying on a "trial and error until I know all the possible exercises" strategy. It was the strategy I used myself for some exams while I was a student, but unfortunately it turned out to be unsuccessful for some exams. And I think this is one of those.
According to my opinion for this part you should instead study more and do exercises only later:
0) Do not start two or, even worse, one week before the exam. Maybe the intensive study works for other subjects, but programming requires an extensive study. You must start some months before, obviously not intensively, studying something every week.
1) Start from exercises' slides of dott. Somenzi, going very slowly through each one, trying to grasp every concept explained there. If something is not clear, read it again, in case consult one of the suggested books or try to find information on the web or write an email to me. Skipping an important concept, or going ahead without having fully understood it, will decrease your understanding of the next concept.
2) Stop on every suggested exercises and try to do it yourself without looking at the solution. Jumping to the solution is the best way to lose the possibility to train yourself. I know that it is boring to stop every time and more boring to try to do exercises for which you can instead memorize a solution, but memorizing the solution will not help you so much in learning the subject (and in passing the exam).
3) Then read the exercise's solution and compare it with yours. Check whether the differences are simply stylistic differences or whether they change the program's behavior and whether your program is correct anyway or not.
4) Try to modify the suggested solution improving it or making it work anyway changing the code.
5) Every exercise must be completely clear before going on with the next one, otherwise you are complicating your future understanding. I know you are tempted to skip things you do not fully understand hoping they are not important, but in case they your comprehension of the next exercises will quickly drop to zero.
6) Once all the exercises’ slides of dott. Somenzi are done, go through my theory slides (of Dr. Coletti) just to have an overview of the subject’s theory and check whether everything is really well understood. You should at this point be able to do all my example's exercises alone without reading my solution.
7) Only know start looking at exams. Looking at exams before this point is only a loss of training possibilities. Very often I see you asking me advanced questions on details of exams' solutions and, as I start explaining asking you for clarifications, I realize that you have not clear much more basic parts. This is not the way to study how to write programs, you will in this way produce at the exam an illogical sequence of instructions.
- First you must absolutely invest some time to clearly understand what you should do. Do not start write immediately. Try to do some numerical examples with pencil and paper, as if you were the computer doing them. I am not joking, this is the way every programmer starts its job, understanding the problem through examples. It is worthless to start writing code without having in mind the algorithm, you will only write random operations which usually lead nowhere.
- Then figure out how could you solve the problem, which variables would you need and a general overview of the program's activities. If this part is not clear, it is entirely worthless starting to write the programs, an illogical sequence of instructions will be produced.
- Only now do the same that you were doing with exercises: first do it yourself, then check whether it works going through it step by step, read the suggested solution paying special attention to my comments, check and compare with yours and with alternatives, propose other alternatives.
8) At the exam you must follow the steps you were doing when solving the exercises, with some extras:
- There is no need to write two versions of the exam, a draft and a good one. You may use the pencil and I assure you that quality of handwriting nor comprehensibility do not improve. Moreover, you will introduce copy mistake. Use that time in a more creative way, for the tasks below and above.
- Pay attention to variables names. If you, by distraction, start using "temperature" and then go on using "temp" I do not consider this as a mistake. But changing constantly variables' names during the program (start using temp, then for the same concept using x, then a) with variables which suddenly appear, without any value, and are used as right side of an equality or an an array in one line and a variable in the next one, is a clear indication that you are not understanding what is going on.
- You may not invent functions which do not exist (unless you explicitly write also their code on the paper, or at least you write a comment to me admitting that you do not know how to do it and suppose that it exists to go on with the exercise) and you may not use existing functions in a different way that the one specified in the paper you receive. Function "max" does not exist, function "sort" does not exist, functions "LBound" and "UBound" return the first and last index of an array (so they must have an array as argument and return the index, not what else you prefer such as the value in that position).
- You should have clear in mind the difference between Range and array.
- When you have written a version which you believe is doing everything that is required, go through it step by step doing the instructions as if you were the computer. In this way you will discover all the inconsistencies and logical errors.

Some of you have correctly noticed that older VBA parts were easier and shorter. This is not because I am becoming more evil with age, but because the course’s content changed in A.Y. 2011/12, removing Access and dedicating much more lessons' and exercises' time to VBA, as you can check yourself here below in "Differences from A.Y. 2010/11".

