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PSPP Equivalent

From: Gabriel Salas
Subject: PSPP Equivalent
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 15:10:07 -0600


I am a SPSS user, but recently forced to use PSPP (0.7.5-g70514b) running on XP.(Trying to emigrate from Windows to Linux)
I'm trying to do this:

  /FTOTAL= $t000001 "Total"
  /TABLE=P401 + $t000001 BY ( TOTAL + SEX + AGE) > (STATISTICS)
  count( ( F5.0 ) 'Abs')
  cpct( ( PCT5.2 ) '% Rel':TOTAL SEX AGE)
  /TITLE 'TABLE TITLE'.   *(SPSS Coding)

So i get an Output with p401 crossed by Total, Sex and Age, showing Absolute and Relative values (Count and CPCT) per cell (one next to the other), and with column and row totals.

But i can't find the way of doing this with PSPP, i've tried with crosstabs, but, i get 3 or more tables, instead of only one.

How could i do that?

Thanks a lot!

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