|Subject:||Re: Sample dataset|
|Date:||Sun, 12 Jul 2009 10:17:43 -0700 (PDT)|
|There are bunches of free to use data sets on the web. The ones on my page |
are public domain, and so are free to use in any way you want.
So for example this one in all public domain data.
PD-Data2 http://gsociology.icaap.org/data/PD-Data2.xls world factbook (migration, infant mortality, gdp per capita, literacy, population, phone lines and per capita), International database (infant mortality), USDA data (food expenditure as percent of total expenditures, percent of food expenditure by type of food).
I'd be very happy if you included this or another of the data sets of all public domain data in your pspp install.
In addition, there are bunches of other data sets from others here
most of these are not public domain but I'm sure most of the people who created these would also be happy to have their data sets included.
Gene Shackman, Ph.D.
The Global Social Change Research Project
Free Resources for Methods in Evaluation and Social Research
--- On Sun, 7/12/09, michel <address@hidden> wrote:
Some of those great databases are free? I'm searching for some to include on PSPP install, and to make an tutorial of PSPPIRE with examples.
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