thanks for telling me that his is already implemented!
Is there a way to enable this in the psppire GUI or is this not yet implemented?
As I could not find the option in the GUI I gave it a try on command
line, though at least under Windows, using the pspp coming withthe
0.7.6-g38ba1e of psppire I am not able to specify the output file using
e.g -o "D:/myoutputfile.html" so I could not check wheter boxplots work
in html export.
--- Ben Pfaff <address@hidden> schrieb am Do, 17.2.2011:
Von: Ben Pfaff <address@hidden>
Betreff: Re: boxplots (at least for HTML export)
An: "Jan Wort" <address@hidden>
Datum: Donnerstag, 17. Februar, 2011 04:04 Uhr
Jan Wort <address@hidden> writes:
> Often I miss the possibility to have boxplots as they can help
> tremendously in getting an impression of the data. So I would
> like to implement this feature at least in the HTML file export
> (and if the result viewer is HTML based, in that too) So to get
> started: how can I edit the HTML-template (or however the HTML
> is generated) that is used for
generation of the content?
Hi Jan. Boxplots are already implemented. You can generate them
with the EXAMINE command, documented (e.g.) here:
I have not tested this specifically, but they should work OK for
HTML export. Please report a bug if they do not.
To answer the question that you asked about an HTML template,
there isn't really much of a template, but you can find what
there is in src/output/html.c inside the PSPP source tree.