SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) is an excellent software to execute statistical tests. Both descriptive and inferential statistics can be generated with a few clicks using this software. It is also a good tool to practice different examples for a given statistical test to gain a wider understanding of the significance of the test.
Numerous resources are available on the web that can get you started in using SPSS. One web resource that I like the most is Laerd Statistics. The website offers step-by-step instructions for running most of the tests with an easy-to-understand example for each test. Some of the features are available on subscription and you can get 1 month, 3 months, or 6 months’ access to all the resources available on the website. Nonetheless, there is enough guidance available even if you don’t have any account with the website.
Below, I am listing some of the resources available free of cost on the website. If I find a better and relevant link even from the other site for the same test, I will include it as well.