Course

ACS course presentation A.Y. 2011/12.
ACS course content A.Y. 2011/12.

Prerequisites

In order to correctly follow this course each student is required previous knowledge on these topics:

Course content (warning: the course is not offered anymore)

Organization (warning: the course is not offered anymore)

Dr. Coletti is in charge of:

The teaching assistant is in charge of:

Books

Exam

Exam is divided into two parts.

The first part consists in VBA exercises. This part's time is 90 minutes, but may vary according to the complexity of exercises. This part is completely on paper and "closed book": the only allowed tool is this sheet with the list of VBA commands and functions, which will be given by us. No other paper or electronic help or tool is allowed. The second part consists in SPSS exercises with a computer. This part's time is 25 minutes, but may vary according to the complexity of exercises. This part is totally open books: you may use any written or electronic document (including books, previous exams with solutions, your personal handwritten or electronic notes and my slides). You may not, however, use any communication program or device.

The exam's grade consists in a weighted-average of these parts:

It is a good idea to practice with previous exams that you find below.

Differences from A.Y. 2010/11

Please, if you followed the course in A.Y. 2010/11 take note of these important differences.

Study resources

Topic
Lessons' slides
Exercises' slides
Support material (available during exam)
Videos as alternative to attendance
Books as alternative to attendance
SPSS
SPSS included in SPSS' lessons Statistical tests for SPSS Videos of SPSS' lessons One of these:
- Discovering Statistics Using SPSS (Chapters 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13.1-4, 16.1-4)
- SPSS Survival Manual (Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 22).
Visual Basic for Applications
VBA slides

programs written in class and homeworks' solutions

VBA extra exercises

1. exercises and solutions
2. exercises and solutions
3. exercises and solutions
4. exercises and solutions
5. exercises and solutions
6. exercises and solutions
7. exercises and solutions
8. exercises and solutions
9. exercises and solutions
10. exercises and solutions
11. exercises and solutions

List of VBA commands and functions

 

One of these:
- Excel VBA Macro Programming (Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
- Excel 2007 VBA Programming for Dummies (Chapters 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 20)
- Excel VBA Programming for Dummies (Chapters 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 21)
- Writing Excel Macros with VBA (Chapters 3.1-4, 4.3-5, 5.1, 5.4-5, 6.1-3, 7.1-3, 8.1-5, 16.2.3, 19.1-2)

 

Files used in class for SPSS Last updated
Excel, fixed, delimited data 22 October 2006
Class questionnaire 20 October 2007

Class answers

2 February 2012
Customers satisfaction questionnaire 22 October 2006
Internet behaviour questionnaire 22 October 2006
Internet behaviour answers

22 October 2006

Sleep questionnaire 22 November 2006
Sleep data file 2 February 2012
Wellbeing questionnaire 22 November 2006
Wellbeing data file 2 February 2012
Staff questionnaire 22 November 2006
Staff data file 2 February 2012

Videos of lessons

Warning: videos are large, be sure to have enough space and enough time available. Do not save them on your UNIBZ disk space or you will make your account go over quota! Right click the mouse button and choose Save Target As... and save them either on a USB pendrive on your personal computer.
Compressed videos (video encoded with H.264, audio with MP3) work fine on UNIBZ computers and on every standard Windows installation. In case they do not work correctly on your computer, download the very large and uncompressed version. If you have a Mac and the video does not open with QuickTime, try to install and use program VLC http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-macosx.html

