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Re: PSPP features wishlist

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: PSPP features wishlist
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2011 09:24:05 +0000
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Thanks for the feedback.  It's always good to know how users think PSPP could 
be improved.

Implementing  all those features will take some time, but it gives us an idea 
of where to start.

On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 01:09:26PM +1100, Paul Vella wrote:
     I hope I am directing my email correctly, I found this link from the PSPP 
homepage. I am a data analyst for a marketing research frim in the CBD. I use 
SPSS quite a lot but I run PSPP on my home computer. The PSPP homepage 
suggested that I email the developers to ask for/about features in upcoming 
versions of the software.
     As an analyst, I would like (wishlist) to see the following features in 
     1. Logistic regression
     2. Maximum likelihood extraction method for factor analysis
     3. Stepwise and enter method of linear regression
     4. Oblique rotation for factor analysis
     5. Partial correlations
     6. Ability to calculate Average Variance Extracted for reliability
     7. Hierarchical and k-means clustering
     8. Ability to save files as MS Excel or OOo Calc files
     9. Spearman's correlation
     10. Polynomial regression
     I believe that if PSPP had these features it would be a powerful 
competitor to SPSS.
     Paul Vella
     pspp-dev mailing list

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