ASSESS: SPSS USERS' GROUP 16th ANNUAL UK MEETING

FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2002, ST WILLIAM'S COLLEGE, YORK, ENGLAND


PROGRAMME [ABSTRACTS]

9. 45 REGISTRATION & COFFEE

10.15 Welcome and introduction to the meeting, by Paul Callow
      (Chair, ASSESS; University of Cambridge)

10.30 Incorporating CRISP-DM in the data matching process, by Ursula
      Becker (NFO Europe, Munich, Germany)
      [ABSTRACT & TEXT]

11.00 Adjusted Survival Graphs in SPSS, by Professor Gilbert MacKenzie
      (University of Keele)
      [ABSTRACT]

11.30-11.40 Coffee Break

11.40 Intelligent OLAP: Getting away from the fixed cube. New
      Developments in data mining, and their impact for SPSS Users,
      by Simon Dunkley (KXEN)
      [ABSTRACT]

12.10 SPSS Company and Product News: Details of SPSS Version 11.5, and
      update on the CHEST licence for UK Higher Education, by SPSS UK Ltd.

12.50-1.50 LUNCH

1.50  Demonstrations of new versions of SPSS products, by SPSS UK
      Ltd.


2.20-3.20  Parallel workshops
      1. 'What is a random factor?'  by Jeremy Miles (University of York)
      [ABSTRACT & TEXT]

      2. 'Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) using SPSS', by Simon Kometa
         (University of Newcastle)
      [ABSTRACT]

3.20  TEA AND SCONES

3.50  Annual General Meeting of ASSESS

4.30 (approx) Informal discussion, product demonstration etc.

5.00 CLOSE