SPSS Statistics: Download and Installation for Windows (Faculty/Staff)
This article covers how CSUF faculty and staff can download, install, and activate SPSS Statistics on Windows
If you do not have a previous version of SPSS installed, proceed to Get the Activation Code.
If you have an older version of SPSS on your device you need to remove it before installing the newer version.
This will help avoid potential clashes between multiple versions.
This article covers how to retrieve a Authorized Software Code for SPSS AMOS version 29 for CSUF faculty/staff.
** This is CSUs official SPSS software. The trial download is the FULL VERSION of SPSS Statistics SPSS AMOS once activated with your CSUF Authorized Software Code.
NOTE: These instructions are identical for SPSS Statistics and SPSS AMOS (and can be retrieved at the same time if available or not previously ordered).
- Go to the IBM SPSS Software Page (from the Faculty Staff Software page)
- Click on "Get A Personal IBM SPSS License"
Note: If you don't see "Add to Cart" you may have already received a code, click on "View ordered license".
NOTE: Selections must be made one at a time for processing purposes.
5. After viewing the license agreement, scroll to the bottom of the page, click on the box to agree to the End User license Agreement (EULA) and click on "Place your Order"
- Go to the IBM SPSS Software Page
- Click on "Download IBM SPSS"
Note: The installation file should go to the "downloads" folder by default, unless changed
3. Read over License Information, click on "I accept the terms in the license agreement and Click Next >
Once you see that the code is added, click on Next
- Select the Start Button (Apps will be in alphabetical order)
- Go to the "I" section and you'll find the "IBM SPSS Statistics" folder
- Open the folder to find "IBM SPSS Statistics"
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