Field, A. (Academic). (2012). Editing graphs [Streaming video]. Retrieved from SAGE Research Methods. A video on editing graphs in SPSS but contains good tips for all graphs, no matter the tool being used.
Davis, S., & Davis, E. (2016). Data analysis with SPSS software: data types, graphs, and measurement tendencies. Momentum Press. SPSS is provided free to students, and the book contains good general information. Look over the chapters and work through material that you want to review. Be sure to do any included exercises.
Davis, S., & Davis, E. (2016). Data analysis with SPSS software: Variability, probability, and the normal distribution. Momentum Press. This volume on using SPSS can provide a review of some core concepts on the use of statistics and probability. Use as needed and do any included exercises.
Buckler, S. (Academic). (2015). Quantitative data analysis, part 2 [Streaming video]. Retrieved from SAGE Video. Quantitative data analysis is reviewed in this film, including independent and dependent variables, parametric and non-parametric data, and descriptive and inferential statistics. Watch all segments of video.
Luo, X., Yuan, Y., Zhang, K., Xia, J., Zhou, Z., Chang, L., & Gu, T. (2019). Enhancing statistical charts: toward better data visualization and analysis. Journal of Visualization, 22(4), 819. https://doi-org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1007/s12650-019-00569-2 This paper surveys the enhancement techniques for a compact set of statistical charts and identify the types and usage scenarios.
Churchill, H., & Sanders, T. (2007). What to do with your data. In H. Churchill, & T. Sanders (Eds.), Getting your PhD (pp. 58-69). SAGE Publications, Ltd. doi: 10.4135/9781849209229 A book chapter that discusses how to put a data plan together and what to do if you get stuck in the process.