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I am not sure I picked the right category, sorry if I did not. it must be in SPSS
Obtain an output with the following values
Determine the statistics for each gender as follows:

Frequency Counts, Mean, Standard Deviation, Minimum, and Maximum
Graphing and Descriptive Stats in SPSS: Create a bar graph with gender (axis X) and height (axis Y).

Data set:
Men: 74, 71, 75, 62
Female: 62, 68, 61, 71, 68, 80

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The solution shows screen shots of how to produce descriptive statistics and a bar graph by using the SPSS menu system.

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