If you are a paid Subscriber of SPSS Statistics, we encourage you to try the Preview of the future of SPSS today! Remember, this initial preview starts with basic functionality that lets you load SPSS data or import CSV files, change variable metadata, run popular analytic procedures, and work with the results. On the syntax side, most of the commands according to your paid Subscription can be run. All remaining key functionality will continuously be added over time, so you can expect this preview will get better and better every month.

Paid Subscribers can download this Preview today

Follow these steps to download the Preview:

  1. Head to MyIBM Products and Services
  2. Find the “IBM SPSS Statistics Subscription” tile and select “Download”
  3. Scroll down to the “Preview” file that matches your Windows or Mac machine. Click on it to begin downloading.
  4. Install and sign-in with your IBMID if prompted.
Location of the Download links for the new Preview

Note you can use the Preview right along side your current SPSS Statistics Subscription installation, so feel free to use both together. We expect over the next few months as the Preview improves, you will choose it for more and more of your everyday tasks.

Remember to “Give Feedback”. Go to the Welcome screen and select the Give Feedback button to let us know if you experience problems or have any suggestions. And at the end of the survey, you also can let us know if you’d like to work with us closer as we add and refine the Preview.

Access to the Preview is just one benefit of becoming a SPSS Statistics Subscriber. Learn about the other benefits here.

3 comments on"SPSS Statistics Subscribers can try new Preview today"

  1. No Linux version anymore? At our company the data scientists only use Linux, with all the modern data tools. Would love to see a Linux SPSS version again.

    • Hi – I will follow up with you on this over email. My data shows Linux losing popularity in favor of Windows, Mac, and web-based solutions. Would appreciate your input.

  2. Hi. I’m a trainer for SPSS. Our license is limited to 8 trainees. Is there a away to train 25 participants using demo accounts?

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