SPSS Statistics is a statistical analysis software package, including descriptive statistics, bivariate statistics, numerical outcome prediction and identifying group prediction. UQ has access to SPSS Premium Edition for Microsoft Windows, macOS and Linux.

SPSS Premium Edition

SPSS Premium Edition includes the modules:

  • SPSS Statistics Base
  • Advanced Sampling
  • Advanced Statistics
  • AMOS (Windows only)
  • Bootstrapping
  • Categories
  • Conjoint
  • Custom Tables
  • Decision Trees
  • Exact Tests
  • Forecasting Missing Values
  • Power Analysis
  • Regression
  • Structural Equation Modeling

Accessing SPSS Statistics

SPSS Statistics is available on all UQ-owned computers free of charge. You can install the software on UQ computers managed by ITS using the Microsoft Software Centre and Mac Self Service. For other UQ computers, ask your local IT support team or submit an IT request to have it installed.

Home use

  • Staff: if you are paid staff, you can use SPSS Statistics on one privately owned computer at your primary place of residence. Staff home licences are limited in number and must be re-requested annually from UQ Software Licensing.
  • Students: you can’t use SPSS Statistics at home or on a privately owned computer using a UQ licence. You can purchase a SPSS Graduate pack from Hearne Software.

Conditions of use

SPSS Statistics can be used at UQ on UQ-owned computers for teaching and non-commercial academic research.

Non-commercial academic research for the purpose of this licensing agreement means HDR students and faculty members undertaking research where:

  • the results of the research are not intended primarily for the benefit of a third party
  • results are made available to anyone without restriction on use, copying or further distribution
  • any copy of the results is housed for no more than the cost of hosting, reproduction and shipping.

The SPSS Statistics licence at UQ is centrally funded and renewed each year on 31 October.

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