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Re: FW: 1st question

From: Renan Levine
Subject: Re: FW: 1st question
Date: Tue, 08 Mar 2011 15:28:20 -0500
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Dear Rob,

Other than histograms and pie charts that are implemented through the frequency command, there are no graphing functions (see the list of commands that PSPP has not implemented here ).

You've got a huge dataset, and I'm not sure what I'd recommend to do for a scatter plot except possibly sampling from your data or break it into several datasets using PSPP since OpenOffice 3x has a maximum number of rows of 65,536 and just over 1,000 columns.


On 08-Mar-11 2:19 PM, Rob Malpass wrote:

Hi all


Hope I'm in the right place to say hello and ask my first question...


I've just started playing with PSPP - I can't tell you how impressed I am.   Just playing with a large dataset (1m rows x 150 columns) I couldn't find a scatter plot function.   In fact I could barely find any chart / graph functions at all.   Have I missed them?


No problem if this functionality hasn't been implemented yet - it's great that PSPP does what it does so far - just wondered if there was some module I needed to install.




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