grasp WINKS software. Its Excel-like data handling, ability to import
and export Excel files, and create Excel graphs is a great plus. Its
advantage over Excel is that WINKS reinforces an understanding of
hypothesis testing, interpretation of results, and provides many more
statistical procedures and more relevant graphs. The WINKS interface is
similar to SPSS, but it costs much less and produces more explanatory
output than most other statistical programs -- very helpful for
Use WINKS for
homework and exercises. The 224 page WINKS
manual is packed with hand-holding examples that provide a quick way for your students to learn
how to use and interpret statistics procedures.
Try WINKS for one course, for one semester, and we know you will be
pleased with the results.
Editions are affordable. Choose from a Basic Edition for only $39
(normally $99) that
includes features found in most introductory methods courses or a
Professional Edition that includes advanced statistical procedures
suitable for graduate or advanced courses for only $99 (normally $229). (Student Editions contain the same features as the standard editions, but at
a fraction of the normal retail cost.)
a review copy of WINKS today
Dr. Wayne Woodward says, "We were using another program
(Minitab), but switched to WINKS because it does the job we need, it's easy to use
and simple to understand."
WINKS is well suited for
instruction. We've included helps that guide you through
selecting an appropriate analysis, easy options for entering and importing data, and you
can perform the analysis you want with just a few clicks from the menu. Plus, WINKS
helps your students by guiding them to the proper analysis and providing
information about what hypotheses are being tested, and offering information
about how results might be interpreted.
WINKS Getting Started Guide is a
handout you can use in your classroom to get your students started using WINKS.
Also, check out the new BeSmartNotes -- laminated 8.5 x 11" 3-hole punched
reference sheets for WINKS SDA. You can purchase them in quantity for about
half-price (or ask your bookstore to have them on hand for students.)