|Subject:||Re: 0.6.0-10 PSPP windows - Queries (WinXP)|
|Date:||Fri, 1 Aug 2008 11:08:40 +0100|
Many thanks for the feedback.
> 1) Very long file save time ?
I was using the GUI version - the disk didn't seem to be especially active, nor PSPP using a lot of CPU time (I think). I should mention that the file was saved in the 'portable' format (9Mb/90mins) - I've since saved the 'portable' file in the 'system' format instead (3Mb/2 mins), and the 'system' version also seems to load much more quickly.
Presumably the Command line version is pspp.exe ? - Although C:\Cygwin\usr\local\bin\pspp.exe won't run, an error message says it can't find cygwin1.dll (it's here: C:\Cygwin\bin\cygwin1.dll)
> 2) Copy from Output1 Window ?
I've noticed that, after a frequency computation, a file called C:\Cygwin\psppire.txt is created - which contains the output (but the file disappears immediately after 'quitting !).
Also, when following the frequency computation with a crosstabs computation, the crosstabs computation seems to take a long time, but this is shortened considerably by *deleting* psppire.txt *in between* the two computations - the crosstabs computation having then created its own output file, also called psppire.txt
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