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John F Hall

Can anyone help Jackie with this?  Thanks in advance.

(Mr) John F Hall

[Retired academic survey researcher]

IBM-SPSS Academic Author 9900074


Email:         johnfhall@...

Website:    Journeys in Survey Research

Course:      Survey Analysis Workshop (SPSS) 

Research:  Subjective Social Indicators (Quality of Life)







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>Hi All,
I’m currently on a research trip to Australia and have just come across the use of Q in some commercial market research organisations. 
Does anyone in the UK use this and if so how does it compare to SPSS? I’m especially interested in whether anyone uses it for teaching. 
Thans and best wishes,
Professor Jackie Carter | Cathie Marsh Institute 
School of Social Sciences | The University of Manchester | Room G28 Humanities Bridgeford Street Building | Manchester M13 9PL | 
( Tel: +44 (0) 161 275 6725 | 0774 7460 963 *Email: [hidden email] |  Twitter: @JackieCarter


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