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Wed, 02 May 2012 11:52:08 -0700
Thanks - I will update PSPP. I did try using frequency
too - and I don't seem to be able to generate a simple
count. Perhaps I'm not using the right function -
obviously I avoided generating a mean for the data, but
the closest thing that made sense was "sum".
Thanks for your help.
On Wed, 2 May 2012 10:33:22 +0000
John Darrington <address@hidden> wrote:
On Tue, May 01, 2012 at 12:29:19PM -0700,
If you need to know: psppire 0.6.2, on joliOS 1.2 (ya -
not really very
experienced with Linux either).
0.6.2 is quite old, so you might want to move to a later
1. The data set is a fairly large survey on a set of
attitudes. I'm not
even trying to do anything fancy like regression. I
just want to count
the responses to a question (i.e. 203 said Chocolate,
402 said Vanilla).
2. the really advanced stuff is when I'd like to find
out: of respondents
who are both A and B, what is their preference of ice
After google and the wiki, I thought I had some things
figured out. In
the variable view the data is now changed to Nominal. I
seem to be
getting the kind of results I'm looking for using the
there is one thing bugging me. I should have a count of
it should be a number, no decimal places (i.e. no half
to the survey). But all my numbers have decimal places,
leading me to
think that I'm really, really not getting this.
If I understand you correctly, it sounds like you should
be using FREQUENCIES
and not CROSSTABS.
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