Though most of our stats software package-related posts skew towards Stata, we remain mindful that folks' tastes vary across the most popular packages (e.g., Stata, SPSS, R, SAS). With this in mind, we recently stumbled across a helpful and quite user-friendly SPSS resource. Mounted by SPSS' new owner (IBM), the "Case Studies" tab provides hands-on examples of how to perform various types of statistical analyses and interpret the results. The site walks users through (using quite helpful "screen-shot" slides) a suite of statistical tests found in SPSS' various stats packages. (For one example, factor analysis is explained here.) Worth a look for those using SPSS.