Statistical analysis is a process that facilitates the transformation of data into useful information assisting the users in the process of decision making. This procedure is performed to find the answer to questions, test hypotheses, or reject theories. Data analysis entails entering the data collected from the questionnaires, performing data analysis, and presenting them in the form of statistical tables, such as frequency tables.
The SPSS software, which stands for statistical package for social science, is designed to analyze the data. This software is considered to be one of the most powerful tools for the statistical analysis of data in the field of social and behavioral sciences. Moreover, it is one of the most commonly used software for statistical analysis because it is easy to learn, user-friendly, and powerful in performing complex calculations. There are also other statistical software, including SAS, S-Plus, and Minitab.