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Re: PSPP Question
Re: PSPP Question
Mon, 21 Apr 2014 15:30:47 +0200
On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 11:09:49AM -0500, Landon Denkler wrote:
Hi! Pleased to meet you.
I am an analyst at Gragg Advertising and a graduate student at the
University of Missouri-Kansas City. All of my work data is in Excel form,
but I want to use PSPP to statistically analyze the results using the
lessons I've garnered from my coursework. However, every time I try to
open an Excel document in PSPP it will only open it in the syntax window
instead of the graphic interface data and variable windows. I don't know
how to use the syntax interface but would really like to use the graphic
interface to analyze this data.
This question is answered in the FAQ. See
Direct import from Excel is not currently possible. You must first convert to
a standard format.
You say that you are migrating to GNU/Linux, so you will probably want to
your existing Excel files either to Gnumeric or to OpenDocument format anyway.
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- PSPP Question, Landon Denkler, 2014/04/18
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