spss01.avi
(81 MB)
spss01.avi
(uncompressed version 570 MB)
Statistical tests. Questionnaire structure overview: open, closed, multiple closed answers, nominal, ordinal, scale variable, missing values.
spss02.avi
(126 MB)
spss02.avi
(uncompressed version 899 MB)
SPSS program overview: data view and variable view, output window. SPSS variables: types (text, numerical, date), missing data, measures (scale, ordinal, nominal), variable labels, value labels, missing value label, missing values. Exercise: build variables for the whole example’s questionnaire. Missing data: subject’s missing data, system missing data. SPSS cases and variables, output window. Menus overview. Buttons overview. View labels. Importing data from Excel files, delimited text files, fixed text files.
spss03.avi
(107 MB)
spss03.avi
(uncompressed version 683 MB)
Univariate analysis: frequencies, descriptive statistics, contingency tables and one-dimensional chi-square test, Student’s t test for one population, sign (binomial) test. Bivariate analysis techniques: comparing means, Student’s t test for two unpaired populations, analysis of variance, tests’ significance.
spss04.avi
(145 MB)
spss04.avi
(uncompressed version 819 MB)
Difference between paired and not paired data. Pearson and Spearman’s bivariate correlation. Partial and spurious correlations. Student's t test for paired data.
Graphs: bar charts, pie charts, chart editor, element properties, histograms, changing the binning, boxplots, excluding categories, scatterplots, three dimensional bar plots. Exercises with graphs: relation analysis through contingency tables and chi-square (nominal-nominal), through boxplots (nominal-scale), through scatterplots (scale-scale).
spss05.avi
(191 MB)
spss05.avi
(uncompressed version 1050 MB)
Normality assumption and tests: histogram, skewness, kurtosis, Q-Q plot, Kolmogorov-Smirnov test.
Sorting files. Cases splitting, weighting and filtering.
Recode into different variables. Recode into same variable. Converting a scale variable into an ordinal variable through grouping. Compute new variables: functions, usage of MEAN function, boolean expressions.
spss06.avi
(175 MB)
spss06.avi
(uncompressed version 991 MB)
Usage of MISSING function. Count values. Exercises on variable calculation. Date and time operations. Missing values replacement. Weighted indexes, indexes for binary variables. Examples on index building with SPSS.
spss07.avi
(101 MB)
spss07.avi
(uncompressed version 547 MB)
Regression, linear regression, coefficients, R-square, residuals, residual histogram, graph in scatterplot. Non-linear regressions. Logistic regression.
Non parametric tests. Mann-Whitney U, Kruskal-Wallis.

Exam

Do not contact me before the exam's correction for your exam's result!
While I fully understand your concerns about the exam's grade, I cannot accept any contact before your exam is corrected. Therefore, to avoid possible unclear emails arriving to me before the exam and especially between the exam and its correction, any email with the following content will be entirely ignored (also any other content of the email will be ignored):
- telling me how many exams are missing or that you have to graduate or to go to other universities/jobs
- telling me that you are worried about the exam's result
- asking for an appointment, or coming to my office, without motivations not related to the exam
- asking for hints on your grade or to see your exam before it is corrected
- asking me to correct your exam before the others'.
I will have report to the Dean any ambiguous request. According to art. 7 of exams regulations I will give the results to the secretary not later two weeks after the exam, usually much earlier and I will not accept any request of anticipated corrections.

After the exams' results are officialy communicated,
feel free to ask via email your exam's errors (before writing, see above my proposal for a more constructive usage of VBA errors).

Still any emails with one of these topics will not be answered:
- complaining on the grade
- complaining on the course's content
- complaining on the difficulty level of the current exam (on the other hand, suggestions to improve comprehensibility are welcome, but after you have fully studied the subject; in this case come to any of my office hours in the next semester, I prepare the exam one month before so you have plenty of time)
- complaining on the language used in the current exam's text (see above ifyou have any suggestions)
- listing your personal problems or the financial expenses that you will incur in
- offensive content
- aggressive form
Any email with aggressive form or ambiguous requests will be reported to the Dean.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I have Windows 7 instead of Windows 8 in room A518?
A:
Computers in room A518 have a multi-boot installation. When you switch the computer on, it asks you to choose among Windows (which is Windows 8), Linux or Windows 7. If you do not take a choice, after a short time they start with Windows 8. If you find it already switched on without the operating system you like, just restart it. This possibility is available only until Windows 7 remains installed.

Q: Where can I get Windows, Word, Excel, Access, Acrobat, SPSS, IZArc?
A: You can download IzArc from www.izarc.org for free (warning: the version of December 2014 contains a virus! If you really need a compression program right now, download 7-zip from www.7-zip.org). For Windows 7 Enterprise Multilanguage, Windows 8, Office Professional 2010, Office Professional Plus 2013 and SPSS you can download it from http://knowledge.scientificnet.org/software entering with your UNIBZ login and legally install them on your own computer. Adobe Acrobat licence is unfortunately not available, but to produce and protect PDF files you can install alternative free programs such as PDFCreator http://www.pdfforge.org/products/pdfcreator .

