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Hello everyone.

I'm trying to find an application to help me out with a questionnaire i've recently done.

Basically I've got 150 questionnaires filled in with ages, genders, spenditure etc etc and I need an application that can compile all this information. ideally i'd like to be able to see how many women said yes to a certain question etc.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

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James
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If you just want to do some statistical calculations...then you could just use Excel.

But more "professional" statistics products are SPSS and SAS.

Hope this helps,

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I'm used to "R" Software.
The R Project for Statistical Computing
It's a free and relative easy to use statistical software.
In annex it goes a simple tutorial: Producing Simple Graphs with R.pdf

hope it serves you well...
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