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Re: version 0.7.5. crash

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: version 0.7.5. crash
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2010 21:52:46 -0700
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Matej Kovacic <address@hidden> writes:

>>>>>     /VARIABLES= F7 agea zenski
>>>>>     /DEPENDENT=     C21
>>> BTW, I tried regression with PSPP and SPSS 13. There are slight
>>> differences in output. And syntax in very different (does not cross run).
>>> SPSS 13 syntax:
>>>   /CRITERIA=PIN(.05) POUT(.10)
>>>   /DEPENDENT C21
>>>   /METHOD=ENTER F7 agea zenski .
>> I can run the SPSS syntax on PSPP, to see why PSPP does not like
>> it.  But I cannot run the PSPP syntax on SPSS, to see why SPSS
>> does not like it.  Can you tell me what SPSS does not like about
>> the PSPP syntax?
> This is what SPSS (13) says:
> ================
> Warnings
> Text: C21
> A variable was not named or implied on the primary variable list.
> This command not executed.
> Misplaced subcommand on REGRESSION command--Only the METHOD subcommand
> can follow a DEPENDENT subcommand. Text found: STATISTICS.
> *WARNING* REGRESSION syntax scan continues. Further diagnostics from
> this command may be misleading - interpret with care.
> ================

Jason, based on my reading of the SPSS syntax manual, it looks
like PSPP isn't following the syntax very well.  Are you planning
to look into that at some point?
Ben Pfaff

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