Q: How can I have Windows, Office, SPSS in English?
A: For Windows Vista, if you have installed the university version Control Panel -> Click, Language and Region -> Change Display Language. If you instead have your own version, probably you have a single language version and you may not change the language.
For Office, if you have installed the university version, in the Start -> All Programs -> Microsoft Office -> Microsoft Office 2010 Tools -> Microsoft Office 2010 Language Settings. If you instead have your own version, depending on the version you may or may not have this tool.
For SPSS 18 or SPSS 17 you can change the language inside the program Edit -> Options -> General.

Q: May I take the exam before taking the Computer Science exam?
A: You may, but beware: Statistics and Computer Science are prerequisites for this course, so you will have serious problems during the exam if your knowledge in these subjects is not enough. Unfortunately I see many people wrongly believing to have enough knowledges in Computer Science (especially on file handling) and consequently there are several exams with mistakes which could be easily avoided.

Q: I do not find SPSS 23. SPSS does not load when I double click on the file.
A:
SPSS 23 in now installed on UNIBZ computers and therefore during the exam SPSS 23 will be used. I found no difference regarding the content of this course. To use it, click on the Windows Start button and type "SPSS" in the "Search programs and files" textarea. I suggest to load SPSS 23 first and then load, from inside SPSS, the data file.

Q: May I fix an appointment to talk with you?
A: I have office hours explicitely dedicated to this task, which I try to scatter evenly during the semester with a higher frequency before exams. Try to write an email to me and, if I still have some hours left (in some months I might be entirely absent), I will fix it in agreement with you. In any case all the office hours are open to everybody, I do not fix personal appointments. Obviously you may always ask me questions via email (please, state your problem clearly).

Q: When will the next exam be? Can you give me a hint on the exam's date because I have to catch a plane? Can you move the exam's date? Can you fix the exam's date on the week I suggest?
A: Please stop writing me emails on this topic. Following a request from the students (in A.Y. 2009/10) exam's dates are decided by the secretariat with the agreement of students' representatives. Therefore I do not know the exam's date it until it is officially published on the university online calendar and I have no power to move it.

Q: I may not enrol online for technical or administrative reasons or I forgot to enrol or it is my third attempt and I cannot enrol. Can I do the exam anyway?
A: No, I may not let non-enrolled students take part of the exam. Do not ask me to do illegal things! Ask the secretary whether there is something they can do.

Q: May I do the exam with my computer?
A: Yes. But beware: (1) you must be able to navigate the Internet and to enter directory \\ubz01fst\Courses\Course_Coletti. Do not wait for the day before the exam to check it. Alternatively you can receive the files via USB pendrive, carry one with you! A working and clean one! (2) You are responsible for your different programs' versions and configurations and for the absence on your computer of specific programs. (3) If you use another operating system, you are responsible if your files do not open correctly on my Windows 8 (I will do all my best to convert or open them, but if you use non-Windows and non-standard formats it might be impossible for me to open them).

Q: May I do the exam using Windows in a different language?
A: Yes, sure.

Q: Will the exam be "open books"?
A: The written part is "closed book": the only allowed tool is this sheet with the list of VBA commands and functions, which will be given by us. No other paper or electronic help or tool is allowed. Practical part is instead totally open books: you may use any written or electronic document (including books, previous exams with solutions, your personal handwritten or electronic notes and my slides). You may not, however, use any communication program or device.

Q: Will the exam be similar to the previous ones?
A: Sure, but every year I add the new topics and do not ask topics which were removed from the syllabus.

Q: I lost a file during the practical exam because I did not save it correctly. What may you do?
A: Absolutely nothing. With time spent on exercises you should know the unreliability level of your programs, and how often you have to save.

Q: My files were not copied correctly at the end of the practical exam. What may I do?
A: Checking that the copy is correct, and practicing file copy even during the exam, is your task and is official prerequisite for this course.

Previous exams

Q: Why cannot I read SPSS output files .spo? Why are there extra PDF files?
A: SPSS changes version every year. Some output files, expecially those with extension .spo, cannot be opened by the new SPSS versions and new output files cannot be opened by old SPSS versions. Therefore, for every solution I usually either provide the output in the latest format or I provide a pdf file containing the output, in case your SPSS is not able to open the output file correctly. Obviously you do not need to do the same at the exam, unless specifically instructed to produce pdf files.

Q: I cannot produce the same graph/output that you have in your output file.
A: Probably your SPSS version is different from the version that has been used to produce that file. The important thing is that you are able to fulfill all the requests on the exam's text, producing an identical result is not important. For non parametric tests, from SPSS 18 the output is different.

Warning: videos are large, be sure to have enough space and enough time available. Do not save them on your UNIBZ disk space or you will make your account go over quota! Right click the mouse button and choose Save Target As... and save them either on a USB pendrive on your personal computer.
Compressed videos (video encoded with H.264, audio with MP3) work fine on UNIBZ computers and on every standard Windows installation. In case they do not work correctly on your computer, download the very large and uncompressed version. If you have a Mac and the video does not open with QuickTime, try to install and use program VLC http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-macosx.html

Session
Notes
Exam link
Last updated
Solution link
Last updated
Video solution
Video solution uncompressed
winter 2014 - 27
SPSS 20
exam
3 May 2014
suggested solution
3 May 2014
no video solution
autumn 2013 - 26
SPSS 20
exam
10 September 2013
suggested solution
10 September 2013
exam26.avi
(42 MB)

exam26.avi
(uncompressed version 168 MB)

summer 2013 - 25
SPSS 20
exam
1 July 2013
suggested solution
1 July 2013
exam25.avi
(27 MB)

exam25.avi
(uncompressed version 173 MB)

winter 2013 - 24
SPSS 20
exam
2 February 2013
suggested solution
2 February 2013
no video, SPSS instructions are in "step by step solution" inside suggested solution zip file
autumn 2012 - 23
SPSS 18
exam
September 2012
suggested solution
September 2012
exam23.avi
(40 MB)

exam23.avi
(uncompressed version 303 MB)

summer 2012 - 22
SPSS 18
exam
June 2012
suggested solution
June 2012
exam22.avi
(67 MB)

exam22.avi
(uncompressed version 502 MB)

winter 2012 - 21
SPSS 18
exam
January 2012
suggested solution
January 2012
exam21.avi
(51 MB)

exam21.avi
(uncompressed version 279 MB)

summer 2011 - 20
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 18
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
exam20.avi
(37 MB)
exam20.avi
(uncompressed version 206 MB)
spring 2011 - 19
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 18
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
exam19a.avi
(25 MB)

exam19b.avi
(24 MB)
exam19a.avi
(uncompressed version 118 MB)

exam19b.avi
(uncompressed version 105 MB)
winter 2011 - 18
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 18
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
exam18.avi
(25 MB)
exam18.avi
(uncompressed version 140 MB)
winter 2011 - 17
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 18
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
exam17.avi
(37 MB)
exam17.avi
(uncompressed version 229 MB)
autumn 2010 - 16
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 17
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
summer 2010 - 15
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 17
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
winter 2010 - 14
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 17
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
autumn 2009 - 13
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 16
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
summer 2009 - 12
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)
SPSS 16
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011

winter 2009 - 11
(updated for A.Y. 2011/12)

SPSS 16
exam
September 2011
suggested solution
September 2011
autumn 2008 - 10
SPSS 13/16
exam
8 August 2010
suggested solution
3 September 2008
summer 2008 - 09
SPSS 13/16
exam
8 August 2010
suggested solution
11 June 2008
winter 2008 - 08

SPSS 13

exam
8 August 2010
suggested solution
16 February 2009
autumn 2007 - 07

SPSS 13

exam
8 August 2010
suggested solution
27 January 2010
summer 2007 - 06
SPSS 13
exam
8 August 2010
suggested solution
27 January 2010
winter 2007 - 05
SPSS 13
exam
8 August 2010
suggested solution
5 February 2007
prototype A.Y. 2006/07 - 04
SPSS 13
exam
8 August 2010
suggested solution
27 November 2